Naval Base Kitsap

Naval Base Kitsap changes command at Friday ceremony

Capt. Richard G. Rhinehart relieves Capt. Edward “Allan” Schrader as NBK’s commanding officer

 

Anti-nuke demonstration at NBK results in 11 citations

60 people protest on the roadway just before the main gate

 

Naval Base Kitsap active shooter announcement a false alarm

BREMERTON — During regular systems check on Wednesday at Naval Base Kitsap an active shooter announcement was inadvertently triggered, a Navy spokesman said. An active… Continue reading

 

Package found at PSNS does not contain explosives; contents still unknown

Kitsap Transit, Washington State Ferries service is resuming.

Kilmer-supported House defense authorization bill passes

The measure easily passes, 351-66, and now goes to conference in the Senate.

Families rejoice as USS Nimitz returns

BREMERTON — Standing alongside her new in-laws and supported by her good friend, Holly Carlson has a look of contained excitement with a backdrop of… Continue reading

Stennis drills at PSNS set for Aug. 21-25.

BREMERTON — Another in a series of early morning flight deck drills has been scheduled for Aug. 21-25 at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Naval… Continue reading

Defense secretary will visit Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor

BANGOR – U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will visit Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, possibly today, his department reported Aug. 7. Mattis will receive a briefing from… Continue reading

Early morning Navy drills rile some, reassure others

By BOB SMITH Kitsap News Group BREMERTON — The U.S. Navy drills that occasionally take place at Naval Base Kitsap and the Puget Sound Naval… Continue reading

Protestors outside courthouse call for elimination of Trident missiles

PORT ORCHARD — About two dozen protesters stood outside the doors of the Kitsap County Administration Building and Courthouse to demonstrate their opposition to what… Continue reading

Naval Base Kitsap here to stay

PORT ORCHARD — “Our missions, the importance of what we do (means) we’re going to be here for decades,” Naval Base Kitsap Commanding Officer Edward… Continue reading