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U.S. Naval Institute News

17 JAN 2019

  • SECNAV: Adversaries Remain but Expect Defense Budget Increases to Disappear
    ARLINGTON, Va. – With increasing threats abroad and anticipated tighter defense budgets ahead, Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer will spend 2019 instilling a sense of urgency into how the Navy and Marine Corps operate. Since taking office, Spencer has focused on training, capabilities and the way the Navy and Marine Corps invest resources. Now, a […]
  • Navy Wants 2 Variants Next Common Auxiliary Hull: One for People, One for Volume
    ARLINGTON, Va. – The Navy now plans to design and field two hulls under the Common Hull Auxiliary Multi-Mission Platform (CHAMP) program, after the program office realized the five mission areas CHAMP seeks to cover fit neatly into people-centric and volume-centric categories. The Navy last year began work to find a common design as a […]
  • VCNO Moran: Navy Must Do More to Harness Data to Help Win Future Fights
    ARLINGTON, Va. — If the Navy’s going to leverage revolutionary technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning to help make decisions in combat it needs to improve how it handles its data, Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Bill Moran said on Tuesday. Speaking at the Surface Navy Association National Symposium, Moran made a plea […]
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