NSA Monterey Held A Quarterly Awards Ceremony

Naval Support Activity Monterey held a quarterly awards ceremony (2nd Quarter) Wed., April 28. The following personnel were recognized by Commanding Officer Capt. Paul Dale:

Bravo Zulu to all the awardees!

RP2 Anton V. Arganoza – Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (from Twenty-Nine Palms)

MA2 Cameron A. Usher – End of Tour and CO Commendation

Parvati Naidu – 20-year Length of Service

Indra Reddy – Safety Spotlight Award

Thomas B. Davis – Mid-Level Civilian of the 2nd Quarter

Rosalinda Arreola – Junior-Level Civilian of the 2nd Quarter (Not Present)


A Message from the Honorable Thomas W. Harker, Acting SECNAV

April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. This month, and every month, we must work together to focus on the prevention of sexual assault and building a safe environment for our Marines, Sailors, and civilians. It is a personal priority of mine to ensure that we promote a climate of trust, respect and inclusion. Our focus must be on recognizing and stopping destructive behaviors early and consistently, so leaders can take appropriate action.

To assist leaders in this effort, we have developed The Watch List: Top Five Signals of Risk for Sexual Assault, a research-driven tool that outlines five of the key destructive behaviors that may increase risk for sexual assault to include sexual harassment, gender discrimination, lack of responsibility and
intervention, lack of respect and cohesion, and workplace hostility behaviors. Keep an eye out for these behaviors, and speak up when you see them; research proves that these behaviors lead to an increased risk for sexual assault.

Information on The Watch List is currently available at or by reaching out to  During Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, we call attention to this critical tool. Further, the behaviors outlined in The Watch List align with the Defense Organizational Climate Survey (DEOCS) and can be used to assess results of the force-wide command climate survey underway during April 2021.

For those Marines and Sailors who experience sexual assault, we stand ready to provide assistance. The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program provides eligible adult sexual assault victims the opportunity to formally report these crimes and receive supportive services. Our SAPR Victim Advocates and Sexual Assault Response Coordinators are also able to provide resources and confidential reporting options.

Confidential assistance is also available 24/7 from the Department of Defense Safe Helpline at (877) 995-5247 or Civilian employees can receive assistance 24/7 from the Department of the Navy Civilian Employee Assistance Program at (844) 366-2327.

It is on all of us to eliminate sexual assault in our military. An engaged force at all levels is our greatest weapon against sexual assault. We need your commitment to set the tone, model the right behavior, and recognize and immediately address improper behaviors. Sexual assault is wrong and it is a threat to our national security. Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission.


VFW Issues Up Front: Mental Health and Military Spouses

The VFW published an article in their monthly magazine that discusses how the pandemic has impacted the wellbeing of military spouses. Its said that most military spouses are suffering significantly from mental health issues. Approximately 84 percent had "increased feelings of isolation."

To read the article, click HERE.


NSA Monterey: A No Drone Zone

Naval Support Activity Monterey is a “NO DRONE ZONE." NSA Monterey does not allow any drone overflight of Navy properties or drone launches from inside the base fence line without specific approval from the Commanding Officer. Drones approved for flight must follow all FAA altitude restrictions.

Check the FAA website to find current restrictions.

It is also illegal to surveil or photograph a military installation without permission from the Commanding Officer.

If you have questions about drone operations in the vicinity of NSA Monterey, please contact the NSAM Duty Officer at 831-233-1256 before flying.


