NLUS May 2012 Digital Edition
- P. 58 Broward’s Giambrone named Seafarers’ House Volunteer of the Year.Joe is a member of our council and on our council's Advisory Board.For more on Joe, see several previous messages, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PMMC-NLUS/msearch?query=Giambrone&submit=Search&charset=windows-1252.BRAVO ZULU Joe!Heave Ho,PhelpsPS
----- Original Message -----From: SEAPOWER EditorTo: nlsac@...Sent: Friday, April 20, 2012 6:29 AMSubject: NLUS May 2012 Digital EditionThe May 2012 issue of SEAPOWER
- Don't forget the commissioning activities 0800 at the California Maritime Academy Saturday, April 28. See http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PMMC-NLUS/message/1188.
- Did you see the article and photo of the Arkansas Division Band of the West in the April SeaPower?
- The council desires to continue its membership growth. Please do your part to bring friends and associates on board.
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P. 3 President’s Message. Primacy & Prosperity.
P. 47 2012 National Convention: Members on a Mission.
P. 54 Outreach, partnerships can help involve council members, community.
P. 56 Daytona race ticket effort nets council members visit with driver.
P. 57 Mayport salutes U.S. Coast Guard.
P. 57 Oak Harbor holds ‘Change of the Watch.’
P. 58 Broward’s Giambrone named Seafarers’ House Volunteer of the Year.
P. 58 Fort McHenry crew visits its namesake.
P. 58 Twin Cities hosts annual meeting.
P. 10 A Seat at the Table. Arguments intensify for U.S. to join U.N. Law of the Sea Convention
P. 14 Taking Care of the LCS. The Navy builds a sustainment model for its minimally manned ships.
P. 18 Actionable Intelligence. Shorter decision cycles are yet another challenge to information management.
P. 20 Seizing the Initiative. Operational Adaptation moves actionable information to the tactical edge.
P. 26 Networking on the Move. Proposal seeks ‘single naval battle concept’ for amphibious, expeditionary ops.
P. 30 Digital Force. Navy pushes ahead with ambitious project to overhaul radios throughout the fleet.
P. 32 Bridge to Poseidon. C4 upgrade to the P-3C’s connectivity will smooth transition to the P-8A.
P. 34 Communications Continuity. Navy wants new land- and sea-based networks to integrate seamlessly.
P. 36 WiFi for the Warfighter. With MUOS satellite launch, Navy sees future for better connectivity.
P. 38 Budget a Threat to Cyber Security. As the Coast Guard works to stand up Cyber Command, funding hinders progress.
P. 40 Interview. Capt. Christopher Meade, chief of the U.S. Coast Guard Office of Enterprise Infrastructure Management.
P. 44 Aviation Action Plan. Despite strong safety record, deadly crashes spur Coast Guard assessment.
P. 46 Program Snapshot. Solving the jellyfish puzzle.
P. 64 In My Own Words. Kate Morrand, assistant archeological conservator, Naval History and Heritage Command.
P. 6 Washington Report
* Budget Deliberations Will Test Tolerance for F-35 Cost Growth.
* Navy Reverses Cut of Carrier Air Wing.
* HII Gets Contract for Sixth NSC.
P. 8 Intercepts
“There is not a shred of political correctness in what the military is doing with energy efficiency or renewable energy. From lance corporal to general, they are on board. They live with the problems from over-reliance on fossil fuels.”
Retired Vice Adm. Dennis McGinn, president of the American Council on Renewable Energy and a vice chairman of the military advisory board for the Center for Naval Analyses.
On criticisms that the armed forces’ new energy strategies an initiatives are impractical and politically motivated.
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