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We Now Know When Navy Aircraft Carriers Will be Armed with F-35s

US Navy leaders have announced that the first-of-its kind carrier-launched F-35C stealth fighter will deploy for its first operational deployment on the USS Carl Vinson -- in 2021. Adm. S.D. Conn, Director, Air Warfare Chief of Naval Operations, told Congress. Show More Summary

Inside the USS Gerald Ford, the Navy's Most Powerful Aircraft Carrier Ever

Dave Majumdar Security, The navy let us aboard. Here is what we saw.  As McCormack explained, the Navy will use the post-commissioning shakedown to test all of the new systems onboard Ford to identify any deficiencies or fixes that might...Show More Summary

US Navy Accused Of Massive Amounts Of Piracy By German Software Company

yesterdayIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We've made the point for a long time that, on a long enough timeline, pretty much everybody is a pirate. The point is that the way copyright laws have evolved alongside such useful tools as the internet makes knowing whether common sense actions are actually copyright infringement an incredibly dicey riddle to solve. Show More Summary

U.S. Navy Under Fire in Mass Software Piracy Lawsuit

German software company Bitmanagement is asking the US Court of Federal Claims for a partial summary judgment against the US Government. According to the software vendor, it's undisputed that the Navy installed its software on hundreds...Show More Summary

US Navy launches submarine with gamepad-guided periscope

The Navy's fourth USS Colorado attack submarine has recently gone into service with an Xbox controller onboard. No, not so sailors can play Overwatch: they'll actually be using the gaming device to steer the vehicle's two photonics masts, which you can think of as high-tech replacements for typical periscopes. Show More Summary

We Now Know When Navy Aircraft Carriers Will be Armed with F-35s

Kris Osborn Security, 2021, to be exact.  US Navy leaders have announced that the first-of-its kind carrier-launched F-35C stealth fighter will deploy for its first operational deployment on the USS Carl Vinson -- in 2021. The anticipated...Show More Summary

US Navy Remains Committed to Railguns

Following a flurry of reports in December predicting the Navy's $500 million electromagnetic railgun experiment was dead on arrival, the chief of Naval Operations told lawmakers this week that the death of the program was greatly exaggerated. Show More Summary

US Navy Wants Almost $300 Million for Laser Weapons in FY2019

The Navy proposed spending $299 million in Fiscal Year 2019 on laser systems to protect ships against current and anticipated future threats, as part of a rapid prototyping, experimentation and demonstration initiative. For nearly aShow More Summary

Lockheed counter concerns on F-35 stealth issues | Trump administration says no to heads up on future ballistic tests | Apache facility opens in India

Americas The US Navy has ordered long-lead parts for 19 Lot 10 P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft, tapping manufacturer Boeing with a $282.2 million contract to carry out the work. Under the terms of the agreement, the parts will cover ten aircraft for the US Navy, as well as covering the foreign military sales of […]

Javelins away as US clears first lethal aid package for Ukraine | Su-57 deployed to Syria | Navy orders initial Block III upgrade for Super Hornets

Americas Boeing received on February 28, a $73.2 million US Navy contract to perform service life modifications on an initial four F/A-18E/F Super Hornet fighter aircraft. The work will extend the fighter’s operational service life from 6,000 to 9,000 flight hours by converting them to Boeing’s Block III configuration which includes an enhanced network capability, […]

China is 'weaponizing capital' — and it's keeping the head of the US Navy awake at night

China has pursued numerous commercial and infrastructure deals around the world in recent years. Critics see this as a Chinese effort to extent its influence abroad. These financial maneuvers are a source of concern for many — including...Show More Summary

Get Ready, China and North Korea: F-35s Are Now on a Navy Assault Ship

Asia Times Security, North America It could be a game changer. The US Navy’s 7th Fleet has announced that a detachment of F-35Bs arrived aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp on March 5, marking the first time the aircraft hasShow More Summary

Lockheed Martin awarded US$150 million US Navy laser weapon contract

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Lockheed Martin has won a US$150 million contract with options for another US$942 million to develop and manufacture two high-energy laser weapons for the US Navy. The new systems will combine Lockheed's first-of-a-kind High Energy Laser...Show More Summary

Navy SEALs Call Bullshit On Fox News Report That They Couldn't Get Through Trump's Border Wall

This week, a Fox News contributor claimed that the US Navy SEALs had tested the border wall prototypes near San Diego and couldn't breach them. It sounded too incredible to be true. And that's because it wasn't true. More »      

Sister Act: US women stampede toward elected office

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

From a retired Navy pilot to a millennial web developer and an award-winning romance novelist — US women are running for office in record numbers, propelled by anger against Donald Trump to redress chronic inequality in political representation. Women, who currently make up only 20 percent of...

Navy Seal Rob O'Neill, Who Killed bin Laden, Thrown Off Plane for Drunkenness (UPDATE)

10:30 AM PT -- O'Neill was not arrested. Law enforcement sources tell us cops put him in a cab to go to a hotel. American Airlines later rebooked him on another flight. Rob O'Neill, the Navy Seal who killed Osama bin Laden, was thrown off a plane…

Phillip West Parrish; phony SEAL

Our partners at Military Phonies share their work on this fellow, Phillip Parrish, who apparently wants people to believe that he’s a Navy SEAL. He wears the Trident while he’s on Patriot Guard missions; He was in the US Navy, but he was an AN (Airman E-3) after ten years of service.

The Navy Has a Plan That Could Make Sea Mines Nearly Obsolete

Kris Osborn Security, The Navy plans to deploy drones equipped with advanced wireless technology able to destroy underwater enemy mines The US Navy plans to deploy fast, high-tech surface drones equipped with advanced wireless technology...Show More Summary

New firefighting robot gets put to the test

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

SAFFiR, the US Navy's experimental firefighting robot, may be in for some competition. That's because researchers at Italy's IIT-Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia have successfully tested a new-and-improved version of the WALK-MAN humanoid...Show More Summary

David Willard; phony SEAL

Our partners at Military Phonies send us their work on this fellow, David Willard. He claims to be a Navy SEAL, and he’s convinced a lot of his friends that he’s a SEAL. Willard even has a jeep with the Trident painted on the hood and a fugly cap that only pretenders buy; Well, he […]

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