The Pentagon is looking for a few good bad guys for practice dogfights.
The Navy’s X-47B UCAS completed its final test aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt and returned to its home base at NAS Pax River after eight days at sea.
Sen. Mikulski placed language in the defense bill that could prevent the wind farm from proceeding until a turbine side effects study is completed.
The $5.3 billion service contract has scores of eligible firms nationwide.
Navy cites a “significant lack of leadership and integrity” for its decision.
Lawmakers tackle defense spending this week.
Attack drone to undergo 2,000-volt shock test at Pax River.
Australia will push back a decision to buy Joint Strike Fighters for two years.
The Pentagon’s long-term aviation plan doesn’t seem concerned about Congressional wrangling.
The Navy’s acquisitions brass warn contractors that the new era of austerity will bring financial pain.