NSA Monterey Civilians of the Year and Second Quarter

Congratulations to the following NSA Monterey Civilians of the the Year (FY20) and Quarter (FY21 Q2):

Civilian of the Year (FY20)

  • Austin Daniells, Senior Level

  • Dwayne Williford, Mid-Level

  • Jessica Dixon, Junior Level

Civilian of the Quarter (FY21 Q2)

  • Thomas B. Davis, Mid-Level

  • Rosalinda B. Arreola, Junior Level


Women's History Month Focus: Master Chief April D. Beldo

As we continue to celebrate #WomensHistoryMonth, check out the awesomeness of U.S. Navy Fleet Master Chief April D. Beldo who was the FIRST woman CMC of Recruit Training Command, the FIRST African-American woman CMC to be assigned to an aircraft carrier, the FIRST woman Force Master Chief for Naval Education and Training Command, and the FIRST woman Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education Fleet Master Chief at N1.

For more information on other women being recognized this month, check out the following information provided by the CNO:


Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) Proclamation Signed by NSA Monterey Commanding Officer

NSA Monterey (NSAM) Commanding Officer (CO) Capt. Paul Dale signed a proclamation March 17 that set the tone for ongoing prevention of and response to sexual assault within the Naval enterprise. The annual campaign begins April 1 and was created to raise awareness about the fact that sexual assault (and harassment) is a violent crime that strikes at the core values of the US Navy.

The CO said SAAPM is an opportunity to highlight the installation's year-round commitment to the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Program and offer a collaboration of innovative ways to establish prevention practices.

"I have read the Proclamation and signed it in recognition of these efforts, and fully support the NSA Monterey SAPR team," Dale said. "I appreciate their dedication in helping those greatly affected by this heinous crime."

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, upon taking office, stated that a commission would be formed in the near future to examine the problem of sexual assault in the military. Addressing the issue of sexual violence was his first directive on his second day in office. He asked the services to provide him input on what they felt they were doing right, what they needed to improve and ideas they had going forward.

Every year in April is dedicated to raising awareness about the issues of sexual violence that still permeates the military ranks. In aligning with the US Navy's call to action of "Respect. Protect. Empower," Dale stressed that at all times there must be commitment to treating others with respect; protecting one and other from harm and retaliation through active intervention; and empowering all to speak up and intervene.

For more information on the Department of Defense SAPR program, visit:

For more information on the Department of Navy SAPR program, visit:


Restart of Indoor Religious Services at NSAM Chapel

Indoor religious services at NSAM’s Chapel onboard the installation for military personnel, DoD civilians, retirees, and associated family members restarts Sunday March 28, 2021.

 The Religious Ministry Team will disseminate more details leading up to 28 March 2021.

 Nonetheless, services are to be conducted much the same as the few weeks back in October 2020 to include Chapel capacity for indoor services is limited to 25 percent of building fire code in both Health Protection Condition (HPCON) CHARLIE and HPCON BRAVO.

The Chapel capacity is codified as 350.  Thus, maximum capacity for indoor Chapel services is set at 25% rounded down to 87.

Chief Mathew Olson Receives End of Tour Award

NSAM Commanding Officer Capt. Paul Dale presented Chief Petty Officer Mathew Olson with an end of tour award today during a small ceremony on board the installation. While at NSAM, Olson provided support to the command's religious ministry program. He and his family, with a dual military spouse, are headed to  Augusta, Ga. Best of luck in your next adventure Chief Olson!

NGIS Employee Recognized As "Associate of the Year (Runner Up)" Navy Lodging Employee Recognition Program 

Gregory Sperry, a Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) Employee, was recognized as Associate of the Year (Runner Up) in the Navy Lodging Employee Recognition Program during a ceremony held today at Naval Support Activity Monterey (NSAM). NSAM Commanding Officer Capt. Paul Dale presented Sperry with an award for his superb professionalism, devotion to duty and all-around outstanding performance.

Nominations for the Navy Lodging Employee Recognition Program are made by each property within the Region, which nominates up to two people for each award category. Associate of the Year is one of eight categories under the Program.

“Having served in the Marine Corps, it is an honor to receive this award and serve the many military branches that pass through our base,” said Sperry.

“My recommendation for those interested in being nominated is work hard, be patient, and good things will come.”

Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Fleet and Family Readiness established the Navy Lodging Employee Recognition Program, which recognizes NAF or Foreign National lodging employees with at least 12 continuous months of employment who, through inspiration, personal initiative and demonstrated leadership, have made noteworthy contributions to the Navy Lodging Program through Navy Gateway Inns & Suites, Gateway Inns & Suites and Navy and Marine Corps Fisher House programs

A CNIC Fleet and Fleet and Family Readiness review board nominates and selects awardees and one runner up in each category. The selectee receives a $1,500 cash award; the runner up receives a $750 cash award.  All nominees receive a Letter of Appreciation from CNIC and receive an award plaque and letter.

Join National Wreaths Across America Day December 19, 2020


Each December National Wreaths Across America coordinates a wreath-laying ceremony to honor fallen U.S. Veterans who have served this nation. It's a time to raise awareness and honor those who have fallen with a wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 2,100 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad.

Visit this link for more information:


Every Quarter, the Commanding Officer (CO) of Naval Support Activity Monterey (NSAM) Capt. Paul Dale recognizes those Sailors and Civilians for their exemplary performances and Length of Service. NSAM personnel received awards during a ceremony held Oct. 27: Civilian Service Achievement Medal (NSAM Civilian of the Year); CO Letter of Commendation (Civilian of the 4th Quarter); Safety Spotlight Award; Good Conduct Medal; and Lengths of Service (5 years to 40 years). Congratulations to all our winners for a job well done!

The following is the full list of awardees:

Good Conduct Medal:
OS2 Brandon Walko - 2nd Award

Safety Spotlight Award:
Neil Larkin - Safety Spotlight Award (Performed CPR and saved a life!)

Civilian Length of Service:
Nicholas Gutierrez - 5 years
Blake Hertzog - 5 years
Bryan Singleton - 5 years
Tina Cash - 10 years
Scott Godfrey - 10 years
Ronilo Bulalaque - 15 years
Michele Johnson - 25 years
Cassandra Robinson - 40 years

NSAM CO Letter of Commendation (Civilian of the 4th Qtr.):
Hung Huynh - Junior Level
Joey Rodriguez - Mid-Level
Margarita Gutierrez - Senior Level

Civilian Service Achievement Medal (Civilian of the Year 2020):
Jessica Dixon - NSAM Junior Level
Dwayne Williford - NSAM Mid-Level
Austin Daniells - NSAM Senior Level





Paint & Sip with Community Recreation! 

What:  Paint & Sip with Community Recreation! 
When:  28 July 6-8pm – Quarter Deck Terrace   

  • 12 September 10am-12pm – Rose Garden or Roman Plunge TBD  
  • 13 October 6-8pm – La Novia  
  • 15 December 6-8pm – Quarter Deck  

Eat, drink, and socialize as you paint your own masterpiece! Step by step instruction lead by Progress Not Perfection Paint Parties. $35/person – Registration required. For questions and registration please e-mail *18 & Over. 

Please see flyer for more details or visit


Save The Date: Federal Survey Day Oct. 13

Make an impact! Do your part to help your school receive funds.

 Be on the lookout for your Federal Survey Card in the mail or electronically during the week of October 11 – 15. Complete and return the card to support your children’s school and to make sure they get the Impact Aid they deserve! 

For details visit


Captain’s Cup Golf Tournament, Fri., August 20

The Captain's Cup Golf Tournament will be held at the  Monterey Pines Golf Course: 1250 Garden Rd.
Monterey, CA 93940 on Fri., August 20.

MWR’s biggest golf event of the year is back! Sign up for our Captain’s Cup Golf Tournament and tee-off against our NSAM Commanding Officer. Enjoy a delicious hamburger buffet for lunch and try your chances at awesome prizes!  



See flyer for more details or visit


Trident Room & Rose Garden Reservations - Acuity App Discontinuation June 5

Acuity app discontinuation will occur for Trident Room and Rose Garden after Sat., June 5.

