Naval Weapons Station

With its historic pier overlooking the majestic Pacific Ocean and quaint Main Street, Old Town Seal Beach has long been the perfect setting for Southern California’s most scenic and beloved Classic Car Show. After more than a year of Pandemic shutdowns, the event can’t come soon enough for many locals, …continue reading

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Local residents may see an increase in law enforcement activities in and around the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station from January 26-February 12 as base personnel take part in a series of nationwide security exercises. The exercises, collectively called Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain 2021, will be conducted simultaneously on Navy bases …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for January 26 through February 01 included Buena Park crosswalks, Garden Grove re-roofing, and a new fee at Ralphs. Top Ten Stories for January 26 through February 01 were the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Buena Park …continue reading

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Local residents may see an increase in law enforcement activities in and around the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station from February 3-14 as base personnel take part in a nationwide security exercise. The exercise, called Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain 2020, will be conducted simultaneously on all navy bases throughout the continental …continue reading

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A very appreciative group gathered to honor the Sailors of the Year from the Naval Weapons Station, Seal Beach. It was the regular meeting of the Grampaw Pettibone Squadron at the Elks Lodge in Garden Grove. They recognized the outstanding sailors with Certificates of Appreciation and other gifts including beautiful …continue reading

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On Thursday, Jan. 9, Captain Jason J. Sherman, commanding officer of Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach, will speak at the Grampaw Pettibone Squadron luncheon on the topic of “Mission, Operations, and Status of the Weapons Station.” The luncheon is open to the public, but reservations must be made. Cost is …continue reading

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It was a very important day on Thursday, December 12, when the Grampaw Pettibone Squadron had the Sailors of the Quarter from the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station as their guests. Certificates of Appreciation and other gifts were presented to this outstanding group. Sailors of the Quarter from the Naval …continue reading

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Community members will have an opportunity to help improve habitat at the Seal Beach National Wildlife Refuge inside the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station during an event on Saturday, October 12. Volunteers will plant up to 1,300 California native flowers, shrubs and trees along an upland habitat area near the …continue reading

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The U.S. Navy has prepared a Final Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach Ammunition Pier and Turning Basin project. The Final EA includes the Navy’s evaluation of the potential environmental impacts of constructing a replacement ammunition pier, associated waterfront facilities, causeway, truck turnaround, and a …continue reading