January 21, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

Live Boxing Returns to So. Maryland -

Friday, January 14, 2022

Forrest Center to Host Tech Expo Jan. 20 -

Monday, January 10, 2022

Artists Sought to Paint Benches at Art Park -

Sunday, January 9, 2022

Find Out What Your Treasures Are Worth -

Tuesday, January 4, 2022

What’s Next for Corps’ F-35 Fleet?

F-35

Though the US Marine Corps beat the Navy to having a deployment-ready F35C squadron, the long-term future for the corps’ F-35 fleet is in question. The reasons: the Marines have a limited number of pilots for the F-35 and the corps has been putting more focus on unmanned aerial systems.

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DoD Photos Take a Look Back at 2021

DoD

The Defense Department offers a glimpse into the lives and work of US military members across the globe in 2021 through the lenses of military photographers.

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DoD End-of-Year Contracts Dec. 27-30

These are the end-of-year Department of Defense contracts awarded in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, region from December 27-December 30.

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DoD End-of-Year Contracts Dec. 16-23

End-of-Year Contracts

End-of-year Department of Defense contracts awarded in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC, region from December 16-December 23.

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Morning Coffee Is Off the Burner

Morning Coffee is off the burner for the holidays. Please keep in your thoughts all those working to keep the world safe, especially during this time. We will be percolating again Monday, January 3, 2022.

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Log4j Attacks Java Worldwide

Ransomware cyber

CISA is urging immediate action from the private sector as well as government to patch and mitigate the danger of Log4j, a vulnerability within the ubiquitous Java software that only came to light last week.

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Lawmakers Invest & Vote on Defense

Democrats and Republicans serving on the congressional Armed Services committees continued to invest in or cash out holdings with important contractors in the military and defense industry, according to a Business Insider review of 9,000 financial disclosure reports.

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Navy: Jet Fuel Spill Caused Water Contamination

Water

US Navy officials believe contaminated tap water that went to Hawaii military households came from a one-time jet fuel spill in November and was not caused by a leak from aging underground fuel storage tanks above an aquifer.

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Navy Bests Army in Annual Football Matchup

Navy

The US Naval Academy Midshipmen beat the Army Black Nights in the annual football matchup Saturday 17-13. Navy now leads the historic series 62-52-7.

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Navy to Fight Hawaii’s Fuel Tank Orders

Hawaii wants the Navy to treat contaminated drinking water and remove fuel from the massive 20 underground storage tanks at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. NavSec Carlos Del Toro describes strategic dangers and particularly bad timing to drain the fuel supply facility serving the Pacific Fleet.

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