January 22, 2018

Navy Officers Face Criminal Charges for Pacific Collisions

McCain

Five Navy officers and a chief petty officer have been recommended for possible criminal charges in connection with the separate collisions of the USS John McCain and USS Fitzgerald.

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Cyber Threats Outpacing Protections

Cyber Threats

The World Economic Forum’s report on cyber threats will be presented to 3,000 world leaders at Davos later this month, warning there is no “simple policy solution or silver bullet here,” that working collaboratively in the cybersecurity space is difficult.

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AH-1Z Undergoing Testing at Pax

AH-1Z

The US Navy has successfully completed its first joint air-to-ground missile flight test on the AH-1Z helicopter at NAS Patuxent River.

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Morning Coffee Is Off the Burner

Morning Coffee is off the burner today. We’ll be back Jan. 16.

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F-35s Made for Modern Electronic Warfare

F-35

An analysis of the F-35 finds the joint strike fighter an excellent fit into the demands of modern electronic warfare.

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Norquist to Give Update on DoD Audit

House Will Hear of DoD Audit's Progress

Department of Defense Comptroller David Norquist is scheduled to testify before the House Armed Services Committee this week to discuss the progress of the Pentagon’s audit.

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SpaceX Launches Secret Govt. Satellite

SpaceX Launches Secret Govt. Satellite

SpaceX launched a secret US government satellite called Zuma on Sunday from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

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7th Fleet Boosts Stealth Attack Options

US boosts stealth attack options in the Pacific by deploying new Marine F-35B fighter jets from the the USS Wasp, which arrived this weekend into the area of operations.

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Self-Driving Cars in Terrorists’ Future Also

self-driving cars

The future is bright for self-driving cars, but credible reports out of Finland show terrorist groups considering how autonomous vehicles can replace suicide bombers and conduct ramming attacks.

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DoD Promises Bureaucratic Streamlining in 2018

DoD

DoD to add three new offices and a new IT program executive to address needed bureaucratic streamline of operations throughout the Pentagon including in acquisitions and IT.

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