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Noise advisory issued for February 6
Noise advisory for Feb. 6
Naval air station issues noise advisory for Jan. 21, 2016
Naval air station issues noise advisory for Sept. 21-25
Notice of Availability for the final EA and FONSI addressing the implementation of an EUL at NAS Pax
NAS Pax to hold 9/11 Memorial
NAS Pax River kicks off Suicide Prevention Awareness Month with sunrise event
Public comment on the Non-Time-Critical Removal Action (NTCRA) at ER Program Site 55, Former Hazardous Waste Storage Hut
Public comment period opens for Proposed remedial action plan at ER Site 2
NAS to conduct periodic night tests throughout May
NAS conducts night tests April 27, 28 and 30
NAS issues noise advisory for April 27
MEDIA ADVISORY: Air Station holds annual Earth Day Run/Walk in support of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
NAS issues noise advisory for April 20-24
NAS issues noise advisory for April 13-17
Noise advisory issued for April 10
Noise advisory issued for April 9
Noise advisory issued for April 7
Evening noise advisory issued for April 6-10, 2015
NAS Patuxent River issues noise advisory for April 2, 2015
NAS Patuxent River issues noise advisory for April 1, 2015
NAS Patuxent River issues noise advisory for communities near Vienna and Deal Island
VX-1 changes command Thursday
US Naval Test Pilot School celebrates 70 years
Air station to participate annual Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield training
Air station to participate in annual Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield training
Noise advisory issued for April 25 - 29
Pax weapons policy to remain in place until otherwise noted
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for Jan. 17
Noise Advisory - Low-Level Testing Events Jan. 18/19, 2017
NAS Pax River Holds Emergency Response Exercise
Naval Air Station sounds all clear following suspicious package response
Noise Advisory – Low-Level Aircraft Testing at Webster Outlying Field
Noise Advisory – Low-Level Aircraft Testing at Webster Outlying Field
NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for March 27 – April 14, 2017
Noise Advisory - Low-Level Aircraft Testing at Webster Outlying Field
NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for April 5 – 15, 2017
Noise Advisory - Low-Level Aircraft Testing at Webster Outlying Field
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for April 5
NAS Patuxent River Named Tree City by Arbor Day Foundation, Celebrates with Tree Planting
From 500-feet Below the Surface to 10,000-feet Above - Pax River SAR Pilot Recounts Submarine Service
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for April 27-28
NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for May 11 – 19, 2017
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for May 8 - 10
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for May 15 - 19
Noise Advisory - Low-Level Aircraft Testing at Webster Outlying Field May 16 - 18
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for May 22 - 26
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for May 23 - 25, 30
Noise Advisory - Low-Level Aircraft Testing at Webster Outlying Field
Safe HelpRoom Provides Support for men Who Have Experienced Unwanted Sexual Contact
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for May 30 – June 2
Noise Advisory - Low-Level Aircraft Testing at Webster Outlying Field
Brown named CNIC Air Traffic Controller of Year
The Department of The Navy Invites Public Comment on the Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis For Site UXO –001 Historic Munitions Disposal Area Under the Environmental Restoration Program Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland
Noise Advisory – Supersonic Flight Test in Vicinity of Pax River June 22
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for August 21 - 25
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Aug. 28 – Sept. 1
Hammond Assumes Command of NAS Patuxent River
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Night Flights Sept. 21 – Sept. 29
Noise Advisory – NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Sept. 26, 2017
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Night Flights Oct. 2 – Oct. 6
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Oct. 10 - 13
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Nov. 15
Noise Advisory – NAS Patuxent River Issues Noise Advisory for Night Flight Testing Dec. 5 through Dec. 6
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Dec. 13
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Jan. 11
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Jan. 13-15
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Jan. 17-18
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for Jan. 22 - 26
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for Jan. 23 – 24
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Night Flights Jan. 30-31
The Department of The Navy Invites Public Comment on the Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis for Site UXO-001 Historic Munitions Disposal Area Under the Environmental Restoration Program Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland
Record of Decision Five-Year Review at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, St. Mary’s County, Maryland
Changes to MWR facilities' hours, prices will ensure ongoing quality of services
NOISE ADVISORY - NAS PAX RIVER sets noise advisory for March 12 – 21, 2018
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Night Flights March 19, 20
NAS Patuxent River Open with Staggered Departure due to Weather March 21, 2018
NAS Pax River, Webster and NRC Solomons will operate under a 2 hour Delayed Arrival/Unscheduled Leave/Telework Status on March 22, 2018
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for April 2 – April 3
Noise Advisory – Supersonic Flights in Atlantic Test Track April 23-April 27
NAS Patuxent River to host 2018 Pax River Air Expo June 2, 3
Noise Advisory – Supersonic Flights in Atlantic Test Track May 3 - 11
NAS Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for Day, Night Flights Beginning July 9 Through Mid-August
Noise Advisory - NAS Pax River Changes Flight Patterns due to Runway Repairs, Local Communities May Notice Increased Noise Levels
Noise Advisory - NAS PAX RIVER Sets Night Time Noise Advisory for July 12-13, July 17-20
Noise Advisory – Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for Night Flight Testing Aug. 28-30
NAS Pax River, U.S. Coast Guard Respond to Leakage from Partially Submerged Civilian Craft in Patuxent River
NAS Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for Day, Night Flights through Sept. 22
NAS Pax River Successfully Transitions Civilian Watercraft Fuel Leak Containment, Cleanup to U.S. Coast Guard
NAS Patuxent River Operating under 2-Hour Delayed Arrival/Unscheduled Leave/Telework Status due to Weather December 10
NAS Patuxent River Operating under Restricted to Mission Essential Personnel/Telework Status due to Weather January 13, 2019
UPDATE: NAS Patuxent River Operating under Restricted Access/Telework Status due to Weather January 13, 2019
UPDATE: NAS Patuxent River Remains in Restricted Access/Telework Status due to Weather for Remainder of January 13, 2019
NAS Patuxent River Operating under Restricted Access/Telework Status due to Weather Monday, January 14, 2019
NAS Patuxent River is Open for Business Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Noise Advisory – Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for FCLPs January 24-February 1
NAS Patuxent River to Participate in Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain 2019 Exercise February 4 - 15
Noise Advisory – Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for FCLPs February 14 - 15, 2019
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for The Woods Community of West Virginia March 25 – April 10, 2019
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Webster Field April 5-8, 2019
NAS PAX RIVER Sets Noise Advisory for Webster Field March 25-28, 2019
Noise Advisory – Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for FCLPs March 26-29, 2019
Noise Advisory – Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for April 22 to May 17, 2019
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NAS Patuxent River is Open with Option for Unscheduled Leave/Telework February 20, 2019
Pax River Seeking Public Comment on Environmental Restoration Program’s Community Involvement Plan through Survey
Noise Advisory – Pax River Sets Noise Advisory for FCLPs February 25 to March 8, March 15 to March 22

