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CONGRATS TO LS2 RAMOS ON HER REENLISTMENT!!! She decided to give the US Navy 4 more years. Thank you for your service sh...
07/10/2021

CONGRATS TO LS2 RAMOS ON HER REENLISTMENT!!! She decided to give the US Navy 4 more years. Thank you for your service shipmate.

(Photo courtesy of PSC Feracho, US Navy)

CONGRATS TO LS2 RAMOS ON HER REENLISTMENT!!! She decided to give the US Navy 4 more years. Thank you for your service shipmate.

(Photo courtesy of PSC Feracho, US Navy)

To end the week the right way TEU TWO hosted an event for our TEU TWO staff and families...Enjoy your weekend. Thank you...
07/03/2021

To end the week the right way TEU TWO hosted an event for our TEU TWO staff and families...Enjoy your weekend. Thank you to the TEU TWO CPO Mess and all those who assisted.

05/31/2021

Today, take time to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice!

So, what have we been up to?  Recently we held an observance for Asian Pacific heritage month, led by IS1 Everson...and ...
05/29/2021

So, what have we been up to? Recently we held an observance for Asian Pacific heritage month, led by IS1 Everson...and over the course of the past month we have hailed, farewelled, and awarded Sailors for their good work. Pics are not all inclusive, but if you see your Sailor do not forget to congratulate them.

We said farewell to one of our own yesterday.  You served our Navy, and we know your family will be happy to have you ho...
05/15/2021

We said farewell to one of our own yesterday. You served our Navy, and we know your family will be happy to have you home now. CONGRATS AND BEST OF LUCK ON YOUR NEXT JOURNEY.

(Photo courtesy of LS1 Ramdass)

We said farewell to one of our own yesterday. You served our Navy, and we know your family will be happy to have you home now. CONGRATS AND BEST OF LUCK ON YOUR NEXT JOURNEY.

(Photo courtesy of LS1 Ramdass)

To all our Navy mother's and to those who fill the roles for our mother's out there serving. We appreciate you and thank...
05/09/2021

To all our Navy mother's and to those who fill the roles for our mother's out there serving. We appreciate you and thank you for all your sacrifices. For the mother's who do it all when the daddy's are on the frontlines, we thank and appreciate you. Your hard work, days of feeling like the world is on your shoulders does not go unnoticed. And to all our TEU TWO mother's...Enjoy your day!

To all our Navy mother's and to those who fill the roles for our mother's out there serving. We appreciate you and thank you for all your sacrifices. For the mother's who do it all when the daddy's are on the frontlines, we thank and appreciate you. Your hard work, days of feeling like the world is on your shoulders does not go unnoticed. And to all our TEU TWO mother's...Enjoy your day!

Last week the Dragonslayers conducted SPIE (Special Purpose Insertion/Extraction) and HRST (Helicopter Rope Suspension T...
04/16/2021

Last week the Dragonslayers conducted SPIE (Special Purpose Insertion/Extraction) and HRST (Helicopter Rope Suspension Technique) training with EODTEU TWO!

Slay on!

Virginia Beach, VA. (Mar 31st 2021) Navy Diver 1st Class Andrew Fernandez (middle), assigned to Explosive Ordnance Dispo...
04/02/2021

Virginia Beach, VA. (Mar 31st 2021) Navy Diver 1st Class Andrew Fernandez (middle), assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Unit (EODTEU) 2, poses for a photo with CMC Ted Pickett, EODTEU 2 Command Master Chief (left) and CO Douglas Alley, EODTEU 2 Commanding Officer (right), after being selected EODGRU TWO Shore Sailor of the Year.

Virginia Beach, VA. (Mar 31st 2021) Navy Diver 1st Class Andrew Fernandez (middle), assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Unit (EODTEU) 2, poses for a photo with CMC Ted Pickett, EODTEU 2 Command Master Chief (left) and CO Douglas Alley, EODTEU 2 Commanding Officer (right), after being selected EODGRU TWO Shore Sailor of the Year.

Happy birthday To the Chief Petty Officers!
04/01/2021

Happy birthday To the Chief Petty Officers!

