Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP) released its Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) economic and demographic report May 27 that measures the economic impact of Naval Support Facility (NSF) Dahlgren and NSF Indian Head, Md. on the local communities and counties surrounding the installations .
Naval District Washington (NDW) Fire Inspector Karen Montgomery, assigned to Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP), had just passed through a construction zone June 16 on Chicamuxen Rd. on her way toward Nanjemoy when she noticed an accident along a rough patch of pavement: a SUV was off the road and had impacted a tree on the passenger side.
Donald Robinson, a police officer at Naval Support Facility Dahlgren since 2001, might not tell you exactly what happened that day several years ago that he started thinking about a program for local teens. He might not mention that he felt a calling from a higher power to support kids in his community that really needed his help. But if the truth is told, that’s what happened, and Robinson has taken that divine intervention and grown it into a venture that casts a wide net and is making a difference with teens across our communities.
Julia Apicella, education services facilitator and spouse employment assistance program manager at the Naval Support Activity South Potomac (NSASP) Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC), was recognized as the regional Naval District Washington (NDW) Employee of the Year for 2020.
On Saturday, February 20, Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Ben Katzman dove into the pool at the King George YMCA for a swim.
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After years of careful planning, a section of abandoned buildings in the restricted area of Naval Support Facility (NSF) Indian Head known as the Condenser Houses is finally being remediated under the supervision of the installation Environmental Department. Building 453 and its close neighbors, Buildings 930, 931, 932 and 933 were constructed during the boom years of World War II as part of the installation’s massive expansion.
The gently flowing stream and its small pools look like a pristine slice of nature one might encounter at a park or preserve, but the low-lying area in the woods along Magnetometer Field at Naval Support Facility (NSF) Indian Head’s Stump Neck Annex received makeover from the Environmental Department along with a mission: provide critical habitat for local flora and fauna such as the spotted turtle, and protect base infrastructure and the Chesapeake Bay watershed by slowing down storm water runoff.