NOTE: THIS SITE IS INTENDED ONLY FOR ACTIVE/RETIRED/RESERVE CHIEF PETTY OFFICERS. ANY SPAM WILL SUBJECT THE OFFENDER TO CIVIL LIABILITIES.
***ALL IP ADDRESSES ARE BEING LOGGED.***
- GA meeting every 1st Wednesday of the month. January 8th @ 1400 will be our first for 2020 but beginning Feb 5, 2020 until October 2020 it will be as scheduled unless cancel notification is received.
- “Right Hand Man” event is back and scheduled on Jan 23 @ 1100. Flyers will be posted very soon and please RSVP to Axel as early as possible.
- The much anticipated “Taco Tuesday” is back beginning January 7 starting at 1100, and every other Tuesdays thereafter unless otherwise cancelled for other pressing event(s).
- Stand by for “Habitat for Humanity” volunteer schedule. Dates will be announced by Stu.
- Kudos to those who always answer to the Road Side Clean-up call. The next is scheduled on Jan 19, maximum participation is desired.
ST. INIGOES, Maryland (NNS) -- Operating under the Department of Homeland Security and not the Department of Defense, the Coast Guard was the only branch of the United States military affected by the government shutdown. About 42,000 active-duty Coast Guardsmen – all considered essential personnel – reported for duty and worked without pay.
After learning that some of their fellow service members at Coast Guard Station St. Inigoes were having to take on part-time jobs during the shutdown period, the Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA) at NAS Patuxent River decided to take action and came up with the idea of collecting nonperishable donations to assist them.
They shouldn’t have to worry about taking care of their families financially while still proudly coming to work every day to patrol our shore,” said Chief Aviation Electronics Technician Tracy Moore, president of the Pax River CPOA. “Once it was brought to the CPOA’s attention, we vetted the idea through [Pax River’s] Command Master Chief Kevin Guy and he loved the idea of us taking care of our own.”
JD's picture and bell are proudly displayed between the first two windows, on the right, as you walk into the Goatlocker. Rest in peace, my friend... We all miss you.
**Brothers and Sisters,
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY for E7 & ABOVE Active Duty or Retired.
CURRENT VOLUNTEERS: You are invited to attend as well. This is a refresher training to stay current and fresh on the procedures and policies of the program.
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS RELIEF SOCIETY AFTER-HOURS CPO PROGRAM. Our local NMCRS office is regularly open Monday-Thursdays. To maintain 100% availability of NMCRS services, in emergency situations, the CPO after-hours program offers coverage on evenings, weekends and holidays. The program is made up exclusively of Chief Petty Officers who alternate weekly availability in an "on call" status to help when needed. If interested in being an active duty volunteer or would like more information, contact NMCRS CPO After-hours NMCRS Chairman.
L- $15 (10 in X 6 in)
M- $12 (7.5 in X 4.5 in)
S- $10 (5 in X 3 in)