Customers who had or intend to make use of the Acuity App between now and June 5 will secure themselves a reservation for an indoor table for the requested reservation time/date.

However, if a customer does not arrive within 15 minutes of the App reservation time/date, then the reservation will be forfeited and the customer may have to wait for seating.

If  the Acuity App is not used by a customer for a reservation this weekend, then a customer may have to wait until seating becomes available.


MWR Community Recreation’s Summer Movie Series

WHAT: MWR Community Recreation’s Summer Movie Series 
WHEN: June 18, July 23, August 20, September 17 2021
WHERE: La Mesa Community Center, 1200 Fechteler Dr, Monterey, CA 93940 

Join MWR Community Recreation for family-friendly movies on the lawn throughout the summer! Movie starts at dusk. For more information, email or call at 831-656-3223.MOVIE NIGHTS ARE SUBJECT TO CANCELATION DUE TO COVID PROTOCOLS. 

 See flyer for more information or visit 


Upcoming CYP Monthly Teen Virtual Meetings

The Child Youth Program (CYP) will be hosting a series of monthly Teen Virtual Meetings May 14, June 11, July 9 and Aug. 13. Meetings will run from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PST) 

The program is expanding eligibility to youth who are 12 years old AND attending 7th grade. (Must be Military/DoD dependents). Reach out to your eligible siblings or friends and tell them to get in contact with CYP for more information. E-mail   
• 1st hour will be an extended session that includes a quick town hall, group games, trivia and time to catch up. 
•  2nd hour will be for our new Dungeon and Dragons crew. Anyone interested can join at any time!  •    Teens are not required to stay the entire time, but the meeting will be locked 15 minutes after the hour. (3:15 PM and 4:15 PM PST) 

See FLYER for more details.


NSA Monterey Fitness Update

Time restrictions are still in place for all eligible patrons (except Active Duty) – Monday to Friday 8:00am to 3:30pm (last available appointment is 2:00pm), no time restrictions on Saturday and Sunday. 
Face masks covering both nose and mouth are required at all times except on cardio machines. The General Public is unable to access at this time. 
Remember to visit to set up your appointment or through the Acuity Scheduling app available on iOS and Android devices. Only one fitness area can be reserved each day. Please limit yourself to 1 appointment and 1 fitness area per day. Valid ID and appointment confirmation are required each visit to start your workout.  
For additional questions, email or call 831-656-3118.  
See flyer for more details.


National Golf Day at Monterey Pines Golf Course

Enjoy FREE GOLF ALL DAY at Monterey Pines Golf Course for National Golf Day! Ten percent off Regular, Selected Re-Sale Items; $10 Food Combo Special; $10 off Golf Program Passes (10-Play, 10-Ride and Monthly) starting May 12-31.

To schedule a tee time, call 831-656-1087 or 831-656-2167. 

Power cart rental is additional. See flyer for more information. 



Trident Room OPEN (Limited) Indoor Dining!

WHAT: Trident Room OPEN for Limited Indoor Dining
WHEN: Starting Thursday, May 6, 2021
WHERE: Trident Room, Bldg. 220, 1 University Cir., Monterey, CA 93943 

Thursdays - Saturdays 3:30 PM to 9:00 PM  

Limited socially distanced tables. 

Limited menu offerings. 


See flyer for more information or visit


Military Child Education Coalition Webinars for May 2021

The Military Child Education Coalition has some upcoming parent education webinars for military-connected parents and professionals. Click on the flyer link below for a list of topics and dates.

MCEC webinar FLYER


FITNESS UPDATE:  Active Duty, Dependents Age 15 & Up and DOD Civilians Only

The Main Gym and NOFFS Zone are currently only open to Active Duty (AD), AD Dependents 15 & Up and DoD Civilians. Time restriction for AD Dependents 15 & Up and DoD Civilians are weekdays: 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Masks are NOT required when using cardio machines. All other workouts DO require a mask. MIL/CIV Retiree, MIL/CIV Retiree Dependents, Contractors and the General Public are unable to access at this time.

