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Captain Paul Haebler, Commanding Officer, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown), was honored to perform the ceremonial coin toss, Nov. 22, at the College of William and Mary football game verses the University of Richmond at Zable Stadium. The Tribe of William and Mary honored veterans, past and present, at their Military Appreciation Night. Captain Haebler used a WPNSTA Yorktown Challenge Coin for the coin toss. (Photo by Mark O. Piggott)  141122-N-PK884-003

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Captain Paul Haebler, Commanding Officer, Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown), was honored to perform the ceremonial coin toss, Nov. 22, at the College of William and Mary football game verses the University of Richmond at Zable Stadium. The Tribe of William and Mary honored veterans, past and present, at their Military Appreciation Night. Captain Haebler used a WPNSTA Yorktown Challenge Coin for the coin toss. (Photo by Mark O. Piggott) 141122-N-PK884-003

Reverend David Spratley and Lt. Cmdr. Sam Bethune unveil the new sign to rededicate the Rising Sun Baptist Church Cemetery, Nov. 22, aboard Naval Weapons Station Yorktown. Through research performed by the base and the church, it was discovered that the church and cemetery was located on the installation prior to the Navy's acquisition of the land in 1918. The Rising Sun Baptist Church is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. (Photo by Mark O. Piggott)  141122-N-PK884-001

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Reverend David Spratley and Lt. Cmdr. Sam Bethune unveil the new sign to rededicate the Rising Sun Baptist Church Cemetery, Nov. 22, aboard Naval Weapons Station Yorktown. Through research performed by the base and the church, it was discovered that the church and cemetery was located on the installation prior to the Navy's acquisition of the land in 1918. The Rising Sun Baptist Church is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year. (Photo by Mark O. Piggott) 141122-N-PK884-001

A firefighter from Naval Weapons Station Yorktown Fire Department responds to a simulated helicopter crash and fire at the installation during a regional training team exercise. The drill was conducted as a joint training opportunity for the installation with York County emergency responders.  U.S. Navy photo by Mark Piggott (Released)  141023-N-PK884-003

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A firefighter from Naval Weapons Station Yorktown Fire Department responds to a simulated helicopter crash and fire at the installation during a regional training team exercise. The drill was conducted as a joint training opportunity for the installation with York County emergency responders. U.S. Navy photo by Mark Piggott (Released) 141023-N-PK884-003

Sailors and civilian employees at Scudder Hall Galley at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown received their sixth 5-Star accreditation from Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. The award recognizes installation galleys for their customer service, food preparation and overall presentation at the galley during the past year.  U.S. Navy photo by Mark Piggott (Released)  141002-N-PK884-001

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Sailors and civilian employees at Scudder Hall Galley at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown received their sixth 5-Star accreditation from Navy Region Mid-Atlantic. The award recognizes installation galleys for their customer service, food preparation and overall presentation at the galley during the past year. U.S. Navy photo by Mark Piggott (Released) 141002-N-PK884-001

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