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Camden – Kings Bay Council Membership Roster
This roster lists all regional members of the Navy League of the United States, their membership category and national membership expiration data. The roster also shows those that are members of the Camden – Kings Bay Council.

2017 Camden – Kings Bay Annual Report
Each year, the Camden – Kings Bay Council prepares and submits an Annual Report to the national Navy League. The Annual Report documents the events, activities and other support provided to the sea services, the community and our youth programs during the previous year. The information in the Annual Report is used by the national organization to recognize Councils as Outstanding, Meritorious or Honorable Mention.

Membership Application
Please print, complete and return this form to join the Camden – Kings Bay Navy League Council. Note: you must already be a member of the national Navy League of the United States before you can join our Council. Current members will be sent a membership renewal form approximately two months prior to their membership expiration, and will receive a Second Notice approximately one month prior to expiration.

Security Form 5512 – Base Access Request
A completed Form 5512 is required to be submitted by all civilians wishing to enter Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay to attend a Camden – Kings Bay Council event being held on the SUBASE. Download the Form and Instructions here (for easiest download use MS Internet Explorer), complete the Form and mail, or scan and email, to the Camden – Kings Bay Council representative taking reservations for the event. She/He will send your Form 5512 to the appropriate point of contact on the SUBASE.

If there are issues with your Form 5512 you will be notified. Otherwise, assume that your name will be on the “cleared” list at the gate on the day of the event.

Form 5512 is now good for 179 days from the date of issue; a new Form 5512 must be submitted after 179 days.

Subase Re-Adoption Proclamation
Our Council formally adopted Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, and by extension all subordinate commands, on April 14, 2011, with CAPT John O’Neill, Commanding Officer, representing his command. View the original Adoption Proclamation here. On October 9, 2014, a Re-Adoption Ceremony was held, and a Re-Adoption Proclamation signed, following the change of command at which CAPT James Jenks assumed command. On April 13, 2017, our Council re-adopted the SUBASE, with CAPT Brian Lepine, commanding officer, and Sam Colville, Council President, signing the Proclamation.

MSST Re-Adoption Proclamation
On February 12, 2015, our Council conducted a Re-Adoption Ceremony of Coast Guard Maritime Safety & Security Team Kings Bay, following the change of command at which LCDR Eric Casper relieved LCDR Matt Baer as commanding officer. On January 28, 2012, the Camden – Kings Bay Council originally adopted MSST Kings Bay in a ceremony held at MSST headquarters in St. Marys. View the original Adoption Proclamation here.

Coast Guard Community Proclamation
The county of Camden and its cities, St. Marys, Kingsland and Woodbine, were officially designated a Coast Guard Community in a proclamation signed on January 23, 2014, by ADM Robert Papp, commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard. Our Council, along with The Camden Partnership and the Camden County Chamber of Commerce, was instrumental in applying for and receiving this honor. The designation, endorsed by congressional committees who have oversight over the Coast Guard and the approval by Coast Guard headquarters in Washington, D.C., was made to recognize the outstanding support Camden County provides to the Coast Guard, its personnel and their families. Camden County and its cities now join 15 other cities throughout the nation to be designated but is the first to be designated a Coast Guard Community.