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Tips For Moving
As USS Nimitz grows closer to her next homeport shift, Sailors have started wondering what life will be like in Everett. Some Sailors from USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) passed on some words of wisdom to the Sailors that will soon be taking their place at Naval Station Everett. To read Lincoln's Passdown: Tips to Living in Everett, click below.
Personnel who qualify for a homeport change (HPC) certificate to Everett, Wash., should be in the process of requesting their certificates now if they haven't already. Upon receipt of HPC certificates, Sailors and their families can move to Everett when they desire. Sailors are encouraged to talk to their Departmental Coordinators and their chain of command to coordinate the details of their move.
For those getting ready to move their family and household goods as part of the homeport change, click on the Important Documents and HPC Coordinators tabs to find all the information you will need as well as vital contact information that will get you through the move.
ADMIN - ENS Ehley and PSCM Bennett
AIMD - LT Baldoni and AZC Burnette
AIR - LT Thomas ABHCS Harris
COMBAT - ENS Tibi and FCCS Barry
DECK - LT Robinson and BMCS Wilson
ENG - CWO4 Sutler, HTCM Conduff and MRCS Agustin
HSD - LT Weiss and HMC Cunningham
LEGAL - LT Utter and LNCS Nail
MEDIA - LTJG Scarborough and MCC Jones
NAV - LT Ward and AC1 Reed
OPS - LCDR Toney and AC1 Hoyt
REACTOR - LT Gaunt and EMC Lavery
RELMIN - LT Melvin and RPC Gibson
SAFETY - LCDR Porton and ASC Bible
SUPPLY - LT Lovgren and CSC Delacruz
TRAINING - LCDR Reed and ETCS Phillips
WEPS - LTJG Chairez, AOC Sherwin and AOC Vergara
DPIA - LCDR Hink and ATC Maynard
EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER COORDINATOR - LT Weiss
Tips For Moving With Families
Sailors transferring to Nimitz after Feb. 15 will only qualify for one move to the area. According to their orders, they are expected to move their families to Everett and commute to Bremerton or receive geo-bachelor status and stay on the ship.
If someone chooses to move their family to Bremerton and gets the pay for it, they will not get any further money or travel time off for a move to Everett when the ship transfers in February next year.
If they choose to leave their family in Bremerton, they will not qualify for geo-bachelor status and separation pay because they were recommended and expected to move their family to Everett.
For housing options in Everett contact Naval Station Everett Housing at (800) 876-7022 or (425) 304-3402 or visit the housing and lodging page on www.navylifepnw.com
Click here to read Lincoln's Passdown: Tips to Living in Everett