In the News Archive . . .


USS Colorado returns from deployment, just in time for Christmas

Federal bill bolsters CT defense companies, nuclear submarine deal

Pratt & Whitney to remain sole source for F-35 jet engine upgrades

New Coast Guard Academy Leader Balancing Tradition with Change

Rep. Courtney: Lawmakers cannot ‘fumble the ball’ on getting AUKUS provisions passed

Only 3D printing can get the Navy’s submarine plan back on track, admiral says

USS Rickover’s Commissioning ‘Sends Message Of Strength’ To Nation’s Allies And Adversaries

Continuing Resolution Includes Funds for New Columbia-class Submarine

Stalled military nominations under the surface at Newport defense industry conference

Nautilus 90 North: 65 years ago, submarine’s North Pole journey was a Cold War triumph

As Connecticut's Electric Boat Thinks Big On Hiring, U.S. Navy Adding Small Subs

SUBASE marks IGSA success with Pedestrian Tunnel Ribbon Cutting

Governor Lamont Announces Launch of Recruitment Initiative for the Connecticut National Guard

Biden looks to boost military spouse employment with new order

EB awarded $1.1 billion contract for two Virginia-class subs

Sending out ensigns on humanitarian missions, Coast Guard Academy graduates 243

Sikorsky spins up to defend HH-60W combat rescue helicopter from planned cuts

Naval Submarine Base in Groton honors Vietnam War era veterans

Future National Coast Guard Museum already a boost for downtown

Electric Boat hopes to hire 5,750 employees this year

Coast Guard R&D Center showcases work, welcomes commandant

Office of Military Affairs cites ‘very bright’ future for Connecticut defense economy

Long-awaited fuel cell park at sub base becomes commercially operational for CMEEC


Governor Lamont Announces Reappointment of Commissioners and Agency Heads

Sikorsky files challenge to Army’s award of helicopter contract

Coast Guard Research and Development Center to celebrate 50th anniversary

Sikorsky, Electric Boat, others could get business boost from federal proposal

Navy brass celebrates completion of Pier 32 at Sub Base

In eastern CT, Electric Boat military contracts launch economic boom

With great fanfare, refurbished Nautilus reopens to public

Connecticut National Guard medic unit welcomed home

Coast Guard celebrates start of museum construction

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Takes a Prominent Role at RIMPAC

Submarine Capital Avenue: Honorary name proposed for Crystal Lake Road in Groton

Army awards Stratford’s Sikorsky Aircraft $2.3 billion contract for fleet of Black Hawk helicopters

Pratt & Whitney awarded $4.38B contract by U.S. DoD to build engines

Keel Laid For Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine District of Columbia

New Commandant Fagan Becomes First Female Branch Chief

Navy Orders Two CH-53K Helicopters for Marine Corps

Navy Commissions Sub SSN-793, Completes Refit Of SSGN-727

Governor Lamont Reappoints Major General Francis Evon, Jr. As Adjutant General of the Connecticut National Guard

SUBASE helps Chamber of Commerce Members Participate in renewed Military Affairs Day

Submarine base honors Gold Star Families

Submarine base announces partnerships with Capitol Region Council of Governments, DOT and Groton Utilities

The Eagle’s new eagle

New London celebrates funding for National Coast Guard Museum

CNO Gilday: Navy Balancing New SSN(X) Attack Submarine Design Against Need For NGAD, DDG(X)

CNO and Connecticut Congressman Visit Commands and Industry Partners; Focus on Columbia-class Submarine and Strategic Deterrence

New exhibit at state Capitol honors Coast Guard and its history in Connecticut

Navy looks to 3D printing for submarine parts to ease burden on strained industrial base

Report cites “outstanding” year for Connecticut’s defense industrial base

Defense production expansion could bring help to region’s submarine industry


USS Delaware families get holiday visit from first lady Jill Biden

Rear Adm. Pappano: Supply Chain Fragility Is No. 1 Risk To Columbia SSBN Program

F-35 Faces Stiff Competition As European Nations Decide On Future Fighters

Nautilus leaves Submarine Force Museum for $36 million preservation project

'I feel like we’re punished': Military spouses face employment barriers when their families relocate

