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EHS Technologies Receives Two Navy Contracts
EHS Technologies Receives Two Navy Contracts

The U.S. Navy has awarded EHS Technologies two contracts with a total value of $37 million for cybersecurity, engineering and logistics services. read more...


Navy's USS Sampson Leaves Hawaii For International Fleet Review in New Zealand
Navy's USS Sampson Leaves Hawaii For International Fleet Review in New Zealand

The U.S. Navy's guided-missile destroyer USS Sampson has left Hawaii Thursday to join the New Zealand navy's International Naval Review in Auckland, New Zealand. read more...


Marine Corps Officials Visit NAVSUP WSS Philadelphia Site
Marine Corps Officials Visit NAVSUP WSS Philadelphia Site

U.S. Marine Corp Commandant Robert Neller and Assistant Deputy Commandant for Aviation William Taylor have visited the U.S. Navy's Naval Supply Systems Command weapon systems support site in Philadelphia Wednesday. read more...


Scalable Network Technologies Receives Contract to Support Navy's Network Emulator Software
Scalable Network Technologies Receives Contract to Support Navy's Network Emulator Software

The Defense Department has awarded Scalable Network Technologies a $13 million contract to provide technical and maintenance services for the U.S. Navy’s Joint Network Emulator software that works to support the emulation of communications networks. read more...



BRP Andres Bonifacio Arrives at Pearl Harbor Ahead of Philippine Port Visit
BRP Andres Bonifacio Arrives at Pearl Harbor Ahead of Philippine Port Visit

The U.S. Coast Guard's former cutter Boutwell, now named BRP Andres Bonifacio, is at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled port visit going to the Philippines. read more...


Navy Medicine Urges Sailors and Marines to Quit Smoking
Navy Medicine Urges Sailors and Marines to Quit Smoking

The U.S. Navy Medicine urges sailors, marines and their families to quit tobacco as part of the tobacco cessation month. read more...


Navy's USS Carl Vinson Conducts Live-Fire Exercise
Navy's USS Carl Vinson Conducts Live-Fire Exercise

Crew members of the U.S. Navy's aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson conducted a live-fire exercise with the ship's RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile and Phalanx Close-In weapons systems. read more...


US, Australian Navies Begin Diving Exercise in Sydney
US, Australian Navies Begin Diving Exercise in Sydney

Divers from the U.S. and Australian navies have commenced the Exercise DUGONG 16 diving activity in Sydney, Australia, that seeks to develop the divers' skills and interoperability. read more...


Navy's MUOS-5 Satellite Reaches Operational Orbit, Deploys Arrays
Navy's MUOS-5 Satellite Reaches Operational Orbit, Deploys Arrays

The U.S. Navy's fifth Mobile User Objective System satellite has arrived at operational orbit and has released its solar arrays and antennas. read more...


Navy's USS Germantown Returns to Japan After Routine Patrol
Navy's USS Germantown Returns to Japan After Routine Patrol

The U.S. Navy's Whidbey Island-class amphibious dock landing ship USS Germantown is back at Sasebo, Japan after the completion of its routine patrol in the western Pacific. read more...


JF Taylor Receives $75M Navy Contract for Battlespace Modeling Support
JF Taylor Receives $75M Navy Contract for Battlespace Modeling Support

The U.S. Navy has awarded J.F. Taylor a potential $75.4 million contract to support Naval Air Warfare Center aircraft division's integrated combat environment and battlespace modeling and simulation units. read more...


Navy's USS Frank Cable Completes 5-Month Indo-Asia-Pacific Deployment
Navy's USS Frank Cable Completes 5-Month Indo-Asia-Pacific Deployment

The U.S. Navy's Emory S. Land-class submarine tender USS Frank Cable has returned to U.S. Naval Base Guam from its five-month deployment to the Indo-Asia-Pacific region and U.S. Central Command area of operations. read more...


Navy Develops Technology to Advance LCS System
Navy Develops Technology to Advance LCS System

The U.S. Navy is working on a lighter-weight anti-submarine technology in an effort to develop the littoral combat ship’s capacity to track, locate and immobilize enemy submarines. read more...


