Read why the Marine Corps aircraft went to WHIDBEY.
Captain Mary Ellen Durley relieved our Council friend, Captain Greg Tlapa, as Healy Commanding Officer on June 19. Read the DETAILS.
Artist's rendering of the new Coast Guard Polar Security Cutter. Image courtesy of the contractor, VT Halter Marine, and Technologies Associates, Inc. (TAI). Read more about the HOMEPORTING DECISION.
The submarine will be de-fueled before decommissioning. It's been in service for 35 years.
Read about the strategy in this article from Stars and Stripes.
Captain Diana Wolfson took command June 12th. Here's the FULL STORY.
Read more about the exercise and its purpose HERE.
Here's what the National Security Advisor had to say in his address at the 2019 U.S. Coast Guard Academy COMMENCEMENT.
Boeing, a Council Sponsor, plans to complete sensor and fuel-tank upgrades to the Growler Fleet by 2025. The Navy plans to add 36 of the aircraft to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Read more about the upgrades in this USNI ARTICLE.
Read about the major design elements of the new ship in this U.S. Naval Institute ARTICLE.
The Lake Washington & Everett Council of the Navy League of US espouses to NLUS's four goals:
Educate national leaders and the nation * Support the men and women of the sea services
Provide assistance to sea service families * Support youth programs
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