Remember to visit to set up your appointment or through the Acuity Scheduling app available on iOS and Android devices. Only one fitness area can be reserved each day. Please limit yourself to 1 appointment and 1 fitness area per day. Valid ID and appointment confirmation are required each visit to start your workout.

For additional questions, email or call 831-656-3118.  


NSAM Rose Garden OPEN for Dining

Our beautiful Rose Garden at Naval Support Activity Monterey is OPEN for outdoor dining. Serving light bites/appetizers and drinks. High-top dining only (standing/no seating). 90-minute timeslots are available. Thursday from 3:30pm to 8:00pm and Fridays & Saturdays from 3:30pm to 9:30pm. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.

Click here to book: 


Ready, Set, Healthy: Webinars for Military Families! 

Transitions in Health Care - Resources with Sesame Street
To ease the stresses of military families' health care transitions, Sesame Workshop created Sesame Street for Military Families: Transitions in Health Care, a host of new resources to support parents, and children through the process. Join us for an overview of these new resources that equip parents with the language and tools they need to maintain consistent care, help health care providers understand military families' needs, and to help children adjust and feel empowered to new health care situations - with a little help from their Sesame Street friends!

Click HERE for registration details.

Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Children - MIC3
Learn how the Compact works, state structure and implementation, rules and regulations.

Click HERE for registration details.


SAAPM Pinwheels for Prevention

NSA Monterey Commanding Officer Capt. Dale, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) Jen Schoen, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) unit victim advocates and Fleet & Family Support Center (FFSC) staff, ask you to join them in the “Pinwheels for Prevention” effort this April to help raise awareness, change the culture and support sexual assault survivors. You can pick up your pinwheels, to place in your yard, in the bin next to the bench at FFSC.


SAAPM Going the Distance Challenge April 1-30

A Message from the NSA Monterey Sexual Assault Response Coordinator:

Every April, the Department of Defense recognizes Sexual Assault Awareness Prevention Month (SAAPM). This year in 2021 we are “Going the Distance” to recognize those who have suffered.

In fiscal year 2019, there were 7,825 reports of sexual assault across the military. For this years SAAPM, we are running or walking a mile for each one of those reports.

“Going the Distance” symbolizes each participant taking a step for each victim, letting the survivors know we are all joining their journey to healing, and the lengths we have to cover to eradicate sexual assault from our ranks.

How to join the “Going the Distance” challenge:

1. Download Nike Run Club Application and create an account (free of charge)

2. Search for friends and add “Going the Distance from Coast to Coast” as a friend

3. Once the event organizers accept your request, they will send an invitation to join the challenge

4. Whenever you go for a run or a walk in the month of April, open the Nike Run Club application & “Start a Run” to log your miles

5. Invite your friends and family to join us!

“This information simply informs personnel of an event of common interest sponsored and supported by a non-federal entity.  Neither the Department of Defense nor any of its components endorse the Nike Run Club app.”

Click HERE for the flyer.


Gym and NOFFS Zone Opening to Active Duty Dependents April 1

Starting April 1, the NSA Monterey Main Gym and NOFFS Zone will be OPEN to active duty dependents 15 and up.

Dependents may use the facility from 8:00am to 3:30pm. Wearing a cloth face covering is mandatory at all times, including during aerobic activities. 
Remember to visit to set up your appointment or use the Acuity Scheduling app, which is available on iOS and Android devices. Only one fitness area can be reserved each day. Please limit yourself to 1 appointment and 1 fitness area per day. 

Valid ID and appointment confirmation are required each visit to start your workout. 
For additional questions, email or call 831-656-3118.  
See FLYER for more details. 


Spring Reading Program Starting April 1

Join the Virtual Spring Reading Challenge at starting April 1 through the end of the month.



