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The museum plans to offer tours of the WWII-era plane on the weekends this summer and needs docents.
Two Oak Harbor High School seniors with the goals of a military career received major scholarships to college. James Hart earned a $130,000 Army Reserve… Continue reading
Cmdr. Kerry “Beagle” Hicks was relieved by Cmdr. Marcus “Oompa” Kephart as the commanding officer of Electronic Attack Squadron 132. The change of command ceremony… Continue reading
Joel Atienza’s advice to Space Force hopefuls? “Remember, ‘The sky is not the limit.’”
Capt. Robert Miles had a lasting impact on his NJROTC students at Oak Harbor High School.
Coupeville woman writes book about local WWI soldier who gained Col. George S. Patton’s admiration.
A WWI memorial in front of the Island County courthouse honors eight men who died in service.
The “Gauntlets” of VAQ-136 hung a large sign to mark the Growler squadron’s 50th anniversary.
A World War II from Freeland reflects on memories from his time in service.
The Golden Swordsmen of Patrol Squadron Four Seven, based at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, have reached the halfway point of their deployment. The Golden… Continue reading
U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit One from San Diego and Unit Five from Guam arrived in Naval Air Station Whidbey Island to conduct… Continue reading
Roy Derrick was not alone when he was laid to rest on Tuesday, July 21. The retired U.S. Navy senior chief ocean systems maintenance technician… Continue reading
The Navy stood up its newest tenant command, Tactical Operations Control Squadron, or TOCRON 10 for short, at Naval Air Station Whidbey. Dubbed Kraken, the… Continue reading
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs today announced that VA hospitals outperform or match neighboring non-VA hospitals in surgical quality and overall patient safety satisfaction. The… Continue reading
The “Zappers” of Electronic Attack Squadron 130 held a change of command ceremony July 3 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island. Cmdr. Jack “Farva” Curtis… Continue reading
Civil Air Patrol members from around Washington state and beyond arrived at Camp Casey for the Cascade Falcon XXIV summer encampment. It’s the fourth year… Continue reading
‘The guy we can count on’
‘A Soldier’s Journal, Last Supper to No Goodbye’ chronicles combat’s invisible wounds