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2014
Coast Guard Museum Agreement Signed In Ceremony At Union Station
New London To Begin Transfer Of Land To Coast Guard For Museum
Fundraising Efforts Pick Up For National Coast Guard Museum
Submarine Base 'Never Better' Despite A Tight Budget
SOCOM Develops Dry Submersible Mini-Sub for SEALs
Navy Set To Accept First Virginia-Class Block III Sub
Navy, Electric Boat Test Tube-Launched Underwater Vehicle
Connecticut To Study Impact Of Defense Cuts On Industry Supply Chain Through OEA Grant
Navy, Electric Boat Finishing Designs For Ohio Replacement Program
Eagle Back Home For Now, Will Soon Become A Rare Sight
More Money For Helicopters, Submarines, Jet Engines Made In State
Nautilus, Worlds' First Nuclear Sub, A Star At 60
Electric Boat Plans $100 Million Upgrade
General Dynamics Receives $15 Million U.S. Navy Award For Common Missile Compartment Development
R.I. Defense Industry Freshly Fueled With Submarine Money
New London, Coast Guard Closing In On Museum Reality
Future Of Army Plant In Focus
2013
Every Connecticut National Guard Unit Home Since 2003
House Military Budget Has Billions For Conn. Companies
BRAC Prohibition In Compromise Measure Short, To The Point
Museum Will Remain Coast Guard Commandant's Passion
Navy Launches A Drone From A Submerged Submarine
Conn. National Guard Sees Older Cargo Planes As Its Future
Engine Plant Developers Consider Uses For Site
NOAA To Have Home With Coast Guard In New London
Navy Awards EB $17 Million For Support Services At Sub Base
USS Dallas, Movie Star Submarine, Comes Home For Last Time
Coast Guard Museum Proponent Wins Leadership Award
Sikorsky Delivers 2nd Of Two VIP S-92 Helicopters For Service To The Turkish Prime Ministry
Arnold Palmer Has Blessed New London Coast Guard Museum Plan
EB Wins Funds To Continue With Missile Compartment For Next Submarine Class
Without Submarine Escort Duty, Local Coast Guard Downsized
Veterans Are More Valuable Employees, Research Indicates
Garrisoning Is Major Cause Behind Civil-Military Divide, Think Tank Authors Say
Schwartz Pledges To Be A Force To Improve VA System
North Dakota Makes Its Debut
Pentagon Sees 'Sufficient' Progress To Boost Fiscal Year 2015 F-35 Output
General Dynamics To Christen The U.S. Navy's Most Advanced Submarine, North Dakota, On Saturday
Coast Guard Museum Divides New London City Council Candidates
Submarine Force Leaders: Expect A Flight Each Year
Three-Star: Enlisted Women To Join Silent Service in 2016
Pratt & Whitney, Pentagon Reach $1.1B Deal On F-35 Engines
How The U.S. Can Maintain The Undersea Advantage
Keeping The Virginia-Class Attack Sub On Track Should Be A Top Congressional Priority
Groton-based Attack Submarines To Be First With Female Officers
Federal Contractors' Pain Won't Vanish After Shutdown End
Furloughs Impacting Sub Work at Electric Boat
Lawmakers, Analysts Describe Fragility of Shipbuilding Industrial Base
Navy to Brief Industry in October on Project to Build Large Long-Endurance Unmanned Submarine
Coast Guard Retiree Recalls Long-Ago Night of Lifesaving Heroism
At Electric Boat, A Shock But Not a Trend
U.S. Navy Squadron Finally Takes To The Air In An F-35
Navy: USS Miami Inactivation Won't Hurt Shipyards
Navy Studying Feasibility Of Wind Power At Groton Sub Base
Pentagon Downplays Prospects Of Cancelling F-35, Bomber
55 Years Ago: Connecticut's Submarine Nautilus Crosses The North Pole
Sub Base Receives State Grant For Power Generators
USS Springfield Returns From Six-Month Deployment
Subs To Lose Coast Guard Escorts As Duty Shifts To Navy
Continued Sequestration Would Exacerbate Cuts At Installation Level, Hagel Warns
Sub Base Reserves Parking For Gold Star Families
Coast Guard Builds Ties With Most International Students Ever In One Class
Coast Guard Sector Long Island Sound Changes Commanders
Authorization Bill Reveals Text Of Amendment Blocking BRAC
Bill Would Establish $177M Fund For Capital Projects At Massachusetts Military Bases
Planners For Coast Guard Museum Raise $100,000
Panel To Monitor Military's Use Of Community-Installation Support Agreements
Navy Stands Apart On BRAC, Shared Services
Two Submarines On Deck At Electric Boat
Cruz Explains Amendment Blocking BRAC
Coast Guard May Stop Escorting Submarines On The Thames
Electric Boat Honored For Commitment To Healthy Work Environment
USS Hartford To Receive 2012 Arleigh Burke Fleet Trophy Award
