this week’S HEADLINES

CALENDAR

  • UPCOMING REUNIONS     (click calendar button to right, and then click on the event in the calendar to see details)
    9/19-23     USS Raton (SS 270)

    9/23-27     USS Angler (SS 240
  • 9/12 Executive summary of naval shipyard optimization plan (usni.org)
  • 9/12 Navy awards $49.4M to L-3 Technologies Ocean Systems Division for towed sonar arrays (upi.com)
  • 9/12 U.S. subs better than Chinese, but numbers may matter in a war (businessinsider.com)
  • 9/11 On this date especially, the NSL thanks all who serve in the military and all those who work to keep them and us safe
  • 9/11 Navy report on policies for naming ships (news.usni.org)
  • 9/11 Connecticut gets federal contracting funds (ctmirror.org)
  • 9/10 Navy awards $37.6M to BAE for Virginia-class sub equipment (infosurhoy.com)
  • 9/7 Commentary: Should U.S. buy non-nuclear subs (popularmechanics.com)
  • REUNIONS THIS WEEK     (click calendar button to right, and then click on the event in the calendar to see details)
    9/9-12   USS Carp (SS 338
    )
    9/12-16 USS Fulton (AS 11)
    9/13-15 USS George Washington Carver (SSBN 656)
  • ALSO ON THE CALENDAR – 9/11 NSL Pacific Southwest chapter luncheon meeting
  • 9/7 North Carolina sailor supports subs in Connecticut (stokesnews)
  • 9/7 Kentucky sailor works sub IT in Japan (stripesjapan)
  • 9/7 The attack of the Turtle, first U.S. sub (realclearlife.com)
  • 9/7 Second Scorpene clss sub for Indian Navy (asianage.com) (theindianexpress) (9/10 defenseaviationpost.com)
  • 9/6 Navy force structure assessment (news.usni.org)

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