Visit US Navy Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek and 
NATO Allied Command Transformation in 
Norfolk, VA
 
As part of JINSA's base visit program we will be visiting US Navy Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek and NATO Allied Command Transformation. Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek is home to the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC), which is responsible for organizing, manning, training, equipping, and sustaining the Navy Expeditionary Combat Force (NECF). As a member of JINSA's delegation, you will observe and engage with Sailors at the NECF, who serve in a variety of expeditionary units that provide unique intelligence and logistics capabilities. 

NATO's Allied Command Transformation fulfills its mission of preserving peace and security of Alliance member states by leading warfare development of military structures, forces and capabilities. NATO strategizes on global security issues, develops capabilities for Allied members to secure their territories, and engages with other powers for stronger global stability.

March 16-17
Delegation led by  VADM Carol Pottenger, USN (ret.)
Former Deputy Chief of Staff, Capability Development at NATO  Headquarters Supreme Allied Commander Transformation; 
JINSA Board of Advisors

Monday, March 16
Joint Expeditionary Base
Little Creek
  • Strategic briefings by US Navy officers
  • Observe and engage personnel in the performance of their duties
  • Tours of operational forces including:
    • Amphibious Assault Craft Unit
    • Coastal Riverine Simulator Training
    • Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group
Delegation Dinner
with VADM Pottenger and senior base leadership









Tuesday, March 17
NATO Allied Command Transformation
  • NATO operations briefings by senior leadership
  • Learn first hand how NATO Allied Command fulfills its core mission to contribute to preserving peace, security and territorial integrity of Alliance member states 

Registration is $850
*The Navy and NATO do not charge for access and all proceeds go to JINSA. 
*This program is open exclusively to current paid JINSA leaders at the Chairman's Circle ($50,000+), Guardians ($25,000+), Defenders ($10,000+), and Advocate ($5,000+) levels. Due to the limited number of spots, this invitation is non transferable and is intended for the recipient only.


To RSVP or to learn more about this visit, please contact 
Harris Vederman at  hvederman@jinsa.org or call (202) 667-390 0 .

Airport Details: We suggest you fly into Norfolk International Airport  which  is located approximately 20 minutes from the hotel

Hotel Details: Room block at Norfolk Waterside Marriott,  $96/night 
235 E Main St., Norfolk, VA 23510

To reserve, please  click here or call (757) 627-4200. 
Room block is under group code: "JINSA".
~ Expires February 21 ~
Mission of JINSA Base Visits

JINSA organizes base visits as part of our outreach efforts to ensure that our leadership understands the work our servicemen and women are doing to keep the U.S. safe and to bring this knowledge back to their communities to advocate for a strong U.S. military. Conversely, we also educate officers and enlisted ranks on the important work JINSA is doing nationally and in their communities.
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