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Report: Navy Includes F-35s, Super Hornets as Unfunded Priorities

The U.S. Navy has submitted an “unfunded priority” list to Congress that includes $1.5 billion for the procurement of Boeing-built F/A-18E/Fs and another $270 million for Lockheed Martin-built F-35Cs, Reuters reported Wednesday. Andrea Shalal writes the military service’s fiscal 2017 budget proposal seeks funds for only two Super Hornets. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus told the …

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Profile: Sonny Bhagowalia, Treasury Department CIO

Sonny Bhagowalia assumed duties as chief information officer of the Treasury Department in October 2014 and concurrently serves as deputy assistant secretary for information systems at the agency. He oversees the department’s $3.5 billion information technology investment portfolio and information resources management strategy. Prior to the Treasury, he served as the Hawaii governor’s chief adviser …

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Boeing’s Allen Adler, Corning’s Waguih Ishak Join NIST’s Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has appointed Boeing‘s Allen Adler and Corning‘s Waguih Ishak to serve three-year terms as new members of its Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology. Adler, vice president of enterprise technology strategy for Boeing, is responsible for the company’s strategic planning for technology, research and collaboration, …

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Commission Issues Force Structure Recommendations to Army

A Congress-formed commission has issued 63 recommendations after it reviewed the U.S. Army‘s structure and policies for force size management and integration efforts, the Army News Service reported Thursday. C. Todd Lopez writes the National Commission on the Future of the Army concluded that the military service needs at least 980,000 active-duty and …

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Space News: NASA Gets $756M Budget Increase in FY 2016 Omnibus Bill

Congress has released an omnibus appropriations bill that would allocate $19.3 billion in funds for NASA for fiscal year 2016, Space News reported Wednesday. Jeff Foust writes the allocation represents a $756 million increase in funds the space agency requested for its FY 2016 budget. The omnibus bill also increased …

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MDA, Israel Missile Defense Agency Wraps Up Target Test for Arrow-3 Interceptor

Israel’s national missile defense organization and the U.S. Missile Defense Agency have completed their first target engagement test for the Arrow-3 interceptor. The Arrow-3 interceptor launched after the battle management control system analyzed data of a ballistic missile target during the test, MDA said Thursday. Israel’s air force and the Israeli Aerospace Industries led the …

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CNO John Richardson: Carrier-Launched Drone Program Should Pick Up Pace

U.S. Chief of Naval of Operations Adm. John Richardson has pushed for speedy progress in the U.S. Navy’s effort to develop a new unmanned armed aircraft for launch from a carrier at sea, Reuters reported Monday. Richardson believes the Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike program is the way forward for the …

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