Naval Magazine Indian Island to conduct security training exercise

PORT HADLOCK — Naval Magazine Indian Island will conduct a security training exercise today, Thursday, Aug. 13.

Installation personnel and residents living in the communities surrounding Indian Island could notice increased activity at the main gate of the installation.

Training activities may include the use of blank ammunition, loud sirens and bright blue flashing lights.

To protect participants from COVID-19, Indian Island personnel “will comply with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Defense by implementing proper physical distancing when practicable and by wearing cloth masks,” a press release said.

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