US Navy Takes Gold on Day 2 of Warrior Games
Retired Navy Aviation Technician 3rd Class Angel Segarra led the way at day two of the Warrior Games taking gold in the MH3 handcycling competition.
Uniform Updates on the Horizon For the US Navy
The US Navy is exploring uniform updates, such as lightweight NWUs and a new cold-weather parka, that could go into effect within a year.
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$22M Contract Issued For Navy, Air Force’s C-130 MJU-66 Missile Decoy
US Navy and Air Force to improve C-130 infrared missile countermeasures with Alloy Surfaces Company's MJU-66 Special Material Decoy.
Naval Academy Looks to Add Cybersecurity as a Major
Naval Academy academic dean Andrew Phillips wants cybersecurity major accredited in time for 2016 graduation to accommodate class' cyber students.
Amphibious Assault Ship America Makes Trip to South America
US Navy's new Amphibious Assault Ship America sails around South America as Marines and sailors test ship's capabilities.
Unmanned X-47B Finishes USS Theodore Roosevelt Testing
The unmanned X-47B flew in the carrier pattern with manned aircraft for the first time during testing aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
US Navy Converting Maverick Missile to Laser-Guided AGM-65E2
A total of 500 TV-guided AGM-65A/B Maverick air-to-surface missiles will be converted to the laser-guided AGM-65E2 configuration.
US Navy Receives First Block 2 Rolling Airframe Missiles From Raytheon
The Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) system Block 2 variant features enhanced kinematics, an evolved radio frequency receiver and an improved control system
Navy’s Zumwalt-Class Destroyer Switches to 30mm Gun System
The US Navy's DDG-1000s were originally supposed to be fitted with the BAE Systems MK 110 close-in gun system before cost and weight factored in.