Naval Air Station Oceana

Naval Air Station Oceana NAS Oceana is the U.S. Navy's East Coast Master Jet Base User Agreement:
Welcome to the Naval Air Station Oceana Facebook Fan page sponsored by the NAS Oceana.

This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion on the Naval Air Station Oceana. Please visit our official homepage at www.cnic.navy.mil/oceana. This is a family friendly site, so please keep your comments clean. In addition to keeping it family friendly, we ask that you follow our posting guidelines here. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed:

This page is intended to provide updated information and discussion on the Naval Air Station Oceana. Please visit our official homepage at www.cnic.navy.mil/oceana. This is a family friendly site, so please keep your comments clean. In addition to keeping it family friendly, we ask that you follow our posting guidelines here. Comments and posts that do not follow these guidelines will be removed:

Operating as usual

Happy Friday from the flight line at NAS Oceana! ✈️
10/22/2021

Happy Friday from the flight line at NAS Oceana! ✈️

Happy Friday from the flight line at NAS Oceana! ✈️

#flynavy #NASOceana  VFA-213 Blacklions
10/21/2021

#flynavy #NASOceana VFA-213 Blacklions

#flynavy #NASOceana VFA-213 Blacklions

A big thank you to all the Sailors who got out this morning and volunteered their own time to keep our base looking beau...
10/21/2021

A big thank you to all the Sailors who got out this morning and volunteered their own time to keep our base looking beautiful!

Sailors assigned to NAS Oceana Dam Neck Annex participated in a base clean up on DNA to clear walking paths around the base.

10/21/2021

ATTENTION ❗ 🏘️

If you are a resident of Navy privatized housing, you will receive notification from your local Housing Service Center regarding the inspections in your area.

Navy Installations Command Facilitates Third-Party Inspection for Privatized Housing ⤵️ https://go.usa.gov/xMu4b

Markus Gray and all of our Project SEARCH interns are doing amazing things here at NAS Oceana, every day. We are thrille...
10/21/2021
Project SEARCH at NAS Oceana makes difference in the lives of young adults with developmental disabilities

Markus Gray and all of our Project SEARCH interns are doing amazing things here at NAS Oceana, every day. We are thrilled to be the Navy's first installation to host this innovative program, which connects high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities to internships and on-the-job training.

A groundbreaking program at Naval Air Station Oceana is making a difference in the lives of young adults with developmental disabilities. It’s called Project SEARCH.

10/20/2021

#BREAKING: Naval installations in #HamptonRoads were ordered to move to Health Protection Condition (HPCON) Level Bravo + today following a sustained downward trend in #coronavirus cases in the local community.

The change means that occupancy levels in work spaces onboard installations must be less than 40% of their normal capacity, compared with a capacity of less than 25% in HPCON Charlie.

In HPCON Bravo +, social gatherings for unvaccinated personnel are also no longer limited to 10 people. Unvaccinated personnel can also leave their homes for non-essential activities in HPCON Bravo +.

Other restrictions will remain in place. Access to installations by visitors may still be limited and indoor common areas and large venues may still be closed. Gyms may also operate at diminished occupancy.

All service members, civilians, contractors and visitors also must continue wearing masks while indoors on all military installations regardless of vaccination status.

Read the press release below for more information.

Congratulations to Emily Ware on being named NAS Oceana Youth Center Employee of the Quarter!Thank you for all that you ...
10/20/2021

Congratulations to Emily Ware on being named NAS Oceana Youth Center Employee of the Quarter!

Thank you for all that you do to support our mission here at NAS Oceana by caring for our service member's families!

Congratulations to Emily Ware on being named NAS Oceana Youth Center Employee of the Quarter!

Thank you for all that you do to support our mission here at NAS Oceana by caring for our service member's families!

NAS Oceana Dam Neck Annex Galley hosted their quarterly Menu Review Board, where service members are encouraged to come ...
10/20/2021

NAS Oceana Dam Neck Annex Galley hosted their quarterly Menu Review Board, where service members are encouraged to come and provide feedback to galley staff about their personal experiences at the galley.

These boards are held as a way to better enhance the galley services provided to the hundreds of Sailors and Marines that eat at the galley daily, by addressing any issues, concerns, or questions they have.

Congratulations to RS1 Mary Ann Lumabascarroll on her decision to reenlist and stay Navy!RS1 was reenlisted by her daugh...
10/20/2021

Congratulations to RS1 Mary Ann Lumabascarroll on her decision to reenlist and stay Navy!

