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Los Angeles Navy Week 2011, in conjunction with the Summer X Games, will be packed with events demonstrating the mission of the U.S. Navy and our proud heritage. These events will include:
Ship visits,
Navy Band,
– Leap Frogs,
– Navy Suburban Tour,
Navy Simulator

Vice Chief of Naval Operations

Rear Adm. Troy M. "Mike" Shoemaker

Commander, Carrier Strike Group 9

Rear Adm.
Mike Shatynski

Vice Commander, Naval Surface Forces

Rear Admiral Alton L. Stocks

U.S. Navy Medical Corps
Commander, Navy Medicine East and Naval Medical Center Portsmouth

The goal of every Navy Week is to give area residents an opportunity to meet some of the Navy’s Sailors and learn about the Navy’s critical missions and its broad ranging capabilities.

"Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert, Rear Adm. Mike Shatynski, Rear Admiral Alton L. Stocks,and Rear Adm. Troy M. "Mike" Shoemaker, will serve as our leading spokespeople for Los Angeles Navy Week 2011. Also participating are Sailors with significant ties to the local area."

For more information about the Los Angeles Navy Week 2011.

Officer In Charge
Lt. Cmdr. Pamela Bou
at (901) 874-7049; E-mail:
[email protected]

Navy Weeks . . .

Rear Adm. Stocks Visits Sailors at Habitat for Humanity Project
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Brett Custer
Rear Adm. Alton Stocks, commander, Navy Medicine East and Navy Medical Center Portsmouth, speaks to Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Equipment) 2nd Class Harry Meyer of USS Abraham Lincoln, at the Habitat for Hummanity build site, July 29. more …

Leap Frogs at Knott’s Berry Farm July 31

By Corey Moore, KPCC
Thousands of Sailors from across the country this weekend will wrap us a seven-day mission in the Southland to promote the U.S. Navy.

For Questions Regarding Ship Tours Click Here.

Los Angeles Navy Week is here! Check out this ship visit schedule.

Adm. Greenert Talks Navy Week Los Angeles 2011

Navy Week Attracting Crowds, Hit with Businesses

Free Tours of USS Abraham Lincoln to Resume Saturday

Aboard USS Princeton

USS Princeton Bridge

Sailors Go Head to Head with Aspiring Chefs
By USNavySeals
Navy Week Los Angeles 2011 became the background for a unique competition, featuring what some may consider as unlikely competitors – Sailors against aspiring chefs. more …

The Navy Arrives at the St. Francis Center

Sailors Tour Screen Actor’s Guild
By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Sean Gallagher

LA Navy Week Offers Tours, Special Events
By Subha Ravindhran
LOS ANGELES (KABC) — For the very first time, it’s Navy Week in Los Angeles. Ship tours and other special events will be happening at the Port of L.A. more …

Overflow Crowds Cause Early Closure of Navy Week Carrier Tours
By Art Marroquin and Melissa Evans, Daily
Navy Week unleashed its own Carmageddon on Wednesday, creating hellish traffic conditions for tourists hoping to board the first aircraft carrier that has docked at the Port of Los Angeles in more than 20 years. more …

Abraham Lincoln Arrives Docks in L.A. for Navy Week
By Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times
A 20-story floating city nicknamed Abe arrived Monday morning at the Port of Los Angeles, complete with several thousand giddy personnel who, throughout the day, donned civvies to storm Southland beaches and attractions as part of L.A. Navy Week. more …

USS Abraham Lincoln Helps Los Angeles Community
U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Steve Johnson
Aviation Electrician’s Mate Airman Casey Smith was among the Navy Sailors from the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) who worked removing dirt and gravel at a landscape renovation project during Los Angeles Navy Week 2011. more …

Rear Adm. Shatynski Visits Mattel
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class T. J. Ortega
Rear Adm. Mike Shatynski, vice commander Naval Surface Forces 3rd Fleet, speaks with Mattel employees at the firm’s corporate headquarters. more …

America Needs a Strong Navy, Now More Than Ever
By Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert
It’s Navy Week in Los Angeles, not a routine event in a city currently without a coastal Navy base. However, L.A. is rich with naval influence and heritage nonetheless. more …

Rear Adm. Shoemaker Gives Media Interviews on Flight Deck of USS Abraham Lincoln
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class T. J. Ortega
Rear Adm. Troy Shoemaker speaks with Los Angeles media on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72). more …

NRD Los Angeles Helps Kids with Science and Math
U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Steve Johnson
As a vibrating string puts off enough energy to cause white ping-pong balls to quiver in mid-air, Damage Controlman 1st Class Jerry Wirth answers children’s questions on the Navy science displays… more …

USS Abraham Lincoln Arrives in Los Angeles for Navy Week; First Look Photos of Ship

Click here for Navy Week Los Angeles schedule of Navy Ship arrivals and tours available

Summer X Games

Los Angeles Navy Week
Media Release

America’s Navy, a Global Force for
Good, will come home to 21 cities in
2011 as part of a nationwide series of Navy Week celebrations.

Read this Navy Weeks Brochure to see what a Navy Week is all about
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2011 Navy Weeks

In 2011, 21 cities have been selected to host a Navy Week.
These cities include:
Tampa, Fla.
Austin, Texas
Dallas/Fort Worth
New Orleans
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Quad Cities
Rochester, N.Y.
– Detroit
Los Angeles
Fargo, N.D.
Omaha, Neb.
New England
Albuquerque, N.M.
El Paso, Texas
San Antonio

Follow this link for information about Navy Weeks held throughout America in 2011…




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