February 18, 2020

Art & Lifestyle:

Join Young Professionals for After-Hours Event -

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Museum Seeking Historic Items, Photos -

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Students Honored With TPP/INCOSE Awards -

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Leap Into STEAM at Pax Museum Feb. 29 -

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Water Shortages Threaten 102 Bases

clean water

Water shortages already impact some military bases across the US, where water supplies are exceeded or approaching capacity. Even areas where water is considered abundant may face shortages, such as Fort Bragg, NC.

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.

Longer Military Obligations Considered for Academies

academies

Senators are looking to extend the eight-year service obligation for graduates of US service academies, noting a 20 percent cost hike per graduate since the obligations were last adjusted in 1996.

Norquist to Give Update on DoD Audit

House Will Hear of DoD Audit's Progress

Department of Defense Comptroller David Norquist is scheduled to testify before the House Armed Services Committee this week to discuss the progress of the Pentagon’s audit.

Self-Driving Cars in Terrorists’ Future Also

self-driving cars

The future is bright for self-driving cars, but credible reports out of Finland show terrorist groups considering how autonomous vehicles can replace suicide bombers and conduct ramming attacks.

Might Robot Warships Trump 355 Ships?

robot warships

The well-received NavSec nominee tells confirmation hearings robot warships might yield more capacity than a 355-ship Navy.

Spencer Is Trump’s Nominee for NavSec

US Navy Secretary nominee Richard Spencer

Richard Spencer, Trump’s new choice for Navy Secretary is a Former financial industry executive and Marine Corps captain.