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An inside look at today’s submariner
For the past century, the world has undergone drastic changes several times over. The large-scale mass-production and economic globalization during the 20th century has proven to be one of the most dynamic periods in modern history.

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In a world of big-ticket acquisition programs fraught with cost increases and schedule delays, theVirginia-class submarine is almost an oddity these days. With a relatively stable cost and a build schedule that is actually shrinking, the Navy’s newest submarine is making as few ripples among the budgeting folks as it does when it’s slicing through the water.

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Aircraft carriers remain at the forefront of U.S. military power. Carriers are central to the U.S. Navy’s core capabilities, including power projection, forward presence, deterrence, sea control, and maritime security. And the backbone of any carrier strike group is the aircraft it brings to the fight.

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Poseidon reports on station, replacing venerable Orion
Last year, the Navy’s P-3 Orion celebrated 50 years of extraordinary service to our nation. The Orion has played a significant role in the storied history of Maritime Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft, flying maritime patrol, reconnaissance, and humanitarian assistance missions across the globe in peace and war.

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Patrolling the Skies, Protecting the Frontlines
When the approximately 15-foot tall MQ-4C Triton Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) vehicle, with its 130-foot wingspan, soars up to 11 miles above ground in a theater of operations, its operators can rest assured that the vehicle’s test qualities have been proven by a team that includes Wyle pilots, engineers and technical experts.

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Reserve P-3 squadrons prepare for historic deployment
This summer, the Navy Reserve’s only two Maritime Patrol Squadrons, the VP-62 Broadarrows and the VP-69 Totems will be headed to Japan for the first-ever mobilization of a Reserve P-3 squadron for a Global Force Management requirement.

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Heading out to sea
The Vice Admiral James H. Doyle Combat Systems Engineering Development Site outside of Moorestown, N.J., resembles a ship resting in the midst of swaying stalks of corn––and it is just that.

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The Littoral Combat Ship... Charting a New Course in Combat Operations

One vehicle with three missions. Or three “mission packages.” That’s the concept behind the Navy’s newest combat ship. One ship with three different missions modules.

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F-35 Interview with Mr. Steve Weatherspoon

Life Member and retired RADM John Costas and I spent five hours at Lockheed Martin’s Fort Worth, Texas, plant to get the F-35 story, and quite a story it is.

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For Ship of the Future: A New Breed of Sailor
January 2010 Navy by CDR Aaron G. Bresnahan, USN USS Independence (LCS 2) will be commissioned in Mobile, AL, on 16 January 2010. The ship’s sponsor...

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Diesel Electric Submarines: An International Partnership
December 2009 Navy by LT Andrew Peng and CDR Andy Burcher Diesel submarines are operated worldwide by over thirty navies. Absent from the list of na...

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The Virginia Class Submarine Program - Success by Design

When the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) issues you a challenge, you reply “Aye, aye, sir!” and get to work. The Virginia Class Program Office did just that in September 2005 when the then—CNO and current Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm. Michael Mullen, told the Submarine Force that the Navy would build two Virginias in Fiscal Year 2012 (FY12) if it could reduce its acquisition costs by 18 percent.

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The MV-22 Osprey: Growing Pains or Growing Old?
August 2009, Navy by Jeremy Ollayos, Special Assistant Legislation The MV-22 Osprey was designed almost two decades ago to replace the older rotary ...

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The Critical Importance of Investing in the Fleet

 We must balance our presence requirements with the missions and threats we are likely to face in a given region. Worldwide presence is necessary for maritime security, which is one of the arguments in favor of developing the Littoral Combat Ship, a platform that will add new capabilities and complement our current and evolving fleet of surface combatants.

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The Department of Defense and the military services have stated that the level of Reserve Component contributions to the total force will continue at the same pace for many years. Currently, over 677,000 Guard and Reserve members have been mobilized for GWOT and contingency operations.

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Navy - December 2009 Minimize

Navy Magazine December 2009

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