January 17, 2022

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Live Boxing Returns to So. Maryland -

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Tuesday, January 4, 2022

What’s Next for Corps’ F-35 Fleet?

F-35

Though the US Marine Corps beat the Navy to having a deployment-ready F35C squadron, the long-term future for the corps’ F-35 fleet is in question. The reasons: the Marines have a limited number of pilots for the F-35 and the corps has been putting more focus on unmanned aerial systems.

Italian F-35B Lands on Carrier for 1st Time

Italian Sea Trials

An Italian Navy F-35B Lightning II landed on the ITS Cavour aircraft carrier for the first time Friday. The landing follows the compatibility testing in the US earlier this year, when two F-35Bs from NAS Pax River were deployed on the ship to test every aspect of the aircraft operations.

Base Communities Shaken Over Attacks

Base Communities Shakened Over Attacks

Navy communities in Pensacola, Pearl Harbor and Virginia are shaken and stunned after attacks over six days last week left seven people dead and nearly a dozen wounded.

DoD: List of Bases With Contaminated Water Likely to Grow

Contaminated Water

The list of active and former US military installations found to be contaminated with chemical compounds found in firefighting foam is expected to grow as the DoD continues its investigation.

NASA InSight Set for Mars Landing Monday

Mars Landing

NASA’s InSight lander is set to complete its six-month journey to Mars at 3 pm today, Nov. 26. Watch the landing live starting at about 2 pm.

White House Objects to 2nd LCS in 2019

LCS littoral combat ships

As the Senate takes up the 2019 Defense Appropriations Bill, the White House has made clear it does not approve of a provision that calls for two littoral combat ships in 2019, one more than the Navy asked for in its budget.

The Day That Lives in Infamy: 75 Years Later

day of infamy

In the early hours of Dec. 7, 1941, the USS Ward was the first ship to fire shots in anger, hours before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor; 75 years later video records the day that still lives in infamy

Help Band Go ‘From Colton’s Pt. to Pearl Harbor’

band from Chopitcon

The Chopticon High School Marching Band, the Showband of Southern Maryland, will represent the USS Maryland and its veterans at the 75th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Parade and Ceremony in December 2016.

Boehner to Senate: Pass Defense Budget Bills

The House completed work months ago, but Party quarreling in the Senate continues to hold up passage of the Pentagon spending bill. Senate leaders intend to reconsider the bill next week after returning from a two week hiatus.

Naval ROTC Cadets Fundraise for Pearl Harbor Parade

The Cadets have the honor of being invited to represent Maryland in the 2013 Pearl Harbor Memorial Day Parade.