U.S. Department of Education adopts Courtney recommendations on student loan forgiveness

Defense Spending Bill Promises Historic Support For Submarine Production, Courtney Says

SASC Adds Six F-35s To FY22 NDAA; Splits With House

First Connecticut-Built Sikorsky CH-53K Helicopter in Hands of U.S. Marine Corps

Lamont comes to Groton, signs bill aimed at aiding military families

National Guard officer candidates push through amid challenging conditions

Birth of the Eagle: How a Nazi training ship found its way to the Coast Guard Academy

More than Half of Service Members Are Vaccinated

Bipartisan Bill Aims to Attract More Teachers to Defense Communities

Electric Boat could benefit from problems with submarine parts

Sub base lab celebrates 75 years of medical research

US Navy awards Sikorsky $879M contract for CH-53K helicopters

President Joe Biden delivers commencement address at Coast Guard Academy in New London

Submarine Day Observance Calls Attention to Growing Opportunities in Submarine Construction

Coast Guard’s Eagle moving to City Pier in New London

Do military personnel in southeastern Connecticut feel welcome in the local community?

Officials back proposal to improve military spouse employment in Connecticut

The Coast Guard’s eye in the sky: Civil Air Patrol monitors ice along Connecticut and Thames rivers

Waterford moves forward with demolishing abandoned marina

Connecticut needs thousands of skilled workers to build nuclear submarines in coming years. Job training is available for unemployed workers

Courtney Renamed Chair of Navy Oversight Panel

Electric Boat Facing More Work Than At Any Point In Company’s History

Submarine Base Commander Embraces Vaccine in Battle Against COVID-19

‘This is our duty’: Coast Guard Academy Superintendent Gets Vaccine

U.S. Navy Honors Thomas Conway, Waterbury’s Hero Priest Of World War II


Connecticut Celebrates its Namesake Submarine

Plan For USS Groton Sail Memorial Moves Forward

Submarine Funding Restored in Final Version of Defense Bill

CEO: Electric Boat Could Double in Size in 6 Years

2019 Was a Landmark Year for Connecticut’s Defense Industry

No Yelling, Fewer Dropouts During Swab Summer at Coast Guard Academy

As Navy Secretary Visits Electric Boat, Lawmakers Push For More Submarine Funding

Navy Secretary Visits New England Sub Building Sites

Report: Pentagon Contract Spending Powers Connecticut to No. 1 in US as Russia and China Test Military Strategy

Submarines, Usually An Ideal Place For Disease To Spread, Manage To Keep COVID-19 At Bay

Council of Governments Awarded Grant to Study Parking in Groton City, as Electric Boat Expands

Coronavirus Precautions Dictate Slow Start for Coast Guard Academy Swabs

Maritime Heritage Festival Will Have to Do Without (Live) Ships

Submarine Base Embarks on Latest Energy Project

Navy Awards Electric Boat $869 Million Columbia Mod And $9.5 Billion Options For First Two Subs

Undersea Warfighting Development Center Welcomes New Commander

Sirkorsky awarded $17.9M modification for work on the H-53K

With i911 System, Coast Guard Can Use Cell Phone GPS Data to Locate Mariners

Pandemic Isn’t Slowing Down Columbia-Class Submarine Construction

Electric Boat Delivers Attack Submarine Vermont to the Navy

Schultz: Coast Guard Response to COVID-19 Highlights Modernization Needs

Geurts Shoring Up U.S. Navy’s Industrial Base

Navy Ship Commissionings on Track Despite Pandemic, But Ceremonies Are Delayed

Electric Boat Grapples With How To Keep Workers Safe Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

100-Plus Lawmakers Call for Adding Attack Submarine to the Budget

Columbia SSBN Not a Factor in 2021 Budget Cut to One Virginia-Class Sub, Geurts Says

