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    Naval Station Newport Galley Wins Coveted Namesake...

    04.07.2023 | Story by Bruce Katz
    Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro announced the winners of the annual Ney Awards Apr. 5, 2023 recognizing undersea, surface warfare, naval aviation and shore-based galleys for excellence in food service. Naval Station Newport's Ney Hall Galley won the Commander, Navy Installations Command East Coast General Mess category.

    CYP students post messages and welcome...

    12.28.2021 | Story by Bruce Katz
    Children from NAVSTA Newport CYP created door decorations with holiday messages as a way to welcome back residents of the unaccompanied housing quarters from annual leave and special liberty. This project was a collaboration between UH staff and CYP staff to lift the spirits of residents.

    USS Constellation Anchor Removed From Naval Station...

    11.16.2021 | Story by Bruce Katz
    The 11,000-pound U.S.S. Constellation anchor was removed from its display area alongside the Naval War College Museum today in order to transport the artifact to Mystic, CT for restoration. The Constellation was homeported here from 1894 to 1946, serving as a training vessel at the installation. Today, the ship is a museum in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The project is estimated to take several months to complete. The Constellation was the last...

    NAVFAC Skilled Trade Apprenticeship Builds Solid...

    12.09.2019 | Story by Kalen Arreola
    NEWPORT — If you asked the young apprentices working at Navy if they thought they would ever be getting paid to work full time—while getting a degree free of charge—they would probably laugh. The recent high school graduates working aboard the installation in the Navy Facilities Command say they found out about the program through teachers, friends and advisors, but admitted they were shocked that an opportunity like this exists.

    USS Arizona artifact arrives in Rhode Island

    12.17.2018 | Story by Kalen Arreola
    Naval Station Newport personnel had the honor of joining leadership from the World War II (WWII) Foundation, WWII veterans, veteran service organizations and U.S. Senator Jack Reed this morning to accept and transfer a piece of Naval History – a 220-lb. metal piece of the USS Arizona – from Warwick to Wakefield, R.I.