NAS Oceana Fuel Spill

    

 

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  • 170517-N-GR361-012 VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (May 17, 2017) Capt. Rich Meadows, commanding officer Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana, speaks to reporters at a press conference concerning a fuel leak casualty outside of NAS Oceana. The Unified Command team of federal, state and local partners are working to clean up the 94,000 gallons of jet fuel spilled Thursday, May 11 at Naval Air Station Oceana and surrounding areas.  (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kaleb R. Staples/Released)
  • 170517-N-GR361-003 VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia (May 17, 2017) Capt. Rich Meadows, commanding officer Naval Air Station (NAS) Oceana, speaks to reporters at a press conference concerning a fuel leak casualty outside of NAS Oceana. The Unified Command team of federal, state and local partners are working to clean up the 94,000 gallons of jet fuel spilled Thursday, May 11 at Naval Air Station Oceana and surrounding areas.  (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kaleb R. Staples/Released)
  • Rear Adm. Jack Scorby, commander of the Navy Mid-Atlantic Region, and Capt. Kevin Carroll, deputy commander of U.S. Coast Guard Sector Hampton Roads, address the media during a press availability outside Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach, Va., May 19, 2017, during the Wolfsnare Creek Response.

A Unified Command was stood up to respond to the fuel spill that impacted local communities and the base.

Wolfsnare Creek Response Unified Command photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jacob Richardson

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