Naval Facilities Engineering Command Recruiting for Hundreds of Open Positions
Candidates with the right qualifications and experience can walk away with tentative job offers in hand at the event!
Capt. Richard D. Hayes, III will relieve Capt. Dean VanderLey as Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Mid-Atlantic commanding officer 10 a.m., Thursday, Aug. 9 at the Pennsylvania House aboard Naval Station Norfolk.
Capt. Dean A. VanderLey relieved Capt. J. Pat Rios as Commanding Officer of Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic as Rios concluded 30 years of service in a ceremony at Pennsylvania House onboard Naval Station Norfolk today.
In a collaborative effort between the Department of the Navy, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany and Georgia Power, a subsidiary of Southern Company located in Atlanta, Georgia, officials broke ground on a large-scale solar facility aboard the installation, April 28.
By Tom Kreidel, NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Public Affairs Office
NORFOLK, Va. – Sailors and civilians in the Hampton Roads area will notice new tolls starting February 1 2014, that will have an effect on how they travel throughout the area in both government owned vehicles (GOV) and their personally owned vehicles (POV).
By Lance Cpl. Jackeline Perez Rivera
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (NNS) -- Marine Corps Base Installations East and Naval Facilities Engineering Command have been hosting an annual outreach event for the last few years to help small business owners navigate working aboard a government installation.
By Annalisa Cachin, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Mid-Atlantic
NORFOLK (NNS) - A Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Mid-Atlantic Civil Engineer Corps (CEC) officer spoke to students at Larrymore Elementary School in Norfolk Feb. 15 as part of a kickoff to National Engineers Week 2013.