October 6, 2022

Art & Lifestyle:

Free Civil Legal Help at Lex Park Library -

Thursday, September 1, 2022

Telehealth Booth Opens at Lex Park Library -

Monday, August 29, 2022

Black Civil War Soldiers Exhibit Makes Stop in Lex Park -

Thursday, August 25, 2022

Time for ‘The Big Conversation’ -

Wednesday, August 24, 2022

DynCorp Out; Workers Likely Remain

For almost 50 years DynCorp (now part of Amentum) worked with the Naval Test Wing Atlantic at Patuxent River Naval Air Station providing aircraft mechanics and more, becoming St. Mary’s County’s 3rd-largest employer. While Amentum leaves town, officials expect the Pax employees to remain with the new contract winner, Vertex Aerospace LLC,

Supply Chain Woes Won’t Stop Holiday Dinners for Troops

Supply Chain

Global supply chain problems won’t stop troops from a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Nearly 400,000 pounds of turkey and trimmings are making their way to troops stationed all over the globe.

Where Biden Stands on Defense Issues

Biden

President-elect Joe Biden is no stranger to international leadership, and he has a track record on international relations and national security issues. Here’s how he differs from President Trump on the defense budget, the Middle East, personal relationship with the military, NATO, and nuclear weapons.

Midshipmen Lead Rivalry in Army-Navy Series

Army-Navy Rivalry

The 120th Army-Navy game will be played Saturday, Dec. 14, in Philadephia. The US Naval Academy Midshipmen lead the rivalry, 60-52-7.

Trump’s Military Parade Tentatively Set for Veterans Day in DC

counterterrorism

Nothing’s final and none of the $10 million to $30 million necessary has been located, but tentatively President Donald Trump’s military parade is scheduled for Veterans Day in Washington, DC.

Morning Coffee: Latest Carrier to Carry Kennedy’s Name

A morning roundup of news from Pax River, NAVAIR, the Pentagon and beyond.