NAS Pax River Successfully Transitions Civilian Watercraft Fuel Leak Containment, Cleanup to U.S. Coast Guard

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PATUXENT RIVER, Maryland (Aug. 30, 2018) - U.S. Coast Guard personnel and civilian contractors deploy a containment boom around a civilian-owned YP craft found to be leaking fuel in the Patuxent River since Aug. 28. NAS Patuxent River Port Operations Division successfully handed off containment and cleanup efforts to the U.S. Coast Guard Aug. 30 after two days of first-responder containment. U.S. Navy photo (Released) 180830-N-JP566-002

09/06/18

NAVAL AIR STATION PATUXENT RIVER, Md. – Naval Air Station Patuxent River successfully turned over containment and cleanup efforts for the partially submerged civilian watercraft in the Patuxent River to the U.S. Coast Guard Aug. 30.

Containment efforts by NAS Patuxent River’s Port Operations Division had been ongoing since 7:15 a.m. Aug. 28, when they noticed a sheen on the water near the civilian craft during routine monitoring of the vessel. NAS Patuxent River Port Operations immediately responded with two boats and deployed a 1000-foot containment boom. Personnel from U.S. Coast Guard Station St. Inigoes were also notified and dispatched for response and investigation. By 10:35 a.m. Aug. 28, NAS Patuxent River’s Port Operations contained the 100-by-300-foot fuel sheen.

Though the vessel is a privately-owned craft and not within the jurisdictional waters of the Navy, NAS Patuxent River Port Operations quickly reacted as the closest first responder in order to prevent environmental impact to the river.

“After monitoring the vessel and responding to the leakage over the past few days, it’s clear to see that the oil or hazardous substances [OHS] leak is coming from it; Pax River’s call to action was absolutely necessary to prevent an environmental impact to the river” said David Wick, NAS Patuxent River Installation Program Director, Port Operations. “If we didn’t place a boom around this vessel, the wind would have pushed the OHS to Solomons’ shores and caused an even greater environmental impact than occurred.”

During the afternoon of Aug. 30, the Coast Guard used absorbent pads to collect the OHS that was inside the Navy’s containment boom before placing their own boom, allowing the Coast Guard and contactor cleanup personnel to continue the containment and cleanup efforts.

“This was truly a collaborative effort on the part of the Navy and Coast Guard,” said Wick. “Together, we were able to prevent a serious impact to the Patuxent River.”

For more information about NAS Patuxent River visit www.cnic.navy.mil/Patuxent or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/NASPaxRiver. 

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