Groton Sub Base May Lose $72 Million For New Pier To Trump’s Border Wall


Navy Plans Relocation Of Magnetic Silencing Equipment In Thames

House Passes Defense Policy Bill Backing Submarine Construction at EB, Provides Money for New Pier at Sub Base

Electric Boat President says $22.2 billion Submarine Contract Provides Predictable Future for Company

Study Finds Region has Adequate Housing for New Electric Boat Employees

Work Resumes on Submarine Base Fuel Cell after Contractors Not Paid

Electric Boat Preparing for Columbia-Class, But Supply Base Remains a Challenge

Joe Courtney: New Submarine Facility will Define Connecticut’s Economy

Construction of Coast Guard Museum to Start in Early 2020

Connecticut National Guard Welcomes Home 150 Soldiers, Will Send Off Another 50

Third Day of Eagle Activity in New London: Change of Command Ceremony

Public Workshop in Groton to Address EB Housing, Transportation Needs

Departing Coast Guard Station New London Commander Recognized for Dedication to Her Crew

Sikorsky Awarded $542 Million for 6 Presidential Helos

$34B = Biggest Procurement in History of Lockheed, DoD Handshake Deal for 478 F-35s

Electric Boat Receives Half-Billion-Dollar Award To Help Submarine Suppliers Expand

New Development Commissioner Visits Norwich, New London, Groton

Eagle, Once Again, to be Fixture on New London Waterfront

Whitescarver The Finisher Turns Over Sub Base Command

Study Submarine Maintenance is Not More Expensive at Private Shipyards

Coast Guard Academy Making Investments to Bolster Seamanship

State of the Sub Base Solid Enduring Outgoing Commanding Officer Says

Work Begins to Assess Needs at Pier 7 at Fort Trumbull

With the US Navy's Top Shipbuilding Priority on Deck Red Flags Fly

Cheeseman Appointed to State Council on Education Opportunities for Military Children

Coast Guard, State Military Department Sign Agreement that Allows for Collaboration in Cyber, Arctic Ops

103 House Lawmakers Push for More F-35s

Electric Boat Awarded $2B for Block V Virginia Attack Boat Long-Lead Materials

DOD Releases List of Milcon Projects at Risk for Wall Funding

White House Budget Includes Request for Three Attack Submarines

Courtney: Navy Picks EB for USS John Warner Maintenance

Navy Appoints Admiral To Oversee Columbia Sub Effort

Navy's New Nuke Sub On Track; Early Problems Fixed

USS South Dakota Joins Fleet as 'Most Modern Sub in the World'

With Influx of Sub-related Workers, the First Task: What kind of housing is needed and how much?

Thresher Memorial Gets Approval from Army Secretary

More Sub Workers and Sailors are Coming. Are We Ready?

Ross Reappointed to Lead Office of Military Affairs



Cross Hall Galley Trains Future Watch Captains

Services Look outside Their Gates to Finance Energy Resilience Projects

Sikorsky Receives $382 Million Contract for Eight MH-60R Seahawks

Bill Would OK Use of Federal Money for Museum Prep Work

Submarine Vermont Christened at Connecticut Shipyard

Groton-Based Sub Named Best Ship In Atlantic Fleet

Gerard Butler And Director Of 'Hunter Killer' Visit New London

Sub Builder Electric Boat Injects Millions into Groton Expansion

Malloy: State will create microgrid at U.S. Naval Submarine Base

Navy Destroyer, Concert of Americana Music to Anchor Maritime Festival

State's Defense Industry Expected to Continue to Grow

Public Asked to Weigh In on Latest Coast Guard Museum Designs

Sub Base, Energy Officials Mark Groundbreaking For Fuel Cell Park

Growth in Southeastern Connecticut: Regional Council Seeks Firms for JLUS Implementation Project at Sub Base; Senator Steps up to Secure Funding for Housing, Infrastructure Study

Coast Guard Museum Organizers Hire Connecticut Firms for Pre-construction Work

There’s Nothing the U.S. Navy Can Do to Avoid a Submarine Gap

New Connecticut National Guard Medical Helicopter Unit Set to Deploy to Southwest Asia

