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Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Huntington Ingalls to Buy Alion: $1.65B

Huntington Ingalls Industries to buy Alion Science and Technology in $1.65B deal. Alion is among a number of recent acquisitions as the large shipbuilder seeks to move toward emerging technologies like unmanned systems. 

Space Command Tracking Falling Debris

Space Command is tracking Chinese rocket-launch debris heading this way. The rocket is set to reenter Earth’s atmosphere this weekend, raising concerns about where its debris may make impact. Last year a similar Chinese rocket-launch landed in the Atlantic Ocean after leaving a trail of debris in the African nation of Cote D’Ivoire. 

DHS Downplays Russian Threat, Says Whistleblower

Russian Threat

Top Trump appointees at the Department of Homeland Security repeatedly sought to censor or stop reports on Russian influence activities in the United States, according to a whistleblower report released by the House Intelligence Committee,

Women to Register for the Draft, Says Panel

draft women

For the first time in US history, a Selective Service panel will recommend requiring women between 18 and 25 register for future military drafts as young men are required to do.

China Blames US for Hong Kong Election Results

Hong Kong

Following the overwhelming pro-democracy vote in Hong Kong, China is accusing the US of meddling in its internal affairs.

Debate Reopens on Atlantic Wind Farm Project

Wind Farm

The Maryland Public Service Commission is reopening discussion about a wind turbine project in the Atlantic off the shores of Ocean City after developers of the project say they want to build the turbines more than 200 feet taller that originally proposed.

$126M Aircraft Parts Found in 1st DoD Audit

aircraft parts

With its next audit due out in two weeks, the Navy hopes its tracking system has improved. Last year’s audit found $126M in aircraft parts the Navy didn’t even know it had. It also didn’t know it had the warehouse where they’d been stored.

War Crime Pardons May Mark Memorial Day

Trump

President Donald Trump could take the occasion of the 2019 Memorial Day weekend to pardon multiple former US service members accused or convicted of war crimes.

Trump Shifts Military From Counterterrorism to Competition

Trump

The Trump administration shifts US military focus from counterterrorism to competition with peer adversaries such as China.