Administration and Personnel Offices
VSF-1 Home Duty Station
Bay Stand Down
Serving those who have served our Nation is the primary goal of the East Bay Stand Down. We treat the veteran participants with respect and dignity. Their former service to our nation is evidence of their ability to succeed and is also reason enough for our community to support them in regaining success.
Since the first East Bay Stand Down in 1999, our goals have been to provide a respite from the streets so that needy and homeless veterans can examine avenues of assistance. We help to place the participants into residential programs, offer employment, and to provide follow-up programs of various types. During recent East Bay Stand Downs, we have "bumped it up a notch" by providing more services and higher quality services. We offer all new clothing, boots and other basic needs. Through the support of local dentists we offer quality oral health care, as well as follow up care after the event.
The USS Hornet Museum and the NAS Alameda Museum
Carrier Air Wing 8 (CVW-8) - 1966/1967 Cruise