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NS Everett Navy Base in Everett, WA

 

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Thank you Everett AquaSox for hosting Military Appreciation Night, we had a blast!

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Happy 4th! Naval Station Everett's Commanding Officer Capt. Mike Davis and the Navy color guard celebrated with Everett yesterday. Thanks to base firefighters Eric Keizer and Justin Rowe of Navy Region Northwest Station 29 who brought their fire engine and made some friends.

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Naval Station Everett's new commanding officer, Capt. Mike Davis, was piped aboard on Friday. During the change of command ceremony, Capt. Davis relieved former commanding officer Capt. Mark Lakamp according to the Navy tradition.

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Navy Spouses: Join other spouses and Navy family service program leaders for a discussion during an online forum about the best ways Fleet and Family Support Program can meet the needs of today's military families. To register for one of the sessions, visit: http://learning.zeiders.refineddata.com/enrol/index.php?id=7403.

For those who have not taken the 2018 Navy Spouse Survey and would like to share their feedback, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H55L7NQ.

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Happy Pride Month!

Today through June 6, we commemorate the victory at the #BattleofMidway, fought on the high seas of the Pacific Ocean in 1942. The Battle of Midway altered the course of #WorldWarII in the Pacific and thereby shaped the outcome of world events. To achieve victory, our cryptologic ancestors demonstrated that they were willing to be both persistent and creative when confronted with a challenge. #NavalAviation also proved to be a viable and necessary capability to win wars. And the Navy proved itself to be both adaptive and cutting-edge in how we use Sailors’ technical skills and apply them to the challenges facing our nation and the U.S. Navy.

More than battles and bullets, our Sailors’ toughness, initiative, accountability, and integrity made us victorious. Inspired by the same attributes as “The Greatest Generation,” today’s Sailors and civilians carry on a two-century tradition of warfighting excellence and stand ready to meet today’s mission.

Explore Naval History & Heritage Command's website to learn more about the Battle of Midway and view historic images from World War II.

Washington State Governor Inslee visited USS Ralph Johnson yesterday, talking to sailors who recently moved to Everett. The newly commissioned ship was welcomed at the pier in April and the crew is fitting in well at home in the Pacific Northwest.

The U.S. Navy's most valuable resource is its people, which is why Navy leadership wants to hear from Navy employees. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management is administering the 2018 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey now until June 11, and the survey is available to direct appropriated-funded Navy employees.

Eligible employees will receive a personalized link in an email from OPM to complete the survey. Navy employees at Naval Station Everett are encouraged to take the anonymous survey and share their thoughts on critical areas of their work-life, employee satisfaction, commitment and retention in the workplace.

The survey also serves as a tool for employees to share their perceptions in many areas including their work experiences, their agency and leadership. The results provide leaders insight into areas where improvements have been made as well as areas where improvements are needed.

To learn more about the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, visit https://www.opm.gov/fevs/about/.

U.S. Navy Spouses: Fleet and Family Support Programs belong to our #NavyFamilies. This is your opportunity to make the programs fit your needs. Share your thoughts about these programs by clicking on the survey link. Survey ends July 31.

#21stCenturySpouse #NavyInstallations #NavyFFSP #MilitarySpouses #SupportingtheFamily #NWNavy

Navy Spouses: Join other spouses and Navy family service program leaders for a discussion during an online forum about the best ways Fleet and Family Support Program can meet the needs of today's military families. To register for one of the sessions, visit: http://learning.zeiders.refineddata.com/enrol/index.php?id=7403.

For those who have not taken the 2018 Navy Spouse Survey and would like to share their feedback, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H55L7NQ.

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