RS1 was reenlisted by her daughter, 2nd Lt. Sherianne Carroll at Red Wing Park.

Timeline Photos
10/19/2021

Timeline Photos

Your partner should never make you feel unsafe. All relationships exist on a spectrum from healthy to abusive, with unhealthy relationships somewhere in the middle. If you recognize any of the warning signs, it may be an indication that your relationship is abusive. Find help and resources on Military OneSource: https://go.usa.gov/xMMhN #NationalDomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth

Photos from U.S. Navy's post
10/18/2021

Photos from U.S. Navy's post

Naval Air Station Oceana CDC staff participated in creative workshops as part of their training to provide themselves wi...
10/18/2021

Naval Air Station Oceana CDC staff participated in creative workshops as part of their training to provide themselves with opportunities to focus on and learn the value of self-care.

The ideas and lessons learned during these training will benefit both the staff and the children at the NAS Oceana CDC!

Happy Friday! Our Preschoolers at Dam Neck's Child Development Center had fun carving pumpkins today 🎃
10/15/2021

Happy Friday! Our Preschoolers at Dam Neck's Child Development Center had fun carving pumpkins today 🎃

In honor of the Navy’s 246th birthday, NAS Oceana’s youngest Sailor, Master at Arms Seaman Javonte Morris, left, and NAS...
10/13/2021

In honor of the Navy’s 246th birthday, NAS Oceana’s youngest Sailor, Master at Arms Seaman Javonte Morris, left, and NASO Commanding Officer Capt. Bob Holmes cut a birthday cake at the NASO galley. 🎂⚓️🎈

In honor of the Navy’s 246th birthday, NAS Oceana’s youngest Sailor, Master at Arms Seaman Javonte Morris, left, and NASO Commanding Officer Capt. Bob Holmes cut a birthday cake at the NASO galley. 🎂⚓️🎈

10/13/2021

Today we celebrate the U.S. Navy’s 246th birthday! ⚓️🎂🎉

NAS Oceana's Project SEARCH interns are doing amazing things every day. We are thrilled to be the Navy's first installat...
10/12/2021
Naval Station Oceana program eases path from school to work for youth with disabilities

NAS Oceana's Project SEARCH interns are doing amazing things every day. We are thrilled to be the Navy's first installation to host the innovative program, which connects high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities to internships and on-the-job training.

Project Search internship program for youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities is ground-breaking for NAS Oceana, and for the military as a whole.

Naval Air Station Oceana: Committed to Conservation
10/11/2021
Naval Air Station Oceana: Committed to Conservation

Naval Air Station Oceana: Committed to Conservation

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – Navy conservation personnel and volunteers gathered on the beach at Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana/Dam Neck Annex on Sept. 9 to perform the little-known but tremendously

Fair winds and following seas, Brittany! Brittany Sadler has been with the NAS Oceana Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society s...
10/07/2021

Fair winds and following seas, Brittany! Brittany Sadler has been with the NAS Oceana Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society since March of last year. She and her team have assisted over 1,000 Sailors and Marines with over $800,000 of interest free loans and grants. Brittany’s personal pursuit of excellence sets the standard for those who come after her. NAS Oceana wishes you the best of luck in your future endeavors. You will be missed!

Fair winds and following seas, Brittany! Brittany Sadler has been with the NAS Oceana Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society since March of last year. She and her team have assisted over 1,000 Sailors and Marines with over $800,000 of interest free loans and grants. Brittany’s personal pursuit of excellence sets the standard for those who come after her. NAS Oceana wishes you the best of luck in your future endeavors. You will be missed!

In support of Fire Prevention Week, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Fire & Emergency services visited the NAS Oceana CDC to tea...
10/07/2021

In support of Fire Prevention Week, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Fire & Emergency services visited the NAS Oceana CDC to teach kids about fire safety!
👨‍🚒🔥 🚒

How to Survive the Holidays Financially Make the most of the holiday season – learn how to reduce the financial stress o...
10/06/2021

How to Survive the Holidays Financially
Make the most of the holiday season – learn how to reduce the financial stress of the holidays. This 90 minute workshop helps participants financially meet holiday spending demands without the pain of added debt.
Upcoming Class date October 18, 2021 0900 – 1100. Reserve your seat by calling 757-433-2912.

