Sea Service News

  • 06 Jul 2022 15:07 | Anonymous

    Read the release and see the photos HERE.

  • 30 Jun 2022 12:53 | Anonymous

    Steadfast travelled more than 11,000 miles during a 55-day counter narcotics deployment to the EASTERN PACIFIC.

  • 12 Jun 2022 13:13 | Anonymous

    Master Chief Petty Officer Scott Slade took command of Coast Guard Station Coos Bay, relieving Chief Warrant Officer Beth Slade.  The two are HUSBAND AND WIFE

  • 08 Jun 2022 19:53 | Anonymous

    VAQ-137 is currently deployed to EUROPE.

  • 27 May 2022 13:27 | Anonymous

    The USCG Marine Force Protection Unit provides protection for the Navy's ballistic missile SUBMARINES.

  • 24 May 2022 13:43 | Anonymous

    The area will be home to the new Columbia Class ballistic missile SUBMARINES.

  • 24 May 2022 13:27 | Anonymous

    The official investigation found a number of errors were committed by the Bremerton-based boat's LEADERSHIP.

  • 21 Apr 2022 10:50 | Anonymous

    FOR RELEASE April 21, 2022

    Naval Station Everett updating Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan

    Naval Station Everett is updating an Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan (INRMP), laying out a five-year strategy that helps guide Navy operations in geographic areas of responsibility from Everett to Arlington. The plan includes major environmental projects that support restoration, invasive plant control, marine mammal monitoring, fish and marine mammal studies, and forestry management.

    The updated INRMP incorporates data from Navy-funded studies and projects with partners. The Navy is committed to good environmental stewardship and continued cooperation with state and federal agencies, regulators, and local tribes to ensure environmental compliance and protection. Engagement is key to effective planning for the base’s continued support of homeported Navy ships and Coast Guard vessels, as well as planning for potential support to future ships the Navy assigns to Everett.

    Navy environmental programs help protect natural and cultural resources, while enabling our military to train and perform national security missions.

    Learn more about Naval Station Everett’s many environmental projects at the following links:

    Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NavalStationEverett/

    Navy Homeport Northwest https://homeportnorthwest.wordpress.com/category/naval-station-everett/

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  • 08 Apr 2022 17:33 | Anonymous

    EVERETT, Wash. – Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS McCampbell (DDG 85) arrived in its new homeport of Naval Station Everett, Washington April 8. 

    Prior to relocating, the ship underwent an extensive Depot Modernization Period in Portland, Oregon that spanned over 18 months. The modernization included improvements to the hull, mechanical systems, electrical technology, wireless communications, and weapon upgrades. This routine maintenance ensures the ship can continue to be mission capable throughout its expected service life.

    Before entering the shipyard, USS McCampbell was forward deployed in Yokosuka, Japan.

    The ship will continue conducting modernization pier side in Everett to complete the work.

    USS McCampbell is led by Commanding Officer, Cmdr. Steven Zielechowski.

    “We are excited to return to a fleet concentration area and have the close by support from Naval Station Everett. We are looking forward to training alongside our new neighbors and eager to work hard back out at sea,” Zielechowski said. 

    The ship’s arrival brings the total number of U.S. Navy ships homeported in Everett to seven including: USS Momsen (DDG 92), USS Gridley (DDG 101), USS Sampson (DDG 102), USS Kidd (DDG 100), USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53), and USS John S McCain (DDG 56).

    For more information about USS McCampbell, visit the ship Facebook page at https://m.facebook.com/people/USS-McCampbell-DDG-85/100064789178064/.


  • 08 Apr 2022 13:50 | Anonymous

    The heavy icebreaker entered drydock at Vallejo, California, for some badly needed UPGRADES.

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