What’s that popping noise? It’s likely from naval exercises

What’s that popping noise? It’s likely from naval exercises

Security Forces training will use blank ammunition this afternoon at NBK-Bremerton

PORT ORCHARD — Wednesday will be another day of strange noises eminating from across Sinclair Inlet. That’s because Naval Base Kitsap-Naval Security Forces teams will be conducting another training session late this afternoon.

The naval security teams will be using blank ammunition on Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton during their training exercises, scheduled to take place between 5 and 6 p.m.

If you have questions or want to make comments about the noise, NBK Public Affairs encourages you to contact them at pao.nbk.cnrnw@navy.mil.

Naval Base Kitsap, which is the largest naval organization in the Navy’s Northwest region, routinely conducts similar tests throughout the year.

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