Happy birthday To the Chief Petty Officers!

So what do we do on a nice sunny friday? Command cleanupCOVID will not stop the comraderie here. We got out for some sun...
03/26/2021

So what do we do on a nice sunny friday?
Command cleanup
COVID will not stop the comraderie here. We got out for some sun, an easter egg hunt, and a command clean up! Even had our TEU TWO families come out.

(Photos courtesy of PSC Feracho, US Navy)

First African American Explosive Ordnance Technician.#blackhistorymonth2021  #MasterchiefByrd #EOD
02/07/2021

First African American Explosive Ordnance Technician.
#blackhistorymonth2021 #MasterchiefByrd #EOD

First African American Explosive Ordnance Technician.
#blackhistorymonth2021 #MasterchiefByrd #EOD

Repost from the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy:"February is #BlackHistoryMonth! We pay tribute to those who have...
02/07/2021

Repost from the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy:

"February is #BlackHistoryMonth! We pay tribute to those who have undauntedly and courageously contributed to the defense of our nation. The United States remains forever indebted to its veterans who have demonstrated selfless service and sacrifice in defense of global peace and security."

Repost from the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy:

"February is #BlackHistoryMonth! We pay tribute to those who have undauntedly and courageously contributed to the defense of our nation. The United States remains forever indebted to its veterans who have demonstrated selfless service and sacrifice in defense of global peace and security."

Hey EODTEU TWO families!  The USO is offering free aquarium tickets... but supplies won't last.
01/15/2021

Hey EODTEU TWO families! The USO is offering free aquarium tickets... but supplies won't last.

Hey EODTEU TWO families! The USO is offering free aquarium tickets... but supplies won't last.

2021 Job Opportunities
01/15/2021

2021 Job Opportunities

2021 Job Opportunities

Photos from EOD TEU 2's post
01/08/2021

Photos from EOD TEU 2's post

11/22/2020
MyNavy HR

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1223672704675411&id=150533735322652

You have questions, we have answers: Navy Diver Program

NAVADMIN 278/20 announces the opportunity for conversion to the Navy diver (ND) and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) ratings. The ND and EOD ratings are accepting rating conversion applications from all rates and professional apprentice career track (PACT) Sailors.
Specific community needs for the ND and EOD ratings include Sailors within year groups 2019 and 2020.

If you are interested in becoming part of either community, contact the Bureau of Personnel, Military Enlisted Community Management (BUPERS-32). Enlisted community manager technical advisors (ECM Tech Ads) for ND and EOD (BUPERS-329E and 329D) are accepting rating conversion applications for the ranks of E-1 through E-5. Applications are processed as they are received and can be sent via encrypted e-mail to [email protected].

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3510366365719181&id=345910548831461
11/22/2020

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3510366365719181&id=345910548831461

The right place, the right time, and ready to do the right thing.

While on a run over the Jordan Bridge in Portsmouth earlier this year, Airman Apprentice Melendez-Zlaya and Airman Quiroz saw a man pull his car over, climb out, and walk to the edge of the 145-foot tall bridge. As the USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) Sailors ran closer, they quickly assessed the situation and saw that he was prepared to jump. Melendez-Zlaya immediately began a conversation with the gentleman, drawing him away from the edge. This created a distraction and afforded Quiroz an opportunity to safely grab the man from behind and pull him to safety. He was then able to receive the appropriate level of care and assistance he needed. He is alive today, thanks to these two Sailors.

Their actions on that day demonstrated our Navy’s signature behaviors, their commitment through their actions, and a strong concern for the people around them. They are a shining example of #USNavy core values.

CONGRATS TO TEU TWO'S NEWEST SELECTEES!
11/19/2020

CONGRATS TO TEU TWO'S NEWEST SELECTEES!

11/18/2020
EOD TEU 2's cover photo
11/12/2020

EOD TEU 2's cover photo

Today we take time out to say THANK YOU to those who have served!  To that Sailor, that Marine, that Soldier, that Airma...
11/11/2020

Today we take time out to say THANK YOU to those who have served! To that Sailor, that Marine, that Soldier, that Airman...We stand the watch!

