Naval Support Activity Bethesda Story Archive

Women's History Month: NSAB Sailor Tackles Her Goals  (1 April 2016)
Navy Master-at-Arms 1st Class Colleen Dibble knows about being the only female in the room as she works in a male-dominated field and is part of the 15 percent of women who are active-duty U.S. military.
NSA Bethesda, Tenant Leaders Proclaim April Sexual Assault Awareness, Prevention Month  (7 April 2016)
Leadership from various commands aboard Naval Support Activity Bethesda (NSAB) joined together April 5 in Bldg. 17 to sign a public proclamation and pledge their
Get Fit with MWR Personal Trainers  (7 April 2016)
Physical fitness is an important part of military life. Service members must be physically ready to take on challenges at any time, staying healthy and living fit lifestyles, while in the service.
NMCRS Volunteer Knits 1,300 Baby Blankets - and Counting  (8 April 2016)
For the past 22 years, every three to four weeks, a Navy commander's wife with a slight French accent has delivered five baby blankets to the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society Bethesda (NMCRS) office.
Kim Agnew: NSAB Sexual Assault Response Coordinator  (14 April 2016)
Naval Support Activity Bethesda's sexual assault response coordinator got her start in helping sexual assault victims when she was assigned it as a collateral duty while stationed in Germany.
FFSC Holds 5th Annual Youth Health and Fitness Fair  (22 April 2016)
In recognition of Month of the Military Child, Naval Support Activity Bethesda held several events for military children and their families.
Earth Week Begins  (22 April 2016)
Earth Week kicked off at Naval Support Activity Bethesda with a forum in Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Clark Auditorium April 19.
NSAB Receives SECNAV Platinum Energy Award, Opens New Energy Resource  (7 July 2016)
Naval District Washington Commandant, Rear Adm. Yancy B. Lindsey presented Naval Support Activity Bethesda (NSAB) with an award for its energy initiatives and helped open a new ground source heat pump during a ribbon cutting ceremony, July 6.
Red Cross Volunteer Marks 73 Years of Service  (25 July 2016)
In 1943, big bands were topping the music charts, the United States was embroiled in World War II and Mary Bochanis started volunteering for the American Red Cross at the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

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