Exuberant Welcome Home For National Guard Unit Returning From Afghanistan
Naming Of Downtown Site Triggers Wave Of Coast Guard Museum Activity
EB Gets Contract To Help Lighten Spanish Sub
Capt. Denno Steps Down In Naval Submarine Base Change of Command
Sikorsky Gets $435M Contract For Next Step Of Heavy-Lift Marine Helicopter
Base Commander Made Community His Business
Groton Sub Base Sends Notices To 750 For Furloughs Starting July 8
Pratt & Whitney Finalizes $1 Billion F-35 Jet Engine Deal
BRAC Rejection Will Help Ease Readiness Issues, Wittman Suggests
Proud Home Of Coast Guard Academy
Delaying U.S. Base Closing Sensible
Lower Ohio-Class Replacement Cost Tied To VA-Class Multiyear Deal: Could Achieve 8 To 15 Percent Savings
SUBASE, State, And Town Officials Launch Crystal Lake Road Improvement Project With 'Eyesore' Demolition
U.S. Coast Guard To Host Annual Open House In New Haven May 11, 2013
Connecticut National Guard Families Welcome Home 100 Soldiers
Coast Guard Museum
Plans For National Coast Guard Museum Unveiled
Malloy Urges National Coast Guard Museum Project Along
Navy, Marine Corps Witnesses Stick To Characterization Of BRAC Need
Admiral: Many Unaware Sub Service Keeps Enemies From Our Shores
Connecticut Delegation Says Base Closing Plan Has No Chance
New Base Closure Round Would Fit Mold Of Earlier BRACs, Comptroller Says
Sequestration Poses Minimal Threat To Ohio-class Replacement Subs
Navy To Seek More Money For Subs, Aircraft Carriers
CNO Voices Commitment To F-35 Despite Tailhook Issues
Budget Crunch Dictates New BRAC Round, Analyst Says
Region's Economy Stands To Reap Benefits
State Pledges $20 Million For New Coast Guard Museum In New London
Courtney: House Vote Preserves Two Subs Plan
Iraq And Connecticut's Defense Industry
Coast Guard Takes Stock As Museum Announcement Nears
Finizio: Coast Guard Museum One Step Closer To City
Congress Takes Pre-Emptive Strike Against BRAC
State Could Lose Over $900M In Defense Funds Without Sequestion Deal
Coast Guard Barque Eagle's Future May Include Extensive Repairs In Baltimore
More Base Closing? Wittman: Don't Even Think About It
EB, Submarine-parts Makers Take Their Case For Funding To Capitol Hill
Pentagon Plans To Ask For Base Closures
Locally Sequestration Would Cancel Contracts, Jeopardize Facilities
USS Pittsburg Leaves High-tech Drydock
Napolitano: Looming Budget Cuts Imperil Coast Guard Operations
The Changing Of The Yard At Electric Boat
Navy Puts Ship Maintenance, Base Repair Work On Hold
Women To Serve On Virginia-class Subs, Navy Announces
Funeral Held For Markowicz, Leader Of Effort To Save Sub Base
Submarine Builder Forecasts Hirings, Stability
Coast Guard's New Warning Device Designed To Get Attention
Defense Worries A Microcosm Of CT Economy
2012
Preparing Troops For The Jobs Wars
Sub With New Design Nears Completion In Groton
Navy Opens State-Funded Simulator Facility At Connecticut Sub Base
Congress Supports Building Two Submarines Per Year
Navy Pins First Nuclear-Qualified Female Submariners
DOD Announces Plans To Brief Industry On New Presidential Helicopter Program
Navy's Mysterious Magnetic Silencing Getting Overhaul
New Era Of Sub Training Ahead With Opening Of Groton Facility
Sikorsky Teaming With Lockheed In Attempt To Win Marine One Replacement Contract
Fiscal Cliff Negotiations Injecting Uncertainty Into State's Defense Industry
Gov. Malloy Signs Legislation To Protect Veterans' Charitable Organizations
Gov. Malloy, Lt. Gov. Wyman Launch Veterans.CT.Gov To Better Direct Military Veterans To State Services & Benefits
Ledyard Land Purchase May Help Sub Base Avoid Future BRACs
Navy Plans To Award Ohio Replacement R&D Contract In December
CT Defense Industry Jobs Hang In Limbo As Deep Budget Cuts Loom
Navy Leaders Say Replacing Ohio-class Submarines Is Critical
Fewer Submarines To Call Groton Home
Vets Honored In Avery Point Ceremony Glad Sacrifices In Wartime 'Weren't Forgotten'
Momentum Builds For Waterfront Site For Coast Guard Museum
Navy, Regulators Agree On Sub Base Clean-up Plan
ROTC Welcomed Back At Yale
U.S. Coast Guard Academy In Top Rank Again
Budget Ax Hangs Over New England's Pentagon Pie
Sub Base, Yale Renew Ties With Return Of ROTC
Admiral Says USS Miami Will Be Repaired; Hints At Timing For Women Submariners At Base
CNO Returns To The Submarine Capital Of The World, Discusses Future Of The U.S. Navy

