An engineer at Naval Air Station Patuxent River is developing an artificial intelligence system with the potential to teach itself how to recognize and remove external interference from radar signals.
The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum building has been awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.
It’s the most wonderful time of year when the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is in full swing, collecting toys for the children of families in need of a little extra support this holiday season.
Like a lush, green oasis in the midst of construction zone chaos, new synthetic turf that will cover the Patuxent River Naval Air Station athletic fields adjacent to the drill hall was rolled out, and installation began Nov. 10. The work is ongoing, and the refurbished fields are scheduled t…
Naval flight officer Lt. j.g. John Taylor M. “J.T.” Gregg of Hollywood recently earned his “wings of gold” at NAVAIR Flight Training School in Pensacola, Fla., graduating after two years of Combat Strike Fighter training.
Defense contractor HTii will provide advice to the global community of IBM DOORS and DOORS Next Generation software users next Thursday, Nov. 17, via a live video webinar from an international IBM conference in Long Beach, Calif.
Planes twirled, climbed, dived, spun, glided, thundered and hovered in the clear blue skies above the crowd at Patuxent River Naval Air Station on Saturday and Sunday during Air Expo 2016.
Lt. Clay Martin is still enthusiastic about the Air Expo at Patuxent River Naval Air Station this month, despite the fact that the Blue Angels flying team had to drop out of the show.
Rear Adm. Jesse Wilson, a graduate of Great Mills High School, turned over command of the Carrier Strike Group on Sept. 14 while operating in the Arabian Gulf and supporting the fight against ISIS.
Northrop Grumman Corp. will highlight a full range of solutions for the many missions of the U.S. Army at the Association of the U.S. Army Annual Meeting and Exposition, taking place Oct. 3-5 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Kristina Rickard was just 15 years old when she started college. Already a student at Great Mills High School, Rickard began her higher education journey at the College of Southern Maryland through the dual-enrollment program.
The Naval Facilities Engineering Command marked 174 years of providing facilities engineering expertise to support Navy and Marine Corps commanders on Aug. 31.