February 20, 2020

Art & Lifestyle:

Full STEAM Ahead at Pax Museum Expo -

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Perfect Pilot Training at St. Mary’s Airport -

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Join Young Professionals for After-Hours Event -

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Museum Seeking Historic Items, Photos -

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Morning Coffee: Wind Farm Debate Continues

Eastern Shore wind energy

The Baltimore Sun expresses its support for the proposed wind farm and advocates a “win-win” solution that also protects NAS Pax River interests.

Morning Coffee: NAVAIR Head Seeks Contracting Reform

Vice Adm. David A. Dunaway

Vice Adm. Dunaway says overhead costs overwhelm the implementation of new technology and that there is a “stranglehold” of proprietary systems.

Surveillance Aircraft Top House Priority

Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities are top priorities and include the Northrop Global Hawk and Boeing P-8 aircraft.

Morning Coffee: UCLASS RFP Due This Summer

X-47B UCAS-D on USS Truman

The Boeing X-47B to start new sea trials and the UCLASS X-47B follow on RFP is scheduled for release this summer.

Morning Coffee: Navy Expands Plane Search

The USS Kidd, a guided missile destroyer, has now joined the USS Pinckney in the search effort for a missing Malaysian airliner.

Morning Coffee: 2015 Budget Cuts Deep

budget axe

Military personnel spending may drop to 2008 levels as DOD cuts back from steep wartime expenditures under the 2015 budget request released Tuesday.

Morning Coffee: P-8A Enters Full-Rate Production

Even as the Navy buys more aircraft, some pilots are planning for a future flying from a desk with a joy stick and keyboard.

Morning Coffee: Big DoD Cuts Still Miss Target

Personnel, benefits, ships and entire military bases are on the chopping block, but still DoD is far short of what sequestration might still require for FY2015.

Morning Coffee: Laser Weapons Improve

laser trap

The new generation of laser weapons are approaching the power and efficiency needed for active military use.

Morning Coffee: When Can UAVs Strike Americans?

Obama’s recent tightening of guidelines for the use of CIA attack UAVs is hampering efforts to eliminate a suspected American al-Qaida operative.