November 18, 2019

Art & Lifestyle:

Homelessness Prevention Board to Meet -

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Get Ready for a Suessified Christmas Carol -

Saturday, November 16, 2019

BECA Seeking Scholarships for 2020 -

Thursday, November 14, 2019

e-Book “Embargo” Ignites Librarians -

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Navy Tests Its Newest Firepower

Firepower

The USS Gabrielle Giffords tested its Naval Strike Missile last week in the Pacific. The Navy’s new sea-skimming cruise missile is difficult to spot on radar.

1st Guard Unit Receives Delivery of F-35s

Guard Unit F-35s

The Vermont Air National Guard took delivery of the first two of what will become 20 F-35 jets. It is the first Guard unit to receive the aircraft.

MQ-25 Stingray Drone Undergoing Series of Drills

MQ-25 stingray

New details and photos of Boeing’s MQ-25 Stingray drone are emerging and another prototype could be revealed soon.

Analyst: Space Corps ‘Not Dead at All’

Analyst: Space Corps 'Not Dead at All'

Though the defense policy bill passed by Congress won’t create a new branch of the military dedicated to space, it does make changes that lay the groundwork for a Space Corps to become a reality in the near future. One analyst says, “This issue is not dead at all.”

F-35 JSF Has Friends in High Places

F-35s Available for Flight

The chairman of the House Defense Appropriations Subcommittee and 70 House members are calling for an agreement with the Senate to pay for 11 new F-35s, while at the same time adding $100 million to help the Air Force fund advance procurement for 2018.

DoD Missing Own Goals on Competitive Bidding

Pentagon

DoD is falling short of its goals for bidding out contracts competitively.

Pentagon: Use of Military Drones in US Rare, Legal

UAV invisibility cloak

Military spy drones used for non-war purposes over the US almost exclusively for disaster relief or natural disaster training, according to the Pentagon.