BREAKING: Navy installations in Hampton Roads were authorized today to move to Health Protection Condition Level (HPCON)...
09/23/2020

BREAKING: Navy installations in Hampton Roads were authorized today to move to Health Protection Condition Level (HPCON) Bravo after meeting Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) conditions-based guidance for the changing of HPCON.

The change means military personnel in Hampton Roads will adhere to state and local guidance regarding off-base activities.

Installations in the region had been in HPCON Charlie, a more restrictive level, since March.

Under the new guidance, military personnel can leave their homes for non-essential tasks, but are still expected to exercise sound judgment, maintain strict adherence to established health protection measures and take personal responsibility to ensure the health and safety of themselves and those around them.

The decision to move to HPCON Bravo was made because the health conditions in the area met OSD requirements. Specifically, health statistics showed a downward trajectory of COVID-19 cases and influenza-like illnesses for more than 14 days, local medical facilities demonstrated the capacity to treat all patients without crisis care, and COVID-19 testing programs are in place for at-risk healthcare workers and those exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19.

“Protecting our workforce is our top priority. The conditions in Hampton Roads have improved enough to allow our personnel to move a little more freely throughout the community,” said Rear Adm. Charles Rock, Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. “But our force must remain vigilant. It is imperative that everyone continues to frequently wash their hands and avoid high-risk activities such as going to a bar or attending a large music concert.”

In HPCON Bravo, military personnel are required to follow the guidance of their commanding officers, and any guidance provided by region or installation commanders. If local conditions worsen, HPCON levels can increase.

ICYMI: Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training and Evaluation Unit 2 (EODTEU 2) conducted a change-of-command, welcoming it...
09/23/2020

ICYMI: Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training and Evaluation Unit 2 (EODTEU 2) conducted a change-of-command, welcoming its newest CO, Cmdr. Alley, and bid farewell to Cmdr. Smith.

06/26/2020

The below link is the official U.S. Navy site for information and updates on Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19). Visit frequently to learn about the latest policies, leadership messages and guidance on how to protect yourself, your family and your Shipmates.

https://navylive.dodlive.mil/…/15/u-s-navy-covid-19-updates/

03/25/2020

EODTEU TWO
Ombudsman team; Jen Hadac and Mikhala Majeau. We would like to invite command members and thier families to email us at [email protected] to be included in our distrobution list. Thank you!

Photos from EOD TEU 2's post
12/17/2018

Photos from EOD TEU 2's post

The annual Halloween Festival at Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training and Evaluation Unit 2 was a frightfully good time!...
11/02/2018

The annual Halloween Festival at Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training and Evaluation Unit 2 was a frightfully good time! 🎃👻

To see more photos from the evening, send us a DM for the link.

EOD GROUP 2 FAMILY PICNIC
08/27/2018

EOD GROUP 2 FAMILY PICNIC

EOD GROUP 2 FAMILY PICNIC

Hooyah
01/13/2018

Hooyah

Sailors assigned to Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile Unit (EODMU) 12 conduct a live-fire training exercise in Moyock, N.C. Click the album to see more!

12/31/2017

We wish everyone a safe end to 2017 and bright start to 2018

12/11/2017
America's Navy

#EOD #ARMYNAVY We'll get them next year

Watch LT Eric Kettani learn how to operate an EOD robot, while a servicemember suits up in full bomb gear.

#Navyweek
12/07/2017
U.S. Navy

#Navyweek

From Springfield, Massachusetts to Sacramento, California, to Bossier City, Louisiana, #USNavy will sail into 15 cities across the country in 2018 as part of the #NavyWeek outreach program.

Check the schedule to see if #USNavy is coming to a city near you!

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Does TEU2 still sell soft goods for your morale fund? I used to buy t-shirts when ever I taught at one the courses your facility would host. Your CBRNE P/T shirt was my fav and I wore it out long ago. Is it possible to buy shirts from lobby "store" there at Blasters Cove? Respectfully and Thanks. Bill Buckley