Porter Youth Program Meet and Greet

There will be a Porter Youth Program Meet & Greet at Doe Park on Fri., March 26 from 12-2p.m. A FREE hotdog lunch will be provided!

This is an opportunity for military connected Middle and High School students to come and enjoy some lunch, meet some new friends and participate in pick-up basketball and volleyball games. 

Bring a friend and come and meet the crew from the Porter Youth Center. 
For more information about the event or the Porter Youth Program, call 831-242-7823.


NSAM Beach Property Clean-Up
Fri., April 2, 1300-1500

Please join us for the Navy Dunes Clean-Up. The quarterly cleaning, held on Fri., April 2 from 1300-155, gathers volunteers at the 55-acre tract of beachfront land directly across Del Monte Ave. from the NSAM installation. Many transients use the area and leave behind liter.

All are encouraged to participate and volunteers will be provided with gloves and trash bags. Please wear closed-toe shoes, long pants and sunscreen.

A link to the flyer may be found HERE



Subscribe to the Latest CHINFO News Clips

Interested in staying on top of the latest Office of U.S. Navy Information news? Members with a CAC may subscribe. Copy the following link and paste into your web browser:

Retired members may send a request with Name, Rank and Email to


Free Webinars From the Military Child Education Coalition

The Military Education Coalition is offering test taking strategies for students. To register for the classes, visit the following links.

Register here for Test Taking Strategies for Elementary School Students:

Register here for Test Taking Strategies for Middle School and High School Students:


Half-Staffing of the National Flag

At the direction of the President of the United States, and as a mark of respect for the victims of the senseless acts of violence perpetrated on March 16, 2021, in the Atlanta metropolitan area, the flag of the United States shall be flown at half-staff beginning immediately until sunset, March 22, 2021.  The flag shall be flown at half-staff on all Department of Defense buildings, grounds, and naval vessels throughout the United States and abroad.


Gate Questionnaire Suspended

Effective immediately, NSAM will no longer require questionnaire upon entering the installation. In addition, all 3 turnstiles on the Main campus are now available for pedestrian access onto the base for personnel whose CAC has been enrolled at the Visitor Control Center.


Monterey County COVID-19 Newsletter Available!

Check out the Monterey County COVID-19 Community Newsletter. Click HERE for the PDF.


La Mesa Housing Area Christmas Parade TODAY!

The Christmas Parade will take place TODAY, December 18, and will start at the La Mesa Housing Area.  The Parade will start in front of the La Mesa Community Center at approximately 1645 Hrs.  The parade at the La Mesa Housing Area should last approximately 1 hour. The Christmas Parade at the Presidio of Monterey / DLI, will start at approximately 1800, in the parking lot of the Tin Barn.  The parade on POM / DLI should last approximately 10-15 minutes. The Christmas Parade at OMC, will start at approximately 1830, and should last approximately 2 hours.

Coping with the Holidays and COVID Parenting Workshop: Tues., Dec. 15 at 1600

Looking for ways to "parent through COVID, the holidays and beyond?" The U.S. Army Family Advocacy Program (FAP), New Parent Support, the Garrison Chaplain, and the Pediatrics Clinic are co-facilitating an online MS Teams class Tues., Dec. 15 starting at 1600. The event will focus on support for parents through the holidays and discuss how to cope with the unique challenges of COVID for families.

Topics include:

* How to support your children’s coping
* Helpful vs unhelpful coping strategies
* How to manage anxiety: your own and your children’s
* Managing the holidays as a family
* Self-care and spirituality
* Medical concerns related to COVID
* Family resources
It's available to both MILITARY and CIVILIAN parents!

Scheduled Power Outage at Pines Golf Course, Adjacent Labs, RV Park

PG&E has been approved to conduct an electrical power outage that will affect the Pines Golf Course, Energy and Energetics Labs as well as Navy Getaway RV Park located next to the golf course on Wed., Dec. 23 from 0700 to 1700.

