Citadel Shield exercise slated

SILVERDALE — Navy Region Northwest has announced that its bases will participate in Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain 2025 from Monday through Friday, Feb. 16.

The annual anti-terrorism and force protection exercise will be conducted at all naval installations within the continental U.S.

Local residents may see or hear smoke, small explosive sounds, loudspeaker announcements and increased vehicle or vessel activity on or near installations, according to a Navy press release.

There may also be increased traffic and delays in base access due to temporary gate closures.

For more information, call the Navy Region Northwest Public Affairs Office at 360-396-1630 or email cnrnwpao@us.navy.mil.

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