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Fleet Forces announces carrier schedule changes

Posted October 6, 2014 by

U.S. Fleet Forces announced Oct. 6 a decision to change the future schedules of two Norfolk-based aircraft carriers.

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Navy realigns critical support workload to ‘Specialized and Proven Aircraft’ Program Office

Posted October 6, 2014 by

The Navy’s Specialized and Proven Aircraft Program Office has expanded its mission, taking over management of the F-5 N/F and F-16 A/B adversary aircraft as well as the acquisition of Contracted Air Services, a move that became effective Oct. 1, naval officials said.

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NASA mission points to origin of ocean of storms on Earth’s moon

Posted October 6, 2014 by

NASA/GSFC/JPL/Colorado School of Mines/MIT image Earth’s moon as observed in visible light (left), topography (center, where red is high and blue is low), and the GRAIL gravity gradients (right). The Procellarum region is a broad region of low topography covered in dark mare basalt. The gravity gradients reveal a giant rectangular pattern of structures surrounding…

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U.S. initiates prototype system to gauge national marine biodiversity

Posted October 6, 2014 by

USF/WHOI/MBARI/NASA image NASA satellite data of the marine environment will be used in prototype marine biodiversity observation networks to be established in four U.S. locations, including the Florida Keys, pictured here. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA are funding three demonstration projects that will lay the foundation for the first national network to…

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Northrop Grumman conducts successful demonstration of its AQS-24A system for U.S Naval Forces Central Command

Posted October 6, 2014 by

Northrop Grumman, in support of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command in Manama, Bahrain, announced the successful demonstration of an unmanned mine-hunting mission.

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65th AGRS inactivated

Posted October 3, 2014 by

Air Force photograph by A1C Thomas Spangler Lt. Col. Gregory Wintill, former commander of the 65th Aggressor Squadron, cases the 65th AGRS flag at the Flanker Aircraft Maintenance Unit at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., Sept 26, 2014. The 65th AGRS has helped to train thousands of service members by acting in the aggressor role…

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Boeing delivers first new-build MH-47G special ops Chinook

Posted October 3, 2014 by

Boeing completed initial flight and delivery of the first, new-build MH-47G configured Chinook helicopter to the U.S.Army Special Operations Aviation Command Sept. 29, 2014 ñ a full month ahead of schedule. It is an honor to be trusted to design, produce and deliver this advanced capability for the Army Special Operations customer, said Steve Parker,…

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Green Flag gains new dimensions

Posted October 3, 2014 by Staff Sgt. Victoria Sneed

The final rendition of Green Flag-West for fiscal year 2014, brought in many firsts. Green Flag 14-10 took place Sept. 12 to 26.

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First DOD general officer completes F-35 qualification training

Posted October 3, 2014 by Samuel King Jr.

Air Force photograph by Samuel King Jr. Maj. Gen. Jay Silveria, U. S. Air Force Warfare Center commander, has a laugh with Airman 1st Class John Patterson, 33rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, after completing his final qualifying flight in the F-35A Lightning II Sept. 26, 2014, at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Silveria became the first…

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NASA helicopter test a smashing success

Posted October 3, 2014 by

The successful crash test of a former Marine helicopter could help lead to safer civilian and military helicopters, according to NASA aeronautics researchers.

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