28th Annual Clean the Bay Day

Oct. 6, 2016 | By kgabel
Sailors from Navy Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) and Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay Day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program with volunteers collecting debris and cleaning the shoreline in the Chesapeake Bay area. NEMSCOM is Navy Medicine’s lead agent for deployable medical systems, providing standardized, modular, scalable combat service support and medical/dental capabilities to advanced base environment across the entire range of Joint military operations. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and Joint service customers. –U.S. Navy photos by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler Click any image to view it full size.   [caption id="attachment_5101" align="aligncenter" width="300"]
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) Yeoman 1st Class Jessie Speller from Portsmouth, Va. and Personnel Specialist 1st Class Florrie Espinal from Amite, La. participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) Yeoman 1st Class Jessie Speller from Portsmouth, Va. and Personnel Specialist 1st Class Florrie Espinal from Amite, La. participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
Photo By: MCC Edward Kessler
VIRIN: 161006-N-ZZ219-5101
NAVELSG Yeoman 1st Class Jessie Speller and Personnel Specialist 1st Class Florrie Espinal participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay Day.
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Sailors from Navy Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NEMSCOM represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NEMSCOM is Navy Medicine's lead agent for deployable medical systems, providing standardized, modular, scalable combat service support and medical/dental capabilities to advanced base environment across the entire range of joint military operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Sailors from Navy Expeditionary Medical Support Command (NEMSCOM) participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NEMSCOM represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NEMSCOM is Navy Medicine's lead agent for deployable medical systems, providing standardized, modular, scalable combat service support and medical/dental capabilities to advanced base environment across the entire range of joint military operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
Photo By: MCC Edward Kessler
VIRIN: 161006-N-ZZ219-5102
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Sailors from Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Sailors from Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) participated in the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
Photo By: MCC Edward Kessler
VIRIN: 161006-N-ZZ219-5103
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) Yeoman 1st Class Christopher Thompson from Cleveland, Ohio pulls debris clear from the bank of the York River during the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) Yeoman 1st Class Christopher Thompson from Cleveland, Ohio pulls debris clear from the bank of the York River during the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
Photo By: MCC Edward Kessler
VIRIN: 161006-N-ZZ219-5104
NAVELSG Yeoman 1st Class Christopher Thompson pulls debris clear from the bank of the York River during the 28th Annual Clean the Bay Day. [caption id="attachment_5105" align="aligncenter" width="300"]
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) Yeoman 1st Class Christopher Thompson from Cleveland, Ohio and Personnel Specialist 1st Class Florrie Espinal from Amite, La., pick up trash during the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (June 3, 2016) - Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group (NAVELSG) Yeoman 1st Class Christopher Thompson from Cleveland, Ohio and Personnel Specialist 1st Class Florrie Espinal from Amite, La., pick up trash during the 28th Annual Clean the Bay day in support of the partnership between the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the United States Navy. The U.S. Navy is one of the oldest and most productive partners in this program. The participation of Sailors from NAVELSG represents a small number of the largest percentages of volunteers, debris collected, and shoreline cleaned in the Chesapeake Bay area. NAVELSG provides expeditionary logistics capability for the Navy and joint service customers. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Edward Kessler/Released)
Photo By: MCC Edward Kessler
VIRIN: 161006-N-ZZ219-5105
NAVELSG Yeoman 1st Class Christopher Thompson and Personnel Specialist 1st Class Florrie Espinal pick up trash during the 28th Annual Clean the Bay Day. September/October 2016