June 27, 2022

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DoD Creates New UFO Task Force

UFO

The Defense Department will streamline the collection and analysis of UFO reports, following the government’s acknowledgment that these reports are worth studying and might pose a threat to national security.

CTSi Wins SBIR for Air/Ship Embedded Training Environment

CTSi Coherent Technical

Coherent Technical Services Inc. has earned a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research award from the Office of Naval Research to develop a Simulated Air Scenario Embedded Training environment for both pilots and ship personnel.

Great Mills CyberPatriots Compete

Visibility in the Dark

Seven teams from Great Mills High School competed in the Maryland State CyberPatriots competition on Jan. 19, 2018, with support from The Patuxent Partnership. 

TPP Quadcopter Initiative Starts in November

Quadcopter Initiative

The Patuxent Partnership has initiated a UAS/Quadcopter Initiative in St. Mary’s County for high school students, using a STEM-for-All grant from the Office of Naval Research. The initiative will provide information and resources for students who have created Quadcopter teams.

Students Train to Use Quadcopters

Quadcopters

Early in December, more than 75 Southern Maryland students, mentors, coaches, and parents gathered at the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum to learn about a new quadcopter program, initiated by The Patuxent Partnership, for local high school students.

Navy Patents Boost Exemplifies Innovation

Patents

The Office of Naval Research reports a boost in filings for Navy patents: 393 in FY15.

Warfighting Edge, Operator Safety UUV Priorities

PAX River provides perfect locale to showcase Unmanned Underwater Vehicles advances to minimize UUV operator and diver risks in a dark underwater world.

STEM Success Requires Passion, Preparation

Recruiting more students to STEM college programs is not only vital, it’s urgent, but coaching them all the way to a degree is the key to STEM success.

NDAA Deal Reduces Benefits

News on Economy

The pay and benefits cuts were backed by both the DoD and White House in an effort to slow the growth of personnel costs.

Digital Tutors for Future Naval Scientists, Engineers

Digital tutors sought to provide cost-effective, individual instruction to STEM students. The Office of Naval Research needs these STEM skills to shore up the naval science and engineering workforce.