US Navy Opens LiveSafe Application Pilot Program
US Navy Opens LiveSafe Application Pilot Program

The United States Fleet Forces Command of the U.S. Navy has commenced the six-month pilot program of the service branch's LiveSafe smartphone application developed in an effort to provide sailors and their families with strong communication. read more...


Navy Taps SAIC to Produce MK 48 Torpedo's Afterbody
Navy Taps SAIC to Produce MK 48 Torpedo's Afterbody

The U.S. Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command has awarded Science Applications International Corp. a potential $383 million contract to produce the afterbody/tailcone sections of the MK 48 Mod 7 heavyweight torpedo over a 2.3-year period. read more...



Air Force Develops Cloud-Based Data-Sharing Technology
Air Force Develops Cloud-Based Data-Sharing Technology

The U.S. Air Force's Kill Chain Integration Branch at Hanscom Air Force Base has started the Data-to-Decisions campaign in an effort to provide a fast way to distribute data among warfighters. read more...


Navy EOD Technicians Conduct Training Exercise With Army Specialists in Kuwait
Navy EOD Technicians Conduct Training Exercise With Army Specialists in Kuwait

The U.S. Navy's Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians conducted a week-long training exercise with the U.S. Army EOD specialists at Camp Buehring in Kuwait from Oct. 23 to 31. read more...


BAE Systems Secures $192M Zumwalt Combat System Activation Contract
BAE Systems Secures $192M Zumwalt Combat System Activation Contract

BAE Systems has secured a $192 million contract from the U.S. Navy to finish the installation and combat system activation for the guided missile destroyers USS Zumwalt and USS Michael Monsoor. read more...


Navy, Air Force Hold Joint Air Defense Exercise
Navy, Air Force Hold Joint Air Defense Exercise

The U.S. Navy's Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group and the U.S. Air Force conducted a joint air defense exercise in the Arabian Gulf on Oct. 25 in an effort to develop the collaboration of the service branches to protect aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower against aerial threats. read more...


US, Cambodia Navies Hold Annual Readiness, Training Exercise
US, Cambodia Navies Hold Annual Readiness, Training Exercise

The U.S. Navy and its Cambodian counterpart participated at the seventh annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training exercise in Cambodia in an effort to promote maritime security between the two countries. read more...


Navy's USS Carney Ends Operation in Black Sea
Navy's USS Carney Ends Operation in Black Sea

The U.S. Navy's Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Carney has left the Black Sea Sunday after its maritime security operations and theater security engagements with allies and partners in the region. read more...


Navy Officials Visit USS San Jacinto to Discuss Service Plans
Navy Officials Visit USS San Jacinto to Discuss Service Plans

Chief of Naval Personnel Vice Adm. Robert Burke and Master Chief Petty Officer April Beldo visited the U.S. Navy's guided-missile cruiser USS San Jacinto Sunday to discuss the adjustments applied to the Enlisted Rating Modernization program and Sailor 2025 initiative. read more...



Adm. Harry Harris: Indo-Asia-Pacific Still Most Important Region for US
Adm. Harry Harris: Indo-Asia-Pacific Still Most Important Region for US

U.S. Navy Adm. Harry Harris Jr., commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, has said the Indo-Asia-Pacific region is still the most important area for the future of U.S. operations. read more...


NSA's Michael Rogers : Inconsistent Govt-Industry Cooperation Impedes Fight Against Cyber Attacks
NSA's Michael Rogers : Inconsistent Govt-Industry Cooperation Impedes Fight Against Cyber Attacks

U.S. Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, director of the National Security Agency, has said inconsistent coordination between the government and private sector has impeded the fight against cyber attacks. read more...


US Military Set to Launch 'Red Air' Training Requirements
US Military Set to Launch 'Red Air' Training Requirements

The U.S. military is set to launch Red Air training requirements in an effort to accommodate a larger airframe and address the lack of pilots. read more...


Navy Aircraft Joins Post-Earthquake Ground Assessment in New Zealand
Navy Aircraft Joins Post-Earthquake Ground Assessment in New Zealand

The U.S. Navy's P-3C Orion aircraft in Hawaii participated in the assessment of ground damage in New Zealand following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that hit the country's South Island. read more...



