Unmanned systems aren’t safe from Pentagon budget cuts.
The service is expanding its activities, especially in the Pacific, according to the Chief of Naval Operations.
Report outlines Adm. Jonathan Greenert’s priorities for 2013.
Under sequestration, the Poseidon, Super Hornet and Joint Strike Fighter programs would all lose some new aircraft.
Job reductions hit the sensor unit, including 75 in the DC area, as defense giant tightens up.
Admiral’s recent article says fast payloads and electronic attack are more important.
Green Hornet Team and Maritime Patrol office get nod from top naval officer.
A new estimate places the unmanned plane’s hardware cost at $about $170 million apiece.
P-8A Poseidon makes its debut in Navy’s “Bold Alligator” training operation.
Lockheed just filed a patent for a six-engine, six-tilt-rotor aircraft.