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NASP Public Affairs Jul 22
NAS Pensacola Fleet and Family Support Center celebrated the 40 year anniversary of the establishment of FFSCs with a birthday party and open house July 19 at the organization’s headquarters onboard NAS Pensacola
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NASP Public Affairs Jul 18
Did you know that Robert Sinise was a photographer’s mate (PH) in the Navy and went through the U.S Naval School of Photography onboard Naval Air Station Pensacola? Robert’s son, Gary Sinise, would later play the role of “Lt. Dan” in the movie Forrest Gump.
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NASP Public Affairs Jul 16
More than 150 high school students from Atlanta and other parts of the country visited NAS Pensacola July 16 through the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals' (OBAP) annual Project Aerospace Dream Flight
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NASP Public Affairs Jul 4
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NASP Public Affairs Jul 3
This week's "On the Radar" features ACAN Shayden Knorr from West Valley City, Utah.
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NASP Public Affairs Jul 2
Please be safe with fireworks and remember, fireworks are prohibited on Navy installations.
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 18
Did you know that prior to being known as “The Cradle of Naval Aviation,” NAS Pensacola was the site of a Navy Yard? Construction of a Navy Yard on Pensacola Bay began in 1826.
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 12
Below are some great tips for hurricane preparedness.
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 11
Did you know that Building 1500, the Headquarters for Naval Air Station Pensacola, has a 34-foot submarine periscope that extends above the roof? From 1950 to 1998, Building 1500 was also known as the U.S....
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 10
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 7
that several of the streets in the housing subdivisions on NAS Pensacola are named after radiomen/gunners from Torpedo Squadron 8, who fought in the Battle of Midway. None of the squadron’s 15 planes returned from the battle and the sole survivor was Ens. George Gay.
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 7
Did you know that several of the streets in the housing subdivisions on Naval Air Station Pensacola and Corry Station are named after radiomen/gunners from Torpedo Squadron Eight (VT-8), who fought in the Battle...
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 6
Congratulations to ACCS Matthew Cuppernoll and AOCS Jacob Moody who were both frocked yesterday to the rank of senior chief petty officer. Frocking is a time honored Navy tradition where Sailors are afforded the...
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 6
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 4
Service members, veterans and their families gathered for a Battle of Midway Memorial Commemoration held at the National Naval Aviation Museum onboard NAS Pensacola June 4. Six months after the attack on Pearl...
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 3
Captain Timothy Kinsella, commanding officer, Naval Air Station Pensacola, greets Vice Adm. Raquel Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency, today. Vice Adm. Bono visited NAS Pensacola to discuss medical support the DHA will provide will provide leadership onboard the base.
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 3
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 3
Capt. Timothy Kinsella, commanding officer of Naval Air Station Pensacola, was the guest speaker at a Correctional Workers’ Week Ceremony today at Federal Prison Camp Pensacola. The minimum security prison camp...
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NASP Public Affairs Jun 2
Hurricane season officially started yesterday. Click on the link below for hurricane preparedness tips.
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