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2018 Community Day to be held April 28. NAVAL AIR WEAPONS STATION CHINA LAKE, Calif. — NAWS China Lake is hosting a Community Day event presented by Ridgecrest Regional Hospital and Operation Family Fund Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Blandy Avenue. The event is free to ...
Bob and Susan reside in the Indian Wells Valley and are retired from the Naval Air Weapons Station at China Lake. Bob, a renowned photographer and Susan, an expert birder, spent that time hiking the full extent of the trail viewing and photographing the majestic mountains, lakes, meadow and forests ...

After more than two months of operational testing of a missile system, an Italian Air Force wrapped up a successful mission as part of Blazing Shield Campaign at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake. “On behalf of all my personnel, I think China Lake was a great experience,” said Italian Air Force Col.
That second production lot was to help complete range installations and activations at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.; Edwards Air Force Base, Calif.; Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Md., White Sands Missile Range, N.M.; Nellis Air Force Base, Nev.; China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station, Calif.; and Point ...
Announced on 17 April, confirmation of the DT programme completion follows a single test shot of the JSOW missile from a USN F-35C at a threat representative target at the Naval Air Weapons Station in China Lake, California, earlier this year, and paves the way for the expected commencement of the ...
17 April 2018 -- At Patuxent River Naval Station, Md., the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet completed a LRASM “jettison release” test in 2017, which led to captive-carry tests at China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station, Calif. The anti-ship missile likely first will be field tested on Boeing's B-1B Lancer bomber.

In November 1943, a group of Navy and civilian visionaries at the Department of Defense launched an ambitious undertaking that would later turn into the largest installation for weapons system testing, research and development the U.S. Navy had. Fast forward 75 years, and Naval Air Weapons Station ...
The Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare Italiana: AMI) has finalised the operational evaluation and testing (OT&E) of its AGM-88E Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM) Block 1 supersonic air-to-surface missile system with a live fire campaign at the US Naval Air Weapons Station (NAWS) ...
This treasure trove is located on the Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, a major research, development, test and evaluation facility active since 1943. Public access is permitted to many of these petroglyphs but is limited to tours with Navy-approved guides — and interestingly, not open at all to foreign ...
SunPower notes it has deployed solar power systems at military facilities nationwide, including more than 28 MW at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada; 10 MW of solar and 1 MW of energy storage at the U.S. Army's Redstone Arsenal in Alabama; 13.78 MW at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake; and 5.6 ...
The Italian “Tonkas” are currently deployed to Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake along with four Eurofighter Typhoons and a C-27J Spartan. A small contingent of nine Italian Air Force aircraft is currently deployed to California. Four Tornado ECR (EA-200B in accordance with the Italian MoD Mission ...
Aircraft crews will arrive from Air Test and Evaluation Squadrons 9 and 31, both based at Naval Air Weapons Station at China Lake. Also, F/A-18s and E-2Ds from Air Test and Evaluation Squadrons 1 and 23 based at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland, will also participate. For more information, call ...
I am glad to see the China Lake Naval Museum is finally off the Naval Air Weapons Station. Having this museum next to the Maturango Museum could be a big boost for the local tourism industry. Has anyone been watching everything that has been going on in President Donald Trump's White House?
Noronha and Hirzel were flying the Growler from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Washington state back to Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake on Jan. 29 when their environmental control system failed. The cockpit temperature plunged to minus 30 degrees and the cabin began filling with a mist that ...
Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake is in the middle of planning for its upcoming April 28 Community Day, according to Margo Allen, the installation's public affairs officer. Allen provided some details at the Ridgecrest Chamber of Commerce lunch on Tuesday. She highlighted that the community day will ...
The new China Lake Museum has its grand opening on Friday morning at 11 a.m.. She said one of the things she's most excited about with the new location is being able to tell their story to the general public. The China Lake Museum is currently located on Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, making it ...
The planned location will be on a piece of land purchased by the tribe on North China Lake Boulevard near the main entry gate to Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake. According to the current project plan, the casino will “consist of two phases, and would total approximately 35,000 to 50,000 square feet ...

The new site is part of a multi-phase project intended to move the U.S. Naval Museum of Armament & Technology at China Lake (commonly known as the China Lake Museum) from its current location on Pearl Harbor Drive aboard Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake into Ridgecrest. The new site has ...
“I won't bend on that,” said Gleason, who said that not only should East Kern be allowed more influence, but that China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station and Edwards Air Force base would not be appropriate under one supervisor as the separate branches compete for resources. Gleason specified that ...
SunPower says it has deployed solar at military facilities nationwide, including more than 28 MW at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, 13.78 MW at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake and 28 MW at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, and 5.6 MW at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
The Navy League Indian Wells Valley Council has named the finalists for its 2018 Bluejacket of the Year awards. This year eight sailors serving aboard Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake selected as finalists. Those include Navy Counselor First Class Kenneth Billingslea, Hospital Corpsman First Class ...
McCarthy noted the budget bill benefits U.S. military and installations like Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake. “Our community's contribution to national security and military readiness is second to none,” McCarthy said in a statement. “The research, development, testing and evaluation conducted at the ...
NAVAL AIR WEAPONS STATION CHINA LAKE, Calif. — Petroglyph escort and tour guide training will take place March 3 at the Maturango Museum in Ridgecrest at 8 a.m.. Training will be an all-day event that covers environmental, security and administrative issues related to the tours, Little Petroglyph ...
... smaller than the F-16s, but probably much larger than a micro-drone as the bird-sized Perdix drones, 103 of those, launched from three F/A-18F Super Hornets, took part in one of the world's largest micro-drone swarms over the skies of Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, California on Oct. 25, 2016.
SunPower has installed solar power systems at military facilities such as the Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake and the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, in addition to the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. By Hanno van der Bijl – Digital Producer ...
Moran is a career aviator who primarily flew the P-3C Orion anti-submarine aircraft. Ashore he served as military assistant to the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition for Technology and Logistics and commanded the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, ...
LOS ANGELES — In the latest frightening example of cockpit problems in high-performance military aircraft, the Navy is investigating a recent incident in which the cockpit temperature of an EA-18G Growler reportedly plunged to minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Ice coated flight instruments and windows, ...
The jet, which specializes in jamming enemy electronics, took off Jan. 29 from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in northern Washington and was bound for the Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake near Ridgecrest, Calif., where the aircraft is based, said Cmdr. Ron Flanders, Naval Air Forces spokesman.
The cockpit temperature of an EA-18G Growler reportedly plunged to minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Ice-coated flight instruments and windows, forced the plane's two-person crew to land using a Garmin watch and spoken instructions from air controllers.


 

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