September 22, 2023

NAWCAD Industry Day Set May 9


The Patuxent Partnership announces a date change for the NAWCAD Industry Day at the University System of Maryland, Southern Maryland SMART Building. The event will be held from 1 to 4 pm Monday, May 9, 2022.

1st Step Taken in Renaming Bases, Ships With Confederate Names


The first members of the commission to rename at least 10 Army bases and possibly two Navy ships that honor the Confederacy have been appointed by acting DefSec Christopher Miller.

Pax Partnership Elects New Board of Directors


The Patuxent Partnership recently elected its 2020-2021 Board of Directors. 

TPP Directors Introduced at Annual Meeting


TPP is led by a Board of Directors, the incoming board members were introduced at The Patuxent Partnership’s annual meeting. Meet the 2020 TPP Directors here.

Pax Partnership Announces New Leadership

New Leadership

The Patuxent Partnership has announced New Leadership for the new year. The 2019 Board of Directors has been appointed, with five new members and returning members to fill the slate of officers and board members. 

STEM Takes Flight Across the Nation

Pax Partnership and NAWCAD are among leaders across the nation bringing education and defense together to bolster hands-on, STEM education initiatives. One of the latest is in Chicago, reaching high school and early college students.

Pax Partnership Leads Team to Open Flight Academy

Retired Lockheed Martin CEO Norm Augustine attends the opening of the Patuxent River Flight Academy, which joins only two other national flight academies, one in Huntsville, Alabama and the other in Pensacola, Florida.

When the Admiral Speaks, Everyone Listens

Vice Adm David Dunaway

Vice Adm. David Dunaway and his leadership team address the future of NAVAIR.

VADM Dunaway to Outline Action Plan for NAVAIR

Vice Adm. David A. Dunaway

Leaders of the Naval Air Systems Command to outline priorities and goals at panel presentation.

Economist Says Sequestration Will Hit St. Mary’s County

Anirban Basu

Economist Anirban Basu sees difficult times ahead for St. Mary’s County.