A Historic Return For U.S. Marines To Colt Sidearms

New Sub Gives Electric Boat A Mission For The Future

At-Sea Rescue Off Sub Latest Test For Versatile V-22

New Report Suggests Navy Should Build Three Submarines Annually

Submarine Talicone Redesigned To Be Lighter
U.S. Navy Awards General Dynamics $16 Million For Nuclear Submarine Services
Underwater Satellites And Autonomous Robots Help The Hunt for Enemy Submarines
Officials: Submarine Base Safe In 2013, But BRAC Looms On Not-So-Distant Horizon
Electric Boat Growing In Connecticut
Panetta Throws In The Towel On 2013 Base Closures
Groton Sub Base Food Commissary To Be Built Under $14.5M Contract
NL On Board To Be A 'Coast Guard City'
USS Carter Hall Brings Crew Member Home To NL
Top U.S. Lawmaker Tours Rhode Island Submarine Facility
Eagle Marks Fourth of July In Boston
USS Virginia Returns To Groton
U.S. Submarine Fire Review Board Set Up
Sikorsky Honored For Energy Efficiency
Fair Wind, Following Seas For OpSail 2012
National Guard Soldiers Get Heroes' Send-off
Michelle Obama Sponsors Submarine
Coast Guard Stands Tall To Serve The US
BRAC Fight May Not Be Over, DoD Official Says
Geothermal Helps US Navy Sub Base Grab LEED
Navy's Most Senior Officer Says He Supports Two Boats Per Year
Buying Land Around Sub Base A Good Investment
State To Help Groton, Ledyard Buy Sub Base Buffer
Navy Official Warns Of Funding Shortfall During SSBN(X) Construction
US Navy Awards $78M Submarine Procurement Contract
Governor, Navy Celebrate Partnership At Pier Dedication
Governor Ready To Spend More At Submarine Base
Coast Guardsman Asks For Change Of Venue, Re-enlists Aboard Submarine
Delaying Sub Could Be Costly, Experts Say
Funding Sought For Possible BRAC Fight
Congress Fights Back Against Costly Delay To Virginia Submarine Program
Local Effort To Guard Against Closing Of Submarine Base Will Remain In High Gear
Congressional Opposition To Another BRAC Grows
Shipbuilding Industry Fears Cuts To Submarine Programs
At Submarine Shipyard, Lots Of 'Excess Capacity'
Congresswoman Wants Va.-Class Funding Restored
Admiral Signals Navy Desire To Sustain Attack Submarine Production Level
Officials Brace For Possible Fight Over Submarine Base Closing
Connecticut Air National Guard Unit Back Home
Leaders To Discuss Possible Sub Base Cuts
Obama Defense Budget Would Spare New England Weapons Manufacturing
Pentagon Seeks More Base Closures
Mortgage Relief For Service Members
Hamilton Sundstrand Touts Line for Sub Air Systems
Base-closing Proposal 'Dead on Arrival'
BRAC Plan Called 'Dead On Arrival'
EB Is Busy Making Pfizer Site Its Own
EB Plans Hundreds Of New Hires
Analysts: Manufacturers of F-35, Ships, Subs Should Win Under Obama Plan
Chemical Cleanup At Sub Base Nearly Done
Pratt & Whitney Wins New JSF Contract Worth Up To $1.1 Billion
When Cutting Defense, Consider Subs' Strategic Value
Panetta To Offer Strategy For Cutting Military Budget
2011
U.S. Coast Guard Academy Impact 2011
Conn. Still Faces Fight Over National Guard Planes
Eagle Commander To Take On Academy Role
Pentagon Hails Japan's F-35 Order
Secretary Expects Cuts In Marines And The Navy
Military Service A Prelude To Life's Work Of Two Local Veterans
General Dynamics Awarded $57 Million From U.S. Navy
Subs Key Part Of Force Projection, Panetta Says
Malloy Visits Troops In Afghanistan
"It Was A Long Time Coming"
Navy Commissions Virginia-Class Submarine USS California
Local Guard Soldiers Are Back On Friendly Turf
The Future Is Now!
Members Of Submarine USS Hartford Crew Will Run Marathon After Training At Sea
Lawmakers Concerned About State's Defense Jobs
Trades Jobs At Electric Boat Likely To Remain Unstable for Four More Years
Wars in Iraq, Afghanistan Drove Dramatic Gains At Sikorksy
Defense Spending in State Shows Growth
Electric Boat Obtains $33 Million in Contract Revisions
Blumenthal Holds Manufacturing Forum
Swab Summer has Happy Ending for 278 at Academy
CSG Two Hosts Superintendent of the U.S. Coast Guard Aboard USS Toledo
F-35C Completes First Jet Blast Deflector Testing
Female Sub School Grads Say They Fit Right In
Defense Spending Bill Generous Toward North Central Connecticut
Secretary of the Navy, OpSail Announce Partnership Commemorating War of 1812, "Star Spangled Banner"
Sub Base Cleanup Reaches Home Stretch
Defense Spending Bill Good News For CT, Senators Say
House Armed Services Committee Member: Groton Sub Base Likely To Stay Open
Patience, Perseverance Paid Off
New Help For Spouses' Job Search - Web Tool Will Be Part of Expanded Program Likely To Launch In June
Now They Are Citizens Of The Nation They Serve
Chamber Organizes a Departure Ceremony as Coast Guard's Eagle Leaves New London on its 75th Anniversary Voyage to Europe
Norwalk Test Site for Navy's Drone Sensor
Sikorsky Celebrates 300th Navy Seahawk
Man's Rescue Highlights Mission
EB: Submarines Can Be "Stretched" to Boost Firepower
Jet Engine Business Booming for Pratt & Whitney
President Obama to Speak at Coast Guard Academy

