KBR to Prepare and Protect U.S. Navy Aircraft Crews through Recompetes Totaling $120M

July 19, 2021 – KBR won two recompetes totaling more than $120 million to provide leading-edge engineering services for U.S. Navy training systems and aircraft survivability equipment. Most recently, KBR won a $64.9 million task order to develop and upgrade training system hardware and software, as well as electronic classroom content and interactive courseware for the E-2/C-2 Airborne Command and…

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Navy Helicopter Crew Rescued After Crash Near Mt Hogue

A Navy MH-60 Knighthawk helicopter crashed near Mt. Hogue, California at approximately 5 p.m. on July 16, while conducting search and rescue (SAR) operations. All four crewmembers survived the crash without injury and have been safely recovered. The aircraft, call sign Longhorn 02, was supporting Mono County search and rescue efforts to locate a lost hiker in the rugged high-altitude…

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Santa Barbara Maritime Museum has been nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums

July 17, 2021 – The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum (SBMM) Board of Directors is excited and proud to announce that the Museum has earned national accreditation from the prestigious American Alliance of Museums (AAM). To reach this important goal, the Museum spent three years working toward its AAM accreditation by improving its processes and procedures, organizing collections and other policies,…

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Statement by the North Atlantic Council on Microsoft Exchange Server Attacks

Issued July 19, 2021 1. We observe with increasing concern that cyber threats to the security of the Alliance are complex, destructive, coercive, and becoming ever more frequent. This has been recently illustrated by ransomware incidents and other malicious cyber activity, targeting our critical infrastructure and democratic institutions, as well as exploiting weaknesses in hardware and software supply chains. 2.…

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