June 29, 2022

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Webster Field Hosts UAS Cargo Resupply Demo

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A Navy Blue Water UAS takes off from Webster Field Outlying Field in Maryland on Oct. 27, 2021, for a cargo resupply demonstration. Blue Water is a Navy-focused platform for resupply at sea. (US Navy photo) The US Navy and Marine Corps may soon have a way to resupply warfighters on the front line using unmanned systems capable of delivering necessary supplies from a distance in a variety of scenarios. The department is considering several cargo resupply systems and recently demonstrated these capabilities to senior leadership during an event October 27 at NAWCAD’s Webster Outlying Field in St. Inigoes. The…

Mercy’s New Flight Deck Put to the Test

Flight Deck Mercy Osprey

The USNS Mercy hospital ship conducted its first-ever flight deck landing of a V-22 Osprey last week. The MV-22B Osprey is assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron 21 of NAS Patuxent River.

Webster Field Team Is World Expert at Landing System Training

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Webster Field team is recognized worldwide as experts in developing, installing, and maintaining shipboard landing systems. International students from the United Kingdom and Italy recently completed training in St. Inigoes.

Munitions Meeting About Webster Field

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Public comment period closing Oct. 5, 2019, and public meeting scheduled Oct. 8 on addressing environmental hazards at an old munitions aerial bombing range at Webster Field in St. Inigoes, MD.

Old Munitions at Webster Field: Public Comment Sought

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The window to provide comment on the Navy’s proposed Remedial Action Plan an old munitions site at Webster Field in St. Inigoes, MD, is currently open and will remain open through Oct. 5, 2019. A public meeting is scheduled Oct. 8, 2019.