Naval Support Activity South Potomac Story Archive

Navy's Shoreline Project is Largest in Chesapeake Bay Watershed  (29 October 2008)
The Navy has embarked on the largest shoreline stabilization project in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The multi-year effort will not only protect critical military infrastructure but will also improve water quality and establish habitat to support aquatic wildlife.
Commanding Officer Keynotes Independence Day Celebration  (7 July 2009)
Naval Support Activity South Potomac kicked off the 33rd annual Fourth of July celebration in Indian Head, Md. with an account of two heroes from Charles County, Md.
Exercise Tests Military, Civilian Emergency Communications  (10 July 2009)
Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration (CWID) at Naval Support Facility Dahlgren offered an opportunity for state and county agencies to work with Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP) to plan for a mass casualty event.
Historic Power Projection Capability Returns to Navy, Dahlgren  (24 July 2009)
The Navy regained a piece of its historical power projection capability July 20, when a historic gun returned to its original home in Dahlgren, Va.
Chesapeake Bay Restoration Projects Shows Results  (9 August 2009)
The initial phase of an ambitious restoration project at Naval Support Facility (NSF) Indian Head has successfully stabilized an eroding Potomac River shoreline and created a thriving new habitat for fish and other wildlife.
Students Camp at Naval Support Facility Dahlgren  (24 August 2009)
Students from six high schools in Maryland and Virginia enrolled in the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) program spent a week on board Naval Support Facility Dahlgren in August to complete a basic leadership training summer camp.
Energy and Environmental Projects Highlighted to Assistant Secretary of the Navy  (3 July 2011)
Major projects in support of critical infrastructure and environmental protection at Naval Support Facility (NSF) Indian Head were discussed in-depth during a June 27 visit to the installation by the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment.
Morning Side House Residents Welcome Military Speakers  (27 September 2012)
The executive officer for Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP), visited the Morning Side House in Waldorf, Md., Sept. 11 to talk about his career in the military.
Dahlgren School Students Study Local Ecosystem  (27 September 2012)
Students from the Dahlgren School got a look at the local ecosystem when they visited the Dahlgren Marina Sept. 19.
Naval Base Hosts Deer Hunt for Wounded Warriors  (7 November 2012)
Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP) and the Wounded Warrior Project hosted a deer hunt Oct. 27 at Naval Support Facility Indian Head's Stump Neck Annex.
Navy Wife Makes Rising Star Finals  (27 November 2012)
A Navy wife has qualified as a finalist in this year's U.S. Army Entertainment-sponsored Operation Rising Star singing competition.
EOD Techs, First Responders Test Skills  (14 June 2013)
Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians recently conducted a two-part diving exercise at Naval Support Facility Indian Head's Stump Neck Annex that tested their evidence collection and medical response skills.
Navy Firefighters Teach Sea Cadets the Ropes  (26 June 2013)
The Pentagon Division of the Naval Sea Cadets Corps and Navy League Cadets Corps recently enjoyed demonstrations and interactive activities with Navy firefighters June 8 at Naval Support Facility (NSF) Dahlgren during a summer drill weekend.
Construction Project to Demolish Navy's Last Coal-Fired Power Plant and Build Energy-Efficient System  (9 July 2013)
A ground-breaking ceremony July 9 celebrated the start of construction for a $62 million project that will both decrease energy costs for military commands on Naval Support Facility (NSF) Indian Head, Md., and demolish the last remaining coal-fired power plant operated by the Navy.
'Targeted Savings,' Not Sequester, Needed to Support Military Priorities, Says Senator Kaine  (29 August 2013)
Virginia Senator Tim Kaine got a first-hand look at Naval Support Facility Dahlgren, Va., during an Aug. 27 visit to the installation, where he met with Navy leaders and toured commands located on the base.

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