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Breaking News – Growler Malfunction at NAS Whidbey Island
On Wednesday, May 31, mid-afternoon, an EA-18G “Growler” jet operating out of Naval Air Station Whidbey Island was conducting aircraft carrier landing practice at the Outlying Field (OLF) just outside of Coupeville when it developed engine...
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Judge Jones Rules Against the Navy in Washington State
For Immediate Release It’s official. A long-awaited decision that began in 2019 has been made by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington today, August 2, 2022. It is the consequential ruling the community had hoped for. Judge...
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Newsletter for June/July 2022
Changed Again! Hmmm? Please be aware that Navy has once again changed its email address for the submission of complaints and comments regarding jet noise on Whidbey Island. Could it be that they were receiving voluminous complaints and hoped to slip...
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National Survey on Jet Noise deadline May 31st
Your suffering from the impacts of Growler jet noise continues, from residents in Forks to Lopez Island, Whidbey, Camano, Anacortes, and beyond. You know the mental health impacts like depression and PTSD and the physical health impacts (which can include...
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Newsletter, April 2022
IN MEMORIAM WE ARE HEARTBROKEN! On March 25, 2022 Citizens of Ebey’s Reserve (COER) Board Member Neal Sims passed away. Our meetings will not be the same without him. He was our chief military and aviation advisor, a soft-spoken man who packed a...