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Navy Achieves 80 Percent Mission-Capable Goal for Aviation Fleet

The U.S. Navy has attained an 80 percent mission-capable rate for the service branch's aviation fleets of F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler aircraft. The Naval Aviation Enterprise worked to implement the Naval Sustainment System-Aviation initiative that allowed the Navy to achieve this goal, the service branch said Tuesday.

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Capt. John Dougherty Named Navy Precision Strike Weapons Program Manager

Capt. John Dougherty, formerly class desk officer for the U.S. Navy‘s unmanned carrier aviation program office, has taken a new role as manager of the service branch’s precision strike weapons program office. The Navy said Thursday that Dougherty will oversee 30 programs that cost more than $4.7 billion combined, including the Naval Air Systems …

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Rear Adm. Carl Chebi Takes Navy PEO Roles for C4I, Space Systems

Rear Adm. Carl Chebi, formerly vice commander of the Naval Air Systems Command, has assumed new roles as program executive officer for space systems and PEO for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence at the U.S. Navy. The Navy said Tuesday Chebi succeeded Rear Adm. Christian Becker, who will become commander of the Space and …

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Report: House Approves $577B Defense Budget for Fiscal 2015

House members voted 300-119 Thursday to pass a $577.1 billion spending bill to fund U.S. defense programs in fiscal year 2015, Bloomberg reported Thursday. Roxana Tiron writes the bill covers $495.9 billion in base Defense Department funds, $63.7 billion for combat operations and $17.5 billion to fund national security missions at …

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