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UCAS-D Soars to Success

The following post was written by LCDR Kevin “LAMB” Watkins, X-47B Department Head, Government Flight Test Director – UCAS-D. Today some members from our Unmanned Combat Air System CV Demonstration (UCAS-D) Integrated Test Team (ITT) are in Seattle, Wash. receiving the James S. McDonnell award for Outstanding Achievements in Flight …

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LTJG Ryan’s Deployment Begins in Kuwait

The following is the 5th post by NavyLive guest blogger, LTJG Jeff Ryan, who is now deployed with the 2515th Navy Air Ambulance Detachment. This certainly did not fit the Hollywood storyline of how a deployment begins. There was no band playing “Anchors Aweigh,” no manning of the rails as …

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Looking Back on 100 Years of Naval Aviation

My, How the Time Has Flown… “I have been up to my ears in work…” Things sure haven’t changed much in that regard since Lieutenant Commander Henry Mustin wrote to his wife on January 21st, 1914, just one day after arriving in Pensacola, Florida on board USS Mississippi. Three years …

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