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Colonels discuss state of Marine aviation

The colonels leading the four main Marine Corps aircraft programs at Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) gathered at the Patuxent River Naval Air Museum Dec. 4 for a panel discussion on the state of Marine aviation. Before an audience of mostly industry representatives...

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SECNAV Spencer Wants Navy to Manage Risk, Not Avoid it

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Navy secretary wants to empower the workforce to fix problems and stretch their dollars further, even if it means taking on some risk, he said Tuesday. Secretary Richard V. Spencer said the Pentagon has moved away from its past risk-management...

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Navy Establishes First CMV-22B Squadron

The Navy stood up its first squadron that will field the CMV-22B in a Friday ceremony. The Titans of Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron (VRM) 30 will be the first unit to field the replacement for the Navy’s fleet of C-2A Greyhound carrier onboard delivery...

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First Flight for Sikorsky-Boeing’s Defiant Delayed Until 2019

Despite plans for the Sikorsky-Boeing Defiant helicopter to fly in 2018, the schedule has now slipped to next year, company executives said Dec. 12. The Defiant — which is based on Sikorsky’s X-2 technology — is an advanced rotary-wing platform developed for the Army...

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