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JLTV testing begins, program on schedule, budget

Posted September 6, 2013 by David Vergun

Full-pace, full-scope testing of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle prototypes began Sept. 3 and will last for 14 months.

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Hill welcomes F-35 workload

Posted September 23, 2013 by George F. Jozens

Several hundred people gathered Sept. 20 in hangar 237 at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, to witness the first F-35A Lightning II arrive for depot level maintenance during a ceremony hosted by the Ogden Air Logistics Complex commander, Maj. Gen. H. Brent Baker, Sr.

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Army approved to continue fielding WIN-T Increment 2

Posted October 11, 2013 by

The Army has received approval to continue with further limited additional production and fielding of its mobile tactical communications network backbone, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, or WIN-T, Increment 2. The Army remains on track to field Capability Set 14 to brigade combat teams, known as BCTs, and will continue developing follow-on capability sets in support of…

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Maintainers use ultrasound to keep KC-10s ready to fly

Posted November 4, 2013 by SSgt. Patrick Harrower

Air Force photograph by SSgt. Patrick Harrower SSgt. Rebecca Linden de Romero, 60th Maintenance Squadron nondestructive inspection shop technician, performs an ultrasound inspection inside the control box for the elevators on the tail of a KC-10 Extender Oct. 22 at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. When most people hear the term ultrasound, they might think…

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Senior leaders review Unified Quest ‘deep future’

Posted November 27, 2013 by C. Todd Lopez

How long should a unit be self-sufficient after hitting the ground, and why can’t the Army get immediate communications capability using local, established, commercial networks after arriving at a forward location? These were questions discussed by senior Army leaders who met Nov. 20, at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C., to discuss lessons learned…

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Future USS Milwaukee christened, launched; marks production milestone

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The Navy, along with the Lockheed Martin-led industry team, christened and launched the future USS Milwaukee in a ceremony at the Marinette Marine Corporation shipyard, Marinette, Wisc., Dec. 18, marking an important production milestone for the littoral combat ship program.

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U.S. Preparing Small Arms, Ammunition Support for Iraq

Posted January 17, 2014 by Claudette Roulo

The Defense Department is preparing small arms and ammunition for shipment to Iraq in response to a request from that countryĆ­s prime minister, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Steve Warren said Jan. 17. Nouri al-Maliki asked for the help as extremists have launched devastating attacks throughout the country. In accordance with the security framework established when…

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Hagel: Future requires renewed era of partnership

Posted February 3, 2014 by Cheryl Pellerin

In a changing security and fiscal environment, the Defense Department will seek to collaborate more closely with European allies, especially to help build the capabilities of other global partners, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said. He and State Department Secretary John Kerry formed a panel in Munich, Germany, at the Munich Security Conference, which ended Feb….

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Future bomber has legacy to uphold

Posted February 21, 2014 by SrA. Zachary Vucic

With a proven history of success, todays bomber fleet has a reputation for excellence. It is, however, an aging fleet in need of a new addition, the deputy chief of staff operations, plans and requirements said during the 30th Annual Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium and Technology Exposition Feb. 20, in Orlando, Fla. Throughout…

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Officials update Congress on military space policy, challenges

Posted March 14, 2014 by SFC Tyrone C. Marshall Jr.

If potential adversaries are to challenge the United States, they must do so in the space domain, the Defense Departments top space policy official told Congress March 12. Douglas L. Loverro, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for space policy, joined by Gen. William L. Shelton, the commander of Air Force Space Command, testified before…

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