August 19, 2019

Navy & Partners Under ‘Dire’ Cyber Attacks

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National security secrets are spilling out from the Navy and its industry and academic partners from ongoing cyber attacks from Chinese and other hackers. An internal Navy review uncovered what officials call a “cyber siege” and equivalent to a deadly virus.

US & UK Accuse Russia of Global Cyber Attacks

global cyber attacks

The US and UK blame Russia for coordinated cyber attacks on internet devices across the globe. White House says the US is “going to push back.”

Military Aviation Crashes See Big Spike

Aviation Crashes

US Navy aviation mishaps have increased 82 percent in the past five years, the biggest spikes in accidents among all four services. Mishaps involving the F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet have jumped 108 percent over the same time period.

US Issues Alert About Cyber Attacks

New Normal on the Internet cyber

“FALLCHILL” – a malware out of the North Korean government, has been targeting the the aerospace, telecommunications, and financial industries since 2016.

F-35B’s Gun Pod Trials Completed

F-35's Gun Pod Trials Completed

F-35B’s GAU-22 gun pod testing completed at NAS Pax River.

Russia on Cyber Attack Accusations: Where’s the Proof?

Indicted for Hacking

A Russian government official says the US should prove Russia meddled in US elections or shut up about it.

Outgoing NavSec Supports Another BRAC

Increasing national defense costs on all fronts: pricing, sophistication of systems, rising non-traditional threats, and growing retiree expenses drives outgoing NavSec Mabus’ support for another BRAC, acknowledging the impact on the Navy and Marine Corps would be less severe than on the Army or Air Force.

US Readies For ‘Emerging Battlefield’ on Internet

Cyber Threats

On the Internet battlefield, who should the US fear most?

Allied Air Strikes on IS Continue

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Photos capture life aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier where US fighter jets launch to fight the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq .