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February 24, 2015
Lockheed F-35 Heads For The Ski Jump In Next Round Of Tests
Lockheed Martin Corp's F-35 Joint Strike Fighter will start "ski-jump testing" at a Maryland air base this week, while another B-model jet wraps up six months of tests at temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 40 Celsius) to as high as 120 F (49 C).

 
February 23, 2015
Sub Base Opens New Greener Fuel Pump
U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District; Robert Ross, executive director of the Connecticut Office of Military Affairs, and Navy officials highlighted Naval Submarine Base New London’s continuing commitment to greener and cleaner energy with a ribbon cutting and “fuel-up” event at the Navy Exchange’s new Flex Fuel pump on Feb. 20.

 
February 3, 2015
Obama Budget Includes Money For Virginia-class Subs, Ohio Replacement Program
The defense portion of President Barack Obama's budget proposal for the 2016 fiscal year includes $1.4 billion to continue the research and development of a new ballistic missile submarine, led by Electric Boat, and continued funding to build two Virginia-class attack submarines a year.

 
February 2, 2015
Congress Will Come Around On BRAC, Pentagon Official Says
Congress ultimately will approve DOD’s request to hold a new BRAC round, Pentagon Comptroller Mike McCord said Monday, but he acknowledged it could take more time.

 
January 22, 2015
States' Support For The Military Increasingly Includes Paying For On-Base Construction
One of the most surprising findings from ADC’s recent survey of state military affairs organizations was that 52 percent of the respondents have paid for on-base construction projects as a way to support the military at a time when funding for military construction and installation support is under tight constraints. 

 
 
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