The commanding officer of NAS Pensacola wants to restore public access to the installation.
Navy Capt. Terrence Shashaty told the Pensacola News Journal this week that officials are brainstorming ideas. NAS Pensacola locked down the base after a terrorist attack in 2020.
“It’s just trying to figure out how to do it safely and securely to be able to provide public access to that,” Shashaty told the Pensacola News Journal.
The Navy captain also plans to host the Blue Angels Homecoming Airshow. The annual event relocated to Pensacola Beach as part of a plan to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
– Jason Delgado, Florida Politics