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NDW Kicks Off NMCRS Active-Duty Fund Drive
NDW Concludes Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain 2018
NSA Annapolis Prepares for Exercise Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain 2018
Naval District Washington Prepares for Exercise Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain 2018
NDW Personnel Get Ready to Give for International Volunteer Day
Naval District Washington Hosts ROC OPS Training
NDW Kicks Off Cybersecurity Awareness Campaign
NDW Announces Regional Community Service Program of the Year Winners
NDW Hosts 2017 Mrs. Sybil Stockdale Ombudsman of the Year Awards
NDW Hosts 3rd Annual Gold Star Mother's and Family Day Observance
Washington Navy Yard Hosts 4th Annual Remembrance Run/Walk
Naval District Washington Hosts First DSCA Table Top Exercise
NDW Sailors Prepare for September Advancement Exams
CNO, MCPON Work Out with Navy Capital Region Chiefs and Chief Selects
NDW's Cyber Security Team Plans Campaign for October
One NDW Sailor Selected for Advancement to Chief Petty Officer
NSA Washington's Fleet and Family Support Center Hosts Monthly Classes on Blended Retirement
2017 Feds Feed Families Campaign in Full Swing
NSA Washington's Catering and Conference Center Hosts Open House
USS Forrestal Tragedy Remembered 50 Years Later
NDW Kicks Off Annual NMCRS Fund Drive
NDW Prepares for Solid Curtain Citadel Shield 2017
NDW Holds Change of Command
NDW Volunteers Participate in Special Olympics Bowling Tournament During Navy Day
US Attorney Recognizes NDW Officers for Actions During Navy Yard Shooting
NDW Ready to Kick Off Military Saves Week
Voting Assistance Service Ensures Sailors Stay Registered to Vote at NDW
NSA Annapolis Hones Security Skills during SC/CS 16
NSA Annapolis Water Treatment Plant Fully Operational
NDW Annouces Black History Month Poster Competition
NDW Prepares for Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield Annual Exercise
NAS Patuxent River is NDW’s Energy Biggest Loser
Media Advisory: Solid Curtain Citadel Shield Exercise 2016
NDW AFPAK Hands Live Up to the Challenge
NDW Commemorates Pearl Harbor with Wreath Laying Ceremony
NDW Resiliency Programs Help Sailors Bounce Back Stronger, Smarter
Naval District Washington Announces 2015 "Energy Biggest Loser" Competition
NDW Kicks Off Energy Action Month
Naval District Washington Holds Change of Command Ceremony
See Something, Say Something!
NDW hosts first education symposium
NCR begins Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Annual Fund Drive
Ex-USS Barry To Be Removed From Washington, DC
NDW Starts Saving with Military Saves Week
NDW to Offer Motorcycle Safety Courses
NSA Annapolis Conducts Active Shooter Exercise
Navy Celebrates African-American/Black History Month
Volunteer Tax Assistance Now Open for Free Income Tax Assistance
NDW 2015 Vision
News Releases 2014
News Releases 2013
Naval District Washington Announces 74th Anniversary of the Battle of Midway Celebration

FFR

Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) Programs includes quality of life programs for Sailors and their families. FFR enables a ready Navy force through programs such as Family Readiness, Fleet Readiness and Housing.

The Fleet Readiness division includes many Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs and services. These programs include: fitness and sports, deployed support, the Navy Motion Picture Service, libraries, golf, bowling, marinas and outdoor recreation, the Single Sailor or Liberty program, Information, Tickets and Travel, and Navy entertainment programs.

Fleet Readiness also includes the Navy Gateway Inns and Suites, formerly known as the Visitors Quarters or VQ, along with MWR's lodging services, such as campsites, hotels, cabins and cottages, as well as ashore galleys and MWR food and beverage services.

The Family Readiness division provides programs and services through Fleet and Family Support Centers (FFSC), including relocation assistance, information and referral, financial management counseling, spouse employment services, family advocacy and the transition assistance program. The FFSC also provides assistance for Individual Augmentees (IA) families and victims of sexual assault.

Family Readiness also consists of Child and Youth Programs, including Child Development Centers, the Child Development Home Program and Youth and Teen Centers.

The Navy Housing division is responsible for the overall management of all permanent housing Navy-wide, including family housing and bachelor quarters. Through its public-private venture (PPV) mission, the Navy is revitalizing military housing by partnering with private sector developers to offer quality, affordable housing communities.

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Warfighter and Family Readiness

 

Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) Programs includes quality of life programs for Sailors and their families. FFR enables a ready Navy force through programs such as Family Readiness, Fleet Readiness and Housing.

The Fleet Readiness division includes many Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) programs and services. These programs include: fitness and sports, deployed support, the Navy Motion Picture Service, libraries, golf, bowling, marinas and outdoor recreation, the Single Sailor or Liberty program, Information, Tickets and Travel, and Navy entertainment programs.

Fleet Readiness also includes the Navy Gateway Inns and Suites, formerly known as the Visitors Quarters or VQ, along with MWR's lodging services, such as campsites, hotels, cabins and cottages, as well as ashore galleys and MWR food and beverage services.

The Family Readiness division provides programs and services through Fleet and Family Support Centers (FFSC), including relocation assistance, information and referral, financial management counseling, spouse employment services, family advocacy and the transition assistance program. The FFSC also provides assistance for Individual Augmentees (IA) families and victims of sexual assault.

Family Readiness also consists of Child and Youth Programs, including Child Development Centers, the Child Development Home Program and Youth and Teen Centers.

The Navy Housing division is responsible for the overall management of all permanent housing Navy-wide, including family housing and bachelor quarters. Through its public-private venture (PPV) mission, the Navy is revitalizing military housing by partnering with private sector developers to offer quality, affordable housing communities.

 

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