August 16, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

Theater Holding Auditions for ‘Clue’ -

Sunday, August 7, 2022

Shakespeare Heads to St. Mary’s City -

Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Young Artists Sought for Sotterley Contest -

Thursday, July 28, 2022

St. Mary’s, Eat, Live, and Be Healthy -

Saturday, July 23, 2022

New Triton Drone Surveils SoMd

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A new configuration of the Navy’s new MQ-4C Triton drone, loaded with newly installed cameras and signals intelligence collection systems, had its first flight last Thursday over Southern Maryland and performed “better than expected.”

Cautious Election Optimism: No Cyber Attack, Yet

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Federal officials reported cautious optimism Wednesday morning that no malicious cyber attacks occurred on Election Day, but warned that the danger still exists in the days following the presidential election including potential violence when the results are known later in the week.

China Lake Super Hornet Crashes

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A Super Hornet out of NAS Lemoore crashed Tuesday in central California, a few miles from the China Lake base. The pilot ejected.

Super Hornets Strike ISIS, First Time in Two Years

Carrier-launched US aircraft conducted an airstrike against Islamic State targets for the first time in more than two years. The coalition strike took out a cave and three shelters used as ISIS hideouts in Iraq’s Wadi al-Shai, a rural area in Kirkuk province.

20 Top Hackers- the Good & the Bad

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Some are collectives, some work for the good, some just invented a simple code, some are very bad: Here’s the list of the 20 top hackers — good and bad — who have changed the cybersecurity landscape forever.

Trump Expected to Call for End to Ongoing US Wars Overseas

Trump Expected to Call for End to Ongoing US Wars Overseas

President Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech tonight, Feb. 5, is expected to call for an end to America’s ongoing wars overseas, building on his recent comments suggesting troop drawdowns in Afghanistan and the Middle East.

First Testing Phase on Carrier Complete

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Two F-35B Lightning II aircraft from the F-35 Integrated Test Force have left the HMS Queen Elizabeth after completing a first phase of developmental testing.

Blue Angels Set for Major Upgrade

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The Blue Angels Squadron is set for a major upgrade following a $17 million contract award.

F-35B Forced to Land, Leaking Fuel

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An F-35B was forced to land after the fuel light attached to its 14,000-gallon fuel tank came on. The jet was reported leaking fuel when it landed and that the engine ran out of fuel before the aircraft came to a stop.

Net Neutrality Repeal Sparks Paid Prioritization at AT&T

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With the approaching net neutrality repeal, AT&T is readying prioritization plans, which the company says are based upon life and safety imperatives and not fast versus slow lanes of internet service for customers. Proponents of net neutrality fear its repeal will hinder equal access to the internet.