Poseidon Program Already Fighting Tech Obsolescence
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The Navy gave Boeing $8.5 million more to upgrade the electronic warfare suite on the P-8A Poseidon, because the current electronics are already obsolete, according to Military & Aerospace Electronics.
Washington Technology profiles how Neany broke $100 million in contracts.
Eastern Shore officials tour Naval Air Station Patuxent River to see the potential negative impact of offshore windmills on the Navy’s testing operations, The Enterprise reports.
Watchdogs and unions push to decrease contractor executive pay by 70 percent, FCW reports.
DOD is pushing ahead on multiyear procurement talks, despite a current Congressional ban (paywall), Inside Defense reports.
National Defense asks, who is responsible for bringing down the cost of biofuels, the Navy or industry?
The Air Force restarts pilot formation training for V-22 Osprey drivers after this year’s crashes, AOL News reports.