June 1, 2020

Base Officials Release Statement on EPA Fines

hazardous waste sign

Pax River spokesman says “most of the violations were administrative or procedural in nature.”

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Pax River Fined $38,000 for EPA Violations

The Environmental Protection Agency found violations in 11 buildings at Pax River and Webster Field.

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Obama States that Military Sequestration Won’t Happen

Barack Obama

The Navy says it will begin planning for sequestration cuts as early as next month.

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Poseidon Program Already Fighting Tech Obsolescence

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Navy allocates $8.5 million to replace the aircraft’s electronic warfare technology.

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Dunaway: NAVAIR’s Funding ‘Pretty Stable for the Next 6 Months’

Vice Adm. David A. Dunaway

Meanwhile, Congress adjourns without fixing automatic sequestration cuts.

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‘Fiscal Cliff’ Gets Short Shrift in Presidential Debate?

US Capitol

The Aerospace Industries Association is unhappy that Tuesday night’s presidential debate did not get into sequestration.

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Election Could Polarize House Armed Services Committee

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Election turnover could threaten the bipartisan atmosphere of Congress’ House military oversight committee.

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Marines Wrapping Up Integrator Developmental Testing


The Corps prepares to purchase a few RQ-21As, which began testing at Webster Field, for further development.

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Mergers Could Stall After BAE/EADS Deal Collapse

BAE Systems

Defense M&A faces headwind after Europe’s high-profile breakdown, but mid-tier and specialized firms could see opportunities.

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Rear Adm. Darrah to Take Command of NAWCAD

Rear Adm. Mark Darrah

F-35 weapons system program manager will replace Rear. Adm. Randy Mahr.

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