UConn Researchers Advance Submarine Power

Sub Base Names Dive Locker after Navy’s First Female Deep-Sea Diver

Gov. Malloy Announces Historic Long-Term Partnership with General Dynamics Electric Boat

EB, Navy Gearing up for Boost in Submarine Production

Navy and State Celebrate ‘Sesquicentennial,’ of a U.S. Navy Installation Being Established in Connecticut

Sub Base Reflects on Its 150-year History

Navy Seeks to Rev Up to Building 3 Attack Submarines Per Year

Plans for Coast Guard Museum Pedestrian Bridge Move Forward

Submarines USS Hartford, USS Connecticut Surface Together In The Arctic Circle

Electric Boat Awarded Long-Lead Contract For Virginia-Class Block V Attack Boats

Navy Kicks Off ICEX 2018

Courtney Urges Navy to Rev Up Sub Building

Quality-of-Life Issues May Affect Future Basing Decisions, Services Tell Governors

General Dynamics to Pump Nearly $2 Billion into Its Shipyards

Institute to Help Bulk Up ‘Silicon Valley of undersea warfare,’ Officials Say

EB’s Workforce Surpasses 16,000, a Number Not Seen in Nearly 25 Years

New Chief Development Officer for Coast Guard Museum to Lead Fundraising Effort

You Thought the Deep Freeze was Bad? The Winter of 1918 was Worse

Lyman Native Wrapping up Two Year Stint as Submarine Officer-in-Charge



Connecticut's Family Firms Join Conglomerates for Share of Military Work

Transportation Hub Envisioned for Outside Base

Coast Guard Academy Aims to Cut Its Energy Use in Half

Submarine Maker Scopes State For Skilled Workers

Navy Only Interested in Stable 2-A-Year Attack Boat Build Rate
Despite Congressional Authority to Buy More

Submarine Maintenance Backlog Threatens Crisis Response: Admiral

The Window for BRAC May Have Closed

Sub Base to House Fuel Cell Park

USS South Dakota, Navy's Newest Attack Submarine, Christened In Groton

Navy $5 Billion Deal Builds New Nuclear-Armed Columbia-Class Sub

Navy Awards Electric Boat $5.1B Columbia-Class Submarine Design Contract

Military Spending Measure With Billions For Conn. Wins Senate Approval

48 Hours On The USS John Warner

Congressional Delegation Lauds New Undersea Engineering Program

Navy Base Supporters: State In Good Position To Face Round Of Closures

OpSail Descendant Benefiting From Military Presence

DoD Backs McCain-Reed Proposal To Close Military Bases

Plan For New Coast Guard Museum In Conn. Gains Momentum

URI, UConn Win Navy Grant For Undersea Engineering Program

Electric Boat 'Hiring Frenzy' Gives Economic Boost To Southeastern Connecticut

The U.S. Military Might Soon Have More Submarines And F-35s

Navy Says Submarine Industrial Base Can Support Increase In Production

Lockheed Gets $5.6B For Work On Next Batch Of F-35s

Project Underway To Improve Roads Near Sub Base Entrance, Add Bike Path

Nautilus Stop Vital Addition To Heritage Park

Southeastern Connecticut Honored 'Great American Defense Community'

Navy Adds Second Attack Sub To 2021 Plans: Considering 3 SSNs In Future Years

Little Know Characters In America: Hyman G. Rickover

Lockheed's Helicopter Seen Costing More, Taking Longer

Murphy, Blumenthal Urge Navy To Speed Up Overhaul Of A Sidelined Submarine

EB Workforce Surpasses 15,000 Employees; More Hires Planned

Spending Bill May Lead To Thousands Of New Defense Jobs

Navy Can Only Meet Half Of Submarine Requirements In Pacific

Sub Suppliers Sharing In EB Boom

Submarine Force Makes Birthday Wish: More Boats

Helping Submarines "See": UTC Aerospace Systems Begin Production Of First Large Vertical Array For Virginia Class Subs

State's Sub Suppliers Preparing For Construction Boom

Report Points To Connecