Coastal Riverine Group TWO

Coastal Riverine Group TWO CRF operates afloat and ashore to conduct maritime security operations, protection of critical maritime infrastructure, and Theater Security Operations.

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THE FOLLOWING IS A LINK TO THE CRS-4 HARBOR FEST PHOTOS:https://www.dvidshub.net/image/5536202/crs-4-participates-harbor...
07/03/2019
CRS-4 Participates in Harbor Fest, Norfolk, Va.

THE FOLLOWING IS A LINK TO THE CRS-4 HARBOR FEST PHOTOS:

https://www.dvidshub.net/image/5536202/crs-4-participates-harbor-fest-norfolk-va

NORFOLK, Va. (June 9, 2019) – Information Technician 2nd Class James Jimmerson from Mobile, Alabama, assigned to Coastal Riverine Squadron (CRS) 4, stands with a child wearing a tactical helmet as his mother takes a photo. The Coastal Riverine Force conducts missions in support of port and harbor ...

Thank you for all your hardwork and dedication!
05/01/2019

Thank you for all your hardwork and dedication!

Please join us in saying congratulations!!
05/01/2019

Please join us in saying congratulations!!

CRG-2's Change of Command
04/15/2019

CRG-2's Change of Command

126 years and counting! Happy birthday navy chiefs!
04/01/2019

126 years and counting! Happy birthday navy chiefs!

Please join me in saying congratulation to CRG-2's Recent Awardees!
03/21/2019

Please join me in saying congratulation to CRG-2's Recent Awardees!

congratulations!
03/21/2019

congratulations!

2018 was a great year, but ending the year with your shipmates is even better!
01/28/2019

2018 was a great year, but ending the year with your shipmates is even better!

2018 was a great year, but ending the year with your shipmates is even better!

11/22/2018

One hundred and fifty five years ago, in the midst of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed the national day of Thanksgiving. Though it was a time of hardship, Thanksgiving was a day for Americans to express gratitude for the many blessings they enjoyed, including the sacrifices of those serving in uniform and their families. Every year since, Americans have come together during this season to reflect and to give thanks. Each year at Thanksgiving we should take time from our busy work and personal schedules to remember the many blessings we enjoy. With recent tragic events experienced around the globe, it is more important than ever to take stock in the positive and celebrate the good in our world. Hope this season is filled with lots of happiness and joy, wealth, and prosperity. May your home be filled with love on this wonderful occasion. Happy Thanksgiving CRG-2!

Congratulations to our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place chili cook-off winners!
11/14/2018

Congratulations to our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place chili cook-off winners!

Please join us in congratulating our recent awardees!!
11/06/2018

Please join us in congratulating our recent awardees!!

HOOYAH PRT!
10/19/2018

HOOYAH PRT!

CRG-2 Multicultural heritage committe and upcoming Junior Enlisted Association Hosted a Clean up the Zoo COMREL
10/09/2018

CRG-2 Multicultural heritage committe and upcoming Junior Enlisted Association Hosted a Clean up the Zoo COMREL

Congratulations to YN3 on his Reenlistment
10/02/2018

Congratulations to YN3 on his Reenlistment

Congratulations to our newest Coastal Riverine Group TWO Chief Petty Officers!!
09/28/2018

Congratulations to our newest Coastal Riverine Group TWO Chief Petty Officers!!

Please join us in congratulating LS2 on her Reenlistment!
09/24/2018

Please join us in congratulating LS2 on her Reenlistment!

Please join us in congratulating LT Cross on his promotion!
09/06/2018

Please join us in congratulating LT Cross on his promotion!

Please join us in congratulating our recent awardees!
08/17/2018

Please join us in congratulating our recent awardees!

05/01/2018
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

The Mk VI Patrol Boat offers Navy SWOs two new and exciting opportunities for small-unit leadership on a cutting-edge platform in the Navy's Coastal Riverine Force. Junior SWOs on track to successfully complete their second division officer tours can now compete to screen for command-at-sea billets serving in the Mark VI Patrol Boat.

Additionally, department heads requesting to screen for command early can now be slated to serve as Mark VI company commanders, commanding three of the boats.

Check out some highlights of Coastal Riverine Group 1's Guam detachment to really get a sense of what it's like to serve as part of a Mk VI Patrol Boat crew. The detachment is capable of conducting maritime security operations across the full spectrum of naval, joint and combined operations. Further, the detachment provides additional capabilities of port security, embarked security, and theater security cooperation around the U.S. 7th Fleet area of operations.

SWOs can contact the second tour department head and early command SWO detailer at Navy Personnel Command to learn more about these new command positions

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command
04/19/2018
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

Top Five image on www.navy.mil! Way to go Coastal Riverine Squadron 4!

Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Michael DeCesare, assigned to Coastal Riverine Squadron (CRS) 4, fires an M2 machine gun aboard a Mark VI patrol boat during a crew-served weapons qualification in the Philippine Sea. CRS-4 is assigned to Coastal Riverine Group 1, and is capable of conducting maritime security operations across the full spectrum of naval, joint and combined operations. U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Cory Asato (Released) 180412-N-OO032-0106

Please join us in congratulating our most recent awardees!
04/19/2018

Please join us in congratulating our most recent awardees!

CRS-4 Conducts Crew-Served Weapons Qualification Aboard Mark VI Patrol Boats
04/19/2018
CRS-4 Conducts Crew-Served Weapons Qualification Aboard Mark VI Patrol Boats

CRS-4 Conducts Crew-Served Weapons Qualification Aboard Mark VI Patrol Boats

Shell casings from an M2 machine gun litter the deck aboard a Mark VI patrol boat during a crew-served weapons qualification for Sailors assigned to Coastal Riverine Squadron (CRS) 4, Det. Guam, April 12, 2018. CRS-4, Det. Guam, assigned to Costal Riverine Group 1, Det. Guam, is capable of conductin...

*** New Mark VI Patrol Boat Command Opportunities! *** Last year, U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Officers (SWOs) learned of t...
02/23/2018
New Mark VI Patrol Boat Command Opportunities: Q&A

*** New Mark VI Patrol Boat Command Opportunities! *** Last year, U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Officers (SWOs) learned of two new and exciting opportunities in the Coastal Riverine Force. Junior SWOs on track to successfully complete their second division officer tours were notified of the opportunity to screen for command-at-sea billets serving in one of the Navy’s newest platforms, the Mark VI Patrol Boat. Following in the footsteps of the PT boats of World War II and the Riverines in Vietnam, SWOs now have a cutting edge platform and new opportunities for small unit leadership. Additionally, department heads requesting to screen for early command were notified of an opportunity to be slated to serve as a Mark VI Company Commander, commanding three MK VI boat crews. Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) Public Affairs Officer, CDR Cate Cook, recently sat down with CAPT Stan Chien, Commander, Coastal Riverine Group ONE, and LCDR Tim Yuhas, the second tour department head and early command SWO detailer at Navy Personnel Command, to learn more about this opportunity in the Coastal Riverine Force.

ast year, U.S. Navy Surface Warfare Officers (SWOs) learned of two new and exciting opportunities in the Coastal Riverine Force. Junior SWOs on track to successfully complete their second division officer tours were notified of the opportunity to screen for command-at-sea billets serving in one of t...

U.S. Navy
01/20/2018
U.S. Navy

U.S. Navy

In order to support prudent planning, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has issued guidance to its military and civilian leadership on how to proceed if the federal government should shut down at midnight tonight.

Please join us in congratulating our most recent awardees!
01/18/2018

Please join us in congratulating our most recent awardees!

U.S. Fleet Forces Command
01/12/2018

U.S. Fleet Forces Command

Mark Kosnik, the director of #USFF Fleet Capabilities and #ForceDevelopment (N8/N9), visits Navy Expeditionary Combat Command for explosive ordnance disposal and coastal riverine demonstrations aboard Joint Expeditionary Base–Little Creek in Virginia.

Coastal Riverine Group TWO's cover photo
12/24/2017

Coastal Riverine Group TWO's cover photo

Please join us in congratulating our most recent awardees!
12/15/2017

Please join us in congratulating our most recent awardees!

Coastal Riverine Group TWO's cover photo
12/07/2017

Coastal Riverine Group TWO's cover photo

Coastal Riverine Group TWO's cover photo
11/23/2017

Coastal Riverine Group TWO's cover photo

U.S. Navy
11/20/2017
U.S. Navy

U.S. Navy

Are you looking for some Monday motivation?
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CRG 2 Holds Change of Command Ceremony
11/16/2017
CRG 2 Holds Change of Command Ceremony

CRG 2 Holds Change of Command Ceremony

171103-N-XJ788-211 VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (Nov. 3, 2017) Capt. Ty Britt, middle, incoming commander, Coastal Riverine Group TWO (CRG 2), is piped ashore during CRG 2's change of command ceremony at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story (JEBLC-FS), Nov. 3. CRG 2 is headquartered at JEBLC-FS a...

COASTAL RIVERINE GROUP TWO Change of Command 2017.
11/16/2017

COASTAL RIVERINE GROUP TWO Change of Command 2017.

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command
11/02/2017
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

Electronics Technician 2nd Class Kaymen Sneed, left, and U.S. Navy Information System Technician 2nd Class Christopher Paprocki, assigned to NECC's Coastal Riverine Squadron (CRS) 2, man .50-caliber machine guns aboard a MK VI patrol boat while providing high value asset protection for the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) as it transits to Apra Harbor, Guam

Please join us in congratulating our awardees!
10/26/2017

Please join us in congratulating our awardees!

10/13/2017
U.S. Navy

U.S. Navy

Let's get this #242NavyBday started with a look at how we're America's seapower to protect and promote! 🇺🇸⚓🎂🎈

CRG-2 personnel hold a cake-cutting ceremony to celebrate the 242nd US Navy Birthday! Hooyah!
10/13/2017

CRG-2 personnel hold a cake-cutting ceremony to celebrate the 242nd US Navy Birthday! Hooyah!

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command
09/28/2017

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command

Maj. Gen. David Coffman, director of Expeditionary Warfare, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations to the opportunity to visit Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) to see equipment and capabilities of it various communities.

Please join our command in congratulating HM1 Hurley on his reenlistment. Hooyah!
09/26/2017

Please join our command in congratulating HM1 Hurley on his reenlistment. Hooyah!

Join us in congratulating our newest awardees!
09/21/2017

Join us in congratulating our newest awardees!

Expeditionary Express August
08/31/2017
Expeditionary Express August

Expeditionary Express August

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