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OLF Jet Flight Schedule August 13-19 2017

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OLF and Ault Field Growler Flight Schedule August 13-19 2017

Can’t wait for some really late, sleepless nights on Whidbey Island? Great! You’re in luck.


Coupeville carrier operations

Monday, Aug. 14                 Night – Late Night

Tuesday, Aug. 15                Night – Late Night

Wednesday, Aug. 16           Night – Late Night

 

Ault Field carrier operations

Monday, Aug. 14                 Early Afternoon – Early Evening, then Night – Late Night

Tuesday, Aug. 15                Early Afternoon – Early Evening, then Night – Late Night

Wednesday, Aug. 16           Early Afternoon – Early Evening, then Night – Late Night

Thursday, Aug. 17               Late Morning – Early Evening, then Night – Late Night

Friday, Aug.18                     Morning – Early Afternoon

4 Comments

  1. Janis Johnson

    So unnerving. So sad. Collateral damage. All of us, everything.

  2. Samantha Hawkins

    This is really bad. So I just got an email from a friend at the base. They’re beginning the scoping planning for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter to come to NAS Whidbey Island in 2025. The base is planning on scoping in 2019 / DEIS in 2020 / Final EIS in 2022. I can’t believe it. It just won’t stop. We need to get this base closed now, or we’re going to have Growlers and JSFs here in the next 8 years. I’m actually working to sell my house before this all happens. I called our Congressman, and they’re office told me that EISs are “routine” for the Navy. No one will save us. I thought about emailing the base and telling them I don’t want any new EISs, but I’m sure they won’t care.

  3. Bob Gwinn

    Can anyone tell me if there are historical records for the flight schedules at OLF and Ault Field? Do the training flights occur 5 consecutive dates per month? Or are there more training days per month? Thanks. Just curious.

    1. Admin

      Sorry for the delay in responding – we didn’t see this question for some reason! The answer is that there isn’t a public list of previous flights that we know of, and even the ones that we get advanced notice for may or may not happen the way they say it will, so looking at our past posts won’t be totally accurate either. They fly when they want to fly, basically, so there’s no pattern you can expect. This is part of the problem with flying over civilians trying to go about their daily lives, work, school, and sleep. No consistency.

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