Army Secretary Eric Fanning: New Missions Include Shore-Based Defense Against Warships
Army Secretary Eric Fanning: New Missions Include Shore-Based Defense Against Warships

U.S. Army Secretary Eric Fanning has said the Army will attack enemy warships using missile systems stationed on shore as part of its future missions. read more...


Navy's USS McCampbell Visits Philippines
Navy's USS McCampbell Visits Philippines

The U.S. Navy's Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS McCampbell is in Manila, Philippines, for a port visit. read more...


Navy's Next Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyer Named After Frank Peterson Jr.
Navy's Next Arleigh Burke-Class Destroyer Named After Frank Peterson Jr.

The U.S. Navy has named its next Arleigh Burke-class destroyer after Frank E. Petersen Jr., in honor of the late lieutenant general who was also the first African-American U.S. Marine Corps aviator and general officer. read more...


BAE to Repair, Maintain Navy's USS New Orleans Under Potential $52M Contract
BAE to Repair, Maintain Navy's USS New Orleans Under Potential $52M Contract

BAE Systems will work on the renovation and maintenance of the U.S. Navy's amphibious transport dock ship USS New Orleans under a potential $51.5 million contract. read more...


Navy's Future USS John Finn Finishes Acceptance Trials
Navy's Future USS John Finn Finishes Acceptance Trials

The U.S. Navy's future USS John Finn has finished a series of demonstrations as part of acceptance trials and returned to Pascagoula, Mississippi, on Nov. 3. read more...



Navy's USS Somerset Reaches Singapore for Port Visit
Navy's USS Somerset Reaches Singapore for Port Visit

The U.S. Navy's amphibious transport dock USS Somerset has reached Singapore for a port visit Sunday. read more...




Navy Conducts Diving Operation on USS Salute Wreckage in Brunei
Navy Conducts Diving Operation on USS Salute Wreckage in Brunei

Divers from the U.S. Navy's Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit 1 have collaborated with Brunei's navy personnel to conduct diving operations at the wreckage of former USS Salute from Nov. 16 to 18. read more...


Navy Sec. Ray Mabus Visits Sailors, Marines in Hawaii
Navy Sec. Ray Mabus Visits Sailors, Marines in Hawaii

U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has visited sailors and U.S. Marine Corps personnel assigned to Hawaii at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and Marine Corps Base Hawaii Wednesday. read more...


BP Products North America to Supply Fuel to Navy, Army, Air Force
BP Products North America to Supply Fuel to Navy, Army, Air Force

The Defense Logistics Agency has chosen BP Products North America to supply fuel products to the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force under a one-year, $559 million contract. read more...


Navy's F-35B Swaps Engine at Sea Under Final Dev't Test Phase
Navy's F-35B Swaps Engine at Sea Under Final Dev't Test Phase

The U.S. Navy's F-35B Lightning II has swapped power module and engine at sea aboard the USS America amphibious assault ship as part of the aircraft's third and final developmental test phase. read more...


Navy Taps Lockheed to Provide Sonar Engineering Support Under $125M Modification
Navy Taps Lockheed to Provide Sonar Engineering Support Under $125M Modification

Lockheed Martin will provide engineering and technical assistance for the U.S. Navy's commercial off-the-shelf sonar equipment under a $125.2 million contract modification. read more...


Navy to Use L-3 Communications Binocular Night-Vision Devices
Navy to Use L-3 Communications Binocular Night-Vision Devices

The U.S. Navy has awarded L-3 Communications a $49 million contract to provide binocular night-vision devices that work to develop Special Operation Forces members' visual acuity in low-light conditions. read more...


Adm. Harry Harris: Trump, Duterte Will Not Hinder US Commitment to Pacific Nations
Adm. Harry Harris: Trump, Duterte Will Not Hinder US Commitment to Pacific Nations

U.S. Navy Adm. Harry Harris Jr., commander of the U.S. Pacific Command, has said President-elect Donald Trump and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte will not hinder the U.S.'s 70-year military commitment to partners and allies in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. read more...


Navy Taps CACI, Other Companies to Support NETC Training Under $192M IDIQ
Navy Taps CACI, Other Companies to Support NETC Training Under $192M IDIQ

The U.S. Navy has tasked CACI International and other companies to provide training and curriculum development support to the Naval Education and Training Command under a potential six-year, $192 million, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. read more...




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