How to Survive the Holidays Financially
Make the most of the holiday season – learn how to reduce the financial stress of the holidays. This 90 minute workshop helps participants financially meet holiday spending demands without the pain of added debt.
Upcoming Class date October 18, 2021 0900 – 1100. Reserve your seat by calling 757-433-2912.

Congratulations to NAS Oceana's newly meritoriously advanced Sailors! Bravo Zulu shipmates!-RS1 Rashad Simpson-MA2 Colin...
10/06/2021

Congratulations to NAS Oceana's newly meritoriously advanced Sailors! Bravo Zulu shipmates!

-RS1 Rashad Simpson
-MA2 Colin McSwain
-MA2 Stephen Todd
-MC2 Michael Botts
-OSSN Kayla Gonzalez

For Fire Prevention Week, NAS Oceana Commanding Officer Capt. Bob Holmes signed a proclamation with Navy Region Mid-Atla...
10/05/2021

For Fire Prevention Week, NAS Oceana Commanding Officer Capt. Bob Holmes signed a proclamation with Navy Region Mid-Atlantic Fire & Emergency Services to promote fire safety education. Today, the Fire Safety Education Unit trailer was parked at the NAS Oceana NEX, where NRMA FES members demonstrated how to fight a simulated kitchen fire.

Bravo Zulu to NAS Oceana’s chief selectees! ⚓️🎉
10/05/2021

Bravo Zulu to NAS Oceana’s chief selectees! ⚓️🎉

Bravo Zulu to NAS Oceana’s chief selectees! ⚓️🎉

The first week of October is Fire Prevention Week. This year's theme is "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety." Visit firepre...
10/04/2021

The first week of October is Fire Prevention Week.

This year's theme is "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety."

Visit firepreventionweek.org to learn more!🔥🔥🔥

The first week of October is Fire Prevention Week.

This year's theme is "Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety."

Visit firepreventionweek.org to learn more!🔥🔥🔥

In 1981, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) created a Day of Unity, designed to increase awareness...
10/01/2021

In 1981, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) created a Day of Unity, designed to increase awareness of domestic violence. The movement to expand awareness grew, and in 1987 became a month-long observance. In 1989, Congress formally declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Through prevention, Navy leaders can promote family resilience and sailor mission readiness. Therefore, knowing how to prevent abuse and respond to reports of abuse is crucial to mission readiness.

Domestic violence affects people of all races, ages, religions, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, and social economic status.

If you or someone you know is victim of domestic violence, you can contact Military OneSource at 1-800-342-9647.

You may also contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.

In 1981, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) created a Day of Unity, designed to increase awareness of domestic violence. The movement to expand awareness grew, and in 1987 became a month-long observance. In 1989, Congress formally declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Through prevention, Navy leaders can promote family resilience and sailor mission readiness. Therefore, knowing how to prevent abuse and respond to reports of abuse is crucial to mission readiness.

Domestic violence affects people of all races, ages, religions, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, and social economic status.

If you or someone you know is victim of domestic violence, you can contact Military OneSource at 1-800-342-9647.

You may also contact the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.

10/01/2021
Photos from U.S. Fleet Forces Command's post
10/01/2021

Photos from U.S. Fleet Forces Command's post

Congratulations to NAS Oceana’s Sailors and civilians of the quarter! 👏🏻 🎉
09/30/2021

Congratulations to NAS Oceana’s Sailors and civilians of the quarter! 👏🏻 🎉

09/29/2021

Commander Everett Alvarez, Jr. was the first American aviator shot down and detained during the Vietnam war. He was one of the longest-held prisoners of war in North Vietnam, spending more than eight years in captivity.

Commander Alvarez was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and cited as follows: "For heroism and extraordinary achievement in aerial flight. By his skill, courage, and devotion to duty, (he) upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service."

#HispanicHeritage #HispanicHeritageMonth #POW #USNavy #Hero

09/26/2021

Gold Star families are a vital part of our military community and history. Join us in remembering the children, spouses, and parents whose loved ones died in service to our nation. We salute and honor them.

More on #GoldStar Family Day here: https://go.usa.gov/xMBrp

Photos from U.S. Fleet Forces Command's post
09/23/2021

Photos from U.S. Fleet Forces Command's post

Address

1750 Tomcat Blvd
Virginia Beach, VA
23460

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Naval Air Station Oceana posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Naval Air Station Oceana:

Videos

Category

Nearby government services


Other Military Bases in Virginia Beach

Show All