November 13, 2019

Art & Lifestyle:

e-Book “Embargo” Ignites Librarians -

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

USMSM Planning Open House Nov. 14 -

Sunday, November 10, 2019

Amateur Boxing Nov. 16 @ SMCM -

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Still Time to Be Festival of Trees Sponsor -

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

F-35s, Microwave Missiles – US Counters N Korea

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Weaponizing F-35s and new microwave missiles are among the developing arsenal of US counter measures in the face of North Korea’s continuing missile launches.

Hypoxia Episodes Continue to Haunt Fighter Jets

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F-35A pilots report five more Hypoxia-like episodes with tingling fingers and other symptoms. In June the deaths of four Hornet pilots were attributed to “physiological episodes” associated with the oxygen deprivation of Hypoxia.

Concerns Mount Over Vulnerability to Cyberattacks

cyberattacks

The US is increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks as Russia & China advance their cyber-warfare and cyber-espionage capabilities to challenge the US. Already classified military hardware data has been stolen.

Wallops Hopes to Land East Coast Drone Hub

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Virginia wants to establish a facility for drone testing at the Wallops Flight Facility. Officials say the permanent duty station would provide 400 jobs. It is in competition with Key West Naval Air Station and Mayport Naval Air Station in Florida.

JSF Could Be ‘Biggest White Elephants in History’

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In a scathing report of cost overruns and delays of the JSF, a former UK defense official says the fighter jet is already a white elephant.

FY14 Pentagon Funding Uncertainty “Extraordinary Situation”

Three very different 2014 DOD funding scenarios are still being considered a month and a half into the fiscal year.