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Naval Air Station Whidbey Island

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WELCOME TO NAVAL AIR STATION WHIDBEY ISLAND

Current winter weather information

Winter Weather Update – Friday, December 2, 2022, as of 9:30 a.m. PST

Weather conditions in the coming days may include some snow and freezing conditions in the local area. Base officials are encouraging increased caution regarding slick conditions, particularly on overpasses and bridges.

For the status of base services, follow us on Facebook.

Any emergency notifications will be released via AtHoc (please include your cell phone to receive texts).

We will update the base information phone line (360-257-1080) and web page with major changes.

You can also obtain important travel information from the Washington State Department of Transportation road conditions map: https://wsdot.com/Travel/Real-time/Map/

Go to this website for more information on power outages in Washington State: https://pse.com/outagemap
For Winter Weather preparations go to: https://doh.wa.gov/.../severe-weather-and.../cold-weather
 
REMEMBER! Prepare in order to be self-sufficient and safe during periods when bad winter weather hits.

 

INSTALLATION INFORMATION

NAS Whidbey Island is the premier naval aviation installation in the Pacific Northwest and home of all Navy tactical electronic attack squadrons flying the EA-18G Growler. Adding to the depth and capability of the air station are eight Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance squadrons flying the P-3 Orion, P-8 Poseidon and EP-3E Aries.

Unmanned Arial Systems reporting:

The use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or “Drones” are prohibited on Naval Air Station Whidbey Island Property.  NAS Whidbey Island is requesting your assistance in reporting any UAS device seen on any NASWI property. Please immediately call (360) 257-3122/3127 to report any UAS “Drone” activity on our installations. Taking photographs of the UAS can also be helpful if you are safely able to do so. Your assistance in identifying these devices is crucial to the safety and security of NAS Whidbey Island personnel, guests, and property. 

Comments, including noise complaints can be directed to NAS Whidbey Island's new comment line at (360) 257-6665, or via e-mail: NASWI_Noise_Comments@us.navy.mil. For a directory of commonly used numbers, click here.

For media inquiries, call (360) 257-2286 or email whdb_naswi_pao@navy.mil.

Static displays and flyover information can be found here.

All other questions can be directed to the NAS Whidbey Island Quarterdeck at (360) 257-2631.

News from around NAS Whidbey Island

PHOTOS FROM AROUND NAS Whidbey Island

Aviation Boatswain�s Mate (Fuel) 3rd Class Killian Harriman, assigned to Naval Air Station (NAS) Whidbey Island Operations Air Terminal, guides a Boeing C-40 Clipper aircraft for departure on Ault Field.
A P-8 Poseidon and an EA-18G Growler fly in formation.
A service member, assigned to Detachment Northwest, Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit 11, teaches a child how to navigate an unmanned ground vehicle during a National Night Out at Windjammer Park in Oak Harbor, Washington Aug. 3, 2021. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign designed to enhance the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement. National Night Out was introduced in August of 1984 through an already established network of law enforcement agencies, neighborhood watch groups, civic groups, state and regional crime prevention associations, and volunteers across the nation.
Lt. Cmdr. Mark Ramirez exits an EA-18G Growler following his first flight assigned to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 144 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Oak Harbor, Washington October 4, 2021. Electronic attack squadrons operate from aircraft carriers and fixed land bases to tactically exploit, suppress, degrade and deceive enemy electromagnetic defensive and offensive systems, including communications and pro-forma signals in support of amphibious assaults, air strikes and fleet operations.
An MH-60 Seahawk helicopter assigned to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island's (NASWI) Search and Rescue (SAR) unit takes off from a training area near NASWI. The SAR team provides assistance to military and civilians throughout the Pacific Northwest.
EA-18G Growlers based at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Paul Seeber/Released)
A sailor assigned to the “Gauntlets” of Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 136 greets his family after returning to Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington, Feb 14, following an eight-month deployment to U.S. 3rd and 7th Fleet areas of operations as part of the Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group.

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