Chief petty officers (CPO) and CPO selectees helped to preserve a piece of naval history in Hampton Roads, Aug. 20, aboard the battleship USS Wisconsin (BB 64) as part of the CPO 365 Phase II training.
Chief Petty Officers (CPO) and CPO selectees from Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown) and its tenant commands took a step back in history together to learn more about their community and where our nation began.
Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown) Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) department's final All-Military Wilderness Challenge ended with a U.S. Navy Team winning back-to-back titles, Oct. 11.
Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown) took their puppet show on the road, Nov. 20, to schools in Williamsburg, Virginia, and York County to educate children about the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP).
Sailors, Marines and civilians can now get their morning cup of coffee on Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA) at the new coffee shop, Old Ordnance Coffee Company, inside the City Limits All Hands Club, starting January 9.
Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown) kicked off Military Saves, Feb. 6, with a program at Nelson Chapel. Military Saves Week encourages service members and their dependents to build wealth, not debt, and teach them financial responsibility.
Physical fitness and conditioning is an essential part of a Sailor's life, both at sea and ashore, and the men and women of Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown) are no exception. The command comes together weekly to build teamwork and camaraderie by training as one.
Officers and chief petty officers aboard Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (WPNSTA Yorktown) came together for Bystander Intervention training, March 5, to better understand their role as leaders for their Sailors.