The scheduled outage will enable PG&E crews to perform maintenance on the substation which services the facility. 

The Pines Golf Pro Shop and Grill will be closed coinciding with the outage; however the course will be open and accepting green fees and cart rentals via the handheld Point of Sale unit.

ITACS will have full uninterrupted UNCLASS computing including high performance computing available on generator.


NSAM Beachfront Property Clean-Up Event This Friday!

Naval Support Activity Monterey (NSAM) will hold its quarterly clean-up event Fri., Dec. 11, from 1300-1500 to clear out trash and dumping that takes place around the installation’s beachfront property located across from the main base and next to the Monterey Recreation Trail. The Navy dunes area is a 55-acre tract of land directly across Del Monte Avenue from the NPS campus. Transients use the area and we will be cleaning litter left behind.

There will be a safety brief at the beginning and gloves and trash bags will be provided. Please wear closed-toed shoes, long pants and sunscreen.

For more information, please contact the NSAM executive officer at (831) 656-3037.

Click this link for FLYER

Having Issues With Navy Housing?

If you have issues with privatized housing, government-owned housing or community housing, you can contact Navy Housing Headquarters at

Navy Housing is available to answer your questions and assist you in finding safe, suitable and affordable housing.

Monterey Contact Information:

For more information, visit:

Electrical Outage Scheduled for Saturday

There will be a scheduled electrical outage this Sat., Dec. 5. Please see the following locations and times for specifics:

Cottage Row:  BLDGs 271-285

BLDG 290:  Café Del Monte/Love Shack
BLDG 302:  Glasgow Hall
BLDG 310:  Reed Hall
BLDG 339:  Dudley Knox Library

There will be a final electrical outage on NSAM main site / NPS campus -- in order to complete a preventative maintenance project by way of switch replacement -- is planned for Sat., Dec. 12.

COVID-19 Testing Sites

There are several COVID-19 pop-up testing sites available. Please see the following dates and locations:

  • Tuesday, December 1st ~ 2 - 6 pm - Greenfield Library 315 Camino Real
  • Wednesday, December 2nd  ~ 2 - 6 pm - King City Library 402 Broadway St 
  • Monday, December 21st ~ 2 - 6pm - North Monterey County Middle School 10301 Seymour St
  • Tuesday, December 22nd ~ 2 - 6pm - North Monterey Unified School District 8142 Moss Landing Rd.

The following PDF contains more information about locations: MOCO COVID-19 Testing Locations.pdf


NSAM NEX Holiday Hours

On Thanksgiving Day, all NSAM NEX locations will be CLOSED. However, great prices on TVs, laptops, apparel and more on Friday and Saturday!

Friday November 27
Main Store 0900-1800
Mini Mart 0800-02000
Car Care  0830-1600

Saturday November 28
Main Store 1000-1600
Mini Mart   0800-2000
Car Care      Closed

Sunday, November 29
Main Store 1000-1600
Mini Mart   1000-1800
Car Care      Closed


NSAM Religious Ministry Program to Offer Online Sunday Services

The Naval Support Activity Monterey (NSAM) Religious Ministry Program will be hosting virtual Protestant Services and Catholic Mass.

A virtual Catholic Mass will begin this Sunday, Nov. 22 from 1130-1230. Father Castro will present Catholic Mass via Facebook Live.

In addition, Chaplain Giralmo will provide a weekly sermon via video, which will be available for viewing.

The Facebook Live Sunday Catholic Mass and weekly Protestant video can be found here:

Please note: The Sunday Mass will be hosted Live and will NOT be available AFTER Mass has ended. Please plan accordingly. However, the weekly Protestant sermon will be posted on or before each Sunday and will be available for viewing at any time.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact RP2 Arganoza. The following is his contact information:

RP2(FMF) Anton V. Arganoza
Comm: (831) 656-2241