May 25, 2024

First East Coast STUAS Fllight from Webster Field

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Small Tactical UAS makes first East Coast flight from Webster Field, reports Defence Talk.

Chair of Senate panel briefed privately on F-35 wants to make developments public,  tomorrow, reports Defense Daily. (Paywall)

Russian engineers create motorcycle helmets using fighter jet augmented reality, reports Wired.

DoD  report on item by item impact of sequestration in 2013 budget headlines reports linked to Defense Industry Daily. DoD now preparing report, due July 1, on sequestration impacts in 2014, reports Defense News.

Thirty Rosie-the-Riveters returned to a hulk of a building where they’d helped manufacture a B24 bomber every 55 minutes during WWII. The Navy Times posts Detroit Free Press’ Nathan Bomey’s story of their visit.

All VA regional centers now converted to paperless processing, reports Next Gov.

V-22s garnering purchasing interest as the 2013 Paris Air Show opens, reports Defense News.

DoD to release today plans for opening more combat jobs to women, reports CNN Security Clearance. the Navy will be the first to open to women opportunities to serve in elite combat units, reports DEFCON Hill.

Naval Academy football players may face sexual assault charges, reports CNN Security Clearance.

Navy releases  RFPs with specs for UCLASS design to four firms, reports Flight Global.

Despite recent audit, Boeing says P-8 Poseidons still on production track, reports Defense Tech.

Arming Syrian rebels unpopular reports poll, says CNN Security, which also reports Al Qaeda in Syria  is today’s best armed terrorist group. Sen. Tom Udall warns against intervention, reports The Hill.

President Obama defends NSA surveillance programs, reports The Hill from Mr. Obama’s interviews with Charlie Rose and BuzzFeed transcript.

Names of Guantanamo detainees released, reports CNN Security Clearance.



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