New Torpedo Magazine Contracted for Construction Aboard New London

USS Providence Among U.S. Naval Forces Off Libya
Navy Needs To Consider "Ownership" Costs, Yard Official Says
Gov. Malloy: Red Cross Helping Families Connect with Loved Ones in Japan through the Internet
Navy Test Pilot Completes First F-35C Flight
New London-based Cutter Hasn't Gone South for Winter
Military Support Warms the Heart
Obama Continues To Oppose GE F-35 Engine With Immelt As Adviser
Guard Detachment Headed to Balkans
Casey: Outlook For Electric Boat Is "As Strong As I Can Remember"
 2010
Guard's Military Funerals Unit Does 'Difficult Job' With Dignity and Respect
First Woman to Take Helm of a U.S. Military Academy
Building Boom at Sub Base
Navy Showing Stronger Economic Impact on Local Economy
State to Give Navy $3.2M to Build Facilities at Groton
Coast Guard Cutter Morro Bay Draws Great Lakes Duty
Soldiers Return Home in Time for the Holidays
Coast Guard's New Boat on Duty
Our View: State Has Committed to Sub Base
For Guard Soldiers, it's a Done Deal
Hugs and Kisses Welcome Connecticut Guardsmen Home
Pentagon Proposal Seen as Fresh Threat to Sub Base
Sub Base Projects Backed By State
USS Missouri Leading Way for New Wave of Submarines
USS Miami Honored for Recent Mission
Groton's Submarine Capital Sign Is Finally In The Spotlight Again
EB's Expansion Into New London May Help Sub Base
Inside A Nuclear Submarine: Electric Boat Workers, Sailors Prep the Missouri
EB-Pfizer Deal Benefits Many
Governor Rell Congratulates Colt on Major Defense Contract
Mystic Seaport To Host US Naval Academy Sailing Squadron
Sikorsky and Lockheed Martin Announce Teaming Agreement to Compete for the VXX Presidential Helicopter Program
Connecticut Gift to Navy to Benefit Local Firm
Sound Investment
State Business to Replace Boiler at Sub Base
Our View: Navy’s Promise is Positive News
Congressman Courtney supports Governor's request to use Connecticut Contractors
    
 2009 
Missouri a symbol of sub success
Wise Investment to Protect Base Future
Rell celebrates state's foothold in base's future $7.65M a bid to keep jobs, stabilize economy
Governor Rell: Navy to Accept Improvements to Sub Base                   
Governor Rell Unveils Proposed State Assistance to Save Pratt Jobs
Sub Base CO Wants 'Two-Way Street'
Governor Rell Nominates Salem First Selectman Robert T. Ross to Head Office of Military Affairs
        




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