December 5, 2022

Danish & Navy Ships Collide in Inner Harbor

At Maryland Fleet Week 2022, in the Baltimore Inner Harbor, a Danish training ship hit the moored USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul on Sunday morning. No injuries were reported and no serious damages to the Navy ship occurred.

Navy Bests Army in Annual Football Matchup

Navy

The US Naval Academy Midshipmen beat the Army Black Nights in the annual football matchup Saturday 17-13. Navy now leads the historic series 62-52-7.

MQ-25 Stingray Arrives for Carrier Trials

Stingray

The US Navy’s new MQ-25 Stingray carrier-based tanker drone demonstrator is now aboard the USS George H.W. Bush aircraft carrier for the first time to begin deck-handling trials.

Survey: Women Reentering Workforce Want STEM Jobs

STEM

A new survey finds women who quit working during the COVID-19 pandemic now want jobs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — STEM — fields.

Pax Alums Selected for SpaceX Mission

SpaceX

Two US Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Pax River alums — Nicole Mann and Josh Cassada — have been selected to command and pilot NASA’s SpaceX Crew-5 mission headed to the International Space Station next year. The pair expected to fly on early missions of Boeing’s crew capsule, but instead will ride to orbit with SpaceX.

Hoyer Applauds PFAS Cleanup Plan

PFAS

The Environmental Protection Agency has unveiled the PFAS Roadmap, an interagency strategy to clean up PFAS contamination and ensure clean air and water, and products that are safe. Congressman Steny H. Hoyer applauded the EPA’s plan.