Two of the huge, empty chambers were refilled with water in preparation for Monday, March 25, which is opening day of the 2019 navigation season.
Modly: “The teamwork displayed by our allies and partners here is critical to ensuring we continue to be at the forefront of global seapower.”
The cutter Bertholf arrived March 3 at Sasebo Naval Base, according to a statement issued Monday by U.S. Coast Guard Pacific Area.
Researchers at Monash University are part of an international team that has developed a blockchain system that can defend malicious activity by attackers who possess more than half of the system’s computing power.
Including these two, 88 names have been retired because of their destruction from the Atlantic basin list since 1953, when storms began to be named.
Strengthening defense relationships, pursuing shared security concerns and creating tangible results were the themes of U.S. Army Gen. Joseph Votel’s opening remarks.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has concluded the first year of CyberTaipan with the 2018-19 National Finals held in Canberra, Australia on March 16. Launched in June 2018, the competition is a fun way to spark youth interest in pursuing further education and careers in cybersecurity and other science, technology, mathematics and engineering (STEM) subjects.
More than 570 landowners in two counties, Hidalgo and Starr, have received right-of-entry letters from the government asking to survey their land for possible border wall construction.
Almost two-thirds of the the original, massive $12.8 billion list of candidate projects the Pentagon released Monday are off the chopping block.
New efforts underscore the agency’s commitment to supporting President Trump’s Buy American and Hire American executive order designed to protect U.S. workers.