June 20, 2019

Navy Admonished to Fix Pilot Hypoxia Issues

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The House Armed Services Committee tells the Navy to “fix” physiological issues facing fighter jet pilots and student pilots. Hypoxia incidents have been increasing in Navy aircraft over the past decade.

F-35B Makes First Sloped Landings

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The F-35B is taking to the skies over Bogue, North Carolina. The short-takeoff-and-vertical-landing fighter is scheduled to continue sloped surface vertical-landing tests through late February 2018.

Hoyer Says Sequestration Needs to Be Replaced

Hoyer prefers a budget with targeted cuts and additional revenues instead of a continuing resolution.

Continuing Resolution Passes the Senate

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The House must now approve Senate amendments and forward the bill to Obama to avoid a shutdown.

DoD to Begin Issuing Furlough Notices this Week

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Meanwhile, a fight over the MEADS missile program stalls a continuing budget resolution in Congress.

Senate Struggles to Prevent Shutdown Before Break

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A continuing resolution bill is still winding its way through as Congress prepares to leave for two weeks.

NAVAIR Industry Day Coming March 20

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Learn about the latest acquisition priorities of the Naval Air Systems Command Wednesday.

GAO: The F-35 Is Still a Financial Risk

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The General Accounting Office says the Joint Strike Fighter’s affordability is still a major concern.

Continuing Resolution Passes the House

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The bill does not stop sequestration, and the Senate is crafting an alternative plan.

House Bill to Stop Government Shutdown Introduced

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House Republicans have introduced a continuing resolution to prevent a government shutdown March 27.