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Naval Station Everett Security Exercises Feb. 20, Feb. 27, March 5, and March 6

Naval Station Everett will be conducting security training exercises on the following days: Feb. 20, Feb. 27, March 5, and March 6. Each exercise will take place between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Changes to Pierside Plaza Recreation Hours and Food Trucks

Effective February 4, we will be shutting down food services out of Pierside and relocating our Food Truck service from the Fleet NEX parking lot (Lot E) to parking spaces adjacent to Pierside Plaza on the South Wharf.

Plan your New Years Resolution with the Fitness Incentive Program

Get rewarded for working out! Throughout 2019, choose your favorite ways to work out, log your time at the gym front desk, and start earning points!

USS Shoup Returns from Deployment

Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Shoup (DDG 86) returned to its homeport of Naval Station Everett, Washington, November 21, 2018.

They’ve Earned It: Members of the Navy Reserve Represent Team Navy at the DOD Warrior Games

Chief Hospital Corpsman Tommy Chase and Senior Chief Hospital Corpsman Joe Paterniti were two competitors on Team Navy at the 2018 DoD Warrior Games and the only two Reservists on the team of 40.

Department of Defense Warrior Games, 2018

The Department of Defense held its 2018 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs, May 31 – June 10. Participating athletes included ill and injured service members and veterans. All four NRNW athletes contributed to a total of 41 gold medals, 32 silver medals, and 28 bronze medals, placing Team Navy in an overall 2nd place.

Fishing, Family & Fun at Jim Creek’s Annual Derby

Jim Creek Navy Community Recreation Area never ceases to amaze crowds of eager patrons. June 9, 2018 was no exception at their annual Kids’ Fishing Derby from 8 am-5 pm at Twin Lakes, and their FREE Family Fun Day event from noon-4 pm at the Recreation Building and surrounding grounds.

Everyone is Climbing Their Own Mountain

At 0400 Monday, on May 7th, my alarm rang, but it didn’t matter because I was already awake as anxiety coursed throughout my already dehydrated body. I was shivering as a result of the cold air and ripe nerves (although I could not tell which one was worse) as I donned my hiking gear, cold weather boots, and choked down a bowl of oatmeal to climb Mt.St. Helens with our MWR group.

Become a Mystery Shopper

Yes, it's true! You can get reimbursed to do the things you already love to do. For more information on becoming an MWR Mystery Shopper, please contact: or call (360) 315-5114.

Naval Station Everett Celebrates Earth Day

Naval Station Everett (NSE) Sailors and Department of the Navy civilian employees took part in various events supporting environmental protection, in the spirit of Earth Day, April 18 and 19.

Navy Took Home the Cup at the 3rd Annual Army vs. Navy Ice Hockey Game

Naval Station Everett’s MWR Department hosted its 3rd Annual NRNW Army vs. Navy Ice Hockey Game on March 3, 2018 from 1:30-4:30 pm at the Angel of the Winds Arena in downtown Everett. The game drew in 1,300+ fans – Almost double the amount of fans as previous years. The game ended with a Navy win, 7 to 5, taking home the coveted champion cup.

Naval Radio Station Jim Creek Provides Unique Military Power & Capability

When Naval Radio Station Jim Creek was dedicated in 1953, it was recognized as the most powerful radio station in the world. Its advanced technology and broadcast strength were displayed in magazine publications such as Popular Science and Popular Mechanics. Today it is still among only a handful of radio stations capable of providing more than one million watts of power, allowing the U.S. Navy to communicate with ships, submarines and aircraft anywhere around the world.

Be Aware of ID Requirements at Jim Creek and on Naval Station Everett

Security at Jim Creek and on Naval Station Everett requires that 2 forms of ID are presented for sponsored patrons who do not have an enhanced WA Driver's License.

Jim Creek Old Growth Forest Protects Ancient Legacy

"This project is a shining example of the DOD's concern for our nation's natural ecosystems," said Thomas Dildine, Environmental Program Director at Naval Station Everett.