Trident Refit Facility Bangor graphic logo Trident Refit Facility Bangor VPP graphic logo

Home : Home : TRFB

TRFB Mission & vision

Mission:  To support our nation's strategic deterrent by repairing, incrementally overhauling, and modernizing Pacific Fleet SSBNs during refits.

Vision:  We are a highly capable and responsive maintenance command supporting the Pacific SSBN Fleet with professional, skilled, and dedicated people.


 

NEWS
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research Development, and Acquisition James F. Geurts tours a submarine trainer at Trident Training Facility Bangor, Nov. 17. As the authority for all Navy acquisition functions, programs and weapons systems, Geurts visited strategic-deterrent units in the Pacific Northwest to see current operations, training and maintenance facilities fist-hand, and to discuss ongoing preparations and planning for the new Columbia class of ballistic-missile submarines.
Assistant Secretary of the Navy (RD&A) Visits Units in Pacific Northwest
By Petty Officer 1st Class Andrea Perez | Nov. 17, 2020
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research Development, and Acquisition James F. Geurts visited

Trident Refit Facility Bangor Commanding Officer Capt. Robert Figgs bumps elbows with Elizabeth Vanderwielen before presenting her a Department of the Navy certificate of apprenticeship during TRFB’s 2020 Puget Sound Naval Shipyard & Intermediate Maintenance Facility Apprentice School Graduation ceremony at the Naval Base Kitsap–Bangor Chapel.
TRF Bangor Celebrates Apprentice Graduation Ceremony
By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Victoria Foley | Nov. 6, 2020
Trident Refit Facility Bangor (TRFB) held their own celebration of 19 graduates from the Puget Sound

Trident Refit Facility Bangor (TRFB) recently welcomed a new Regional Navy Afloat Maintenance Training Strategy (NAMTS) coordinator (RNC), Jesse Chapman, who will oversee coordinating, tracking and qualifying all Sailors enrolled in the NAMTS program at TRFB and aboard the aircraft carriers located at Naval Base Kitsap - Bremerton, which includes all active duty non-nuclear maintenance rates and participating Reserve Sailors. TRFB was established in the Pacific Northwest on July 31, 1981, as the primary maintenance facility for the West Coast Ballistic Missile Submarines (SSBN) fleet. TRFB’s principle mission is to support the nation’s strategic deterrence mission by repairing, incrementally overhauling, and modernizing the Ohio-class and the future Columbia-class until the end of service life. The TRFB team is comprised of approximately 500 military and 1,500 civilians. (Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Kevin Elizaire)
TRFB welcomes new Regional NAMTS Coordinator
By Chief Petty Officer Rebecca Ives, TRFB Public Affairs | Sept. 23, 2020
Trident Refit Facility Bangor (TRFB) recently welcomed a new Regional Navy Afloat Maintenance

Command Master Chief Petty Officer T.R. Glazner, from Lexington, North Carolina, assigned to Trident Refit Facility, Bangor, stands alongside his wife, Arwen, and children, Wyatt and Addisyn, after accepting the Naval Submarine League’s 2020 Fleet Master Chief Frank A. Lister award, Sept. 16.
TRF Bangor Command Master Chief wins leadership award
By Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Andrea Perez | Sept. 16, 2020
SILVERDALE, Wash. (Sept. 16, 2020) – Command Master Chief Petty Officer T. R. Glazner, from

TRFB aces audit
By Chief Petty Officer Rebecca Ives, TRFB Public Affairs | Sept. 11, 2020
Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) conducted a Submarine Safety Program (SUBSAFE) Functional Audit

TRF Bangor welcomes SurgeMain Sailors
By Chief Petty Officer Rebecca Ives, TRFB Public Affairs | Sept. 10, 2020
Reserve Sailors from the Navy’s Surge Maintenance program (SurgeMain) arrived at Trident Refit

Jonathan Hagen, Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Coordinator at Trident Refit Facility Bangor (TRFB) is presented with the VPP Special Government Employee 2020 Regional Award by Capt. Robert Figgs, TRFB commanding officer.
TRF Bangor VPP coordinator wins SGE award
By Kristin L. Carver, TRFB Public Affairs | Aug. 27, 2020
Jonathan Hagen, Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Coordinator at Trident Refit Facility Bangor

Trident Refit Facility, Bangor (TRFB) plankowner, Thomas Cox, with the Repair Department (Code 300), is recognized for his 40 years of honorable service to the U.S. Government by the Repair Department Superintendent Mike Carpentier, in a small ceremony Aug. 5. Carpentier gave Cox a copy of the USS Ohio Class product line fact-book, an artifact from the launch of the submarine that Cox has spent his career maintaining.
Last Plank Owner of TRFB receives Federal Length of Service Award - 40 Years
By Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Emilia C. Hilliard | Aug. 5, 2020
Trident Refit Facility Bangor (TRFB) Commanding Officer Capt. Robert Figgs presented Thomas Cox Jr.,
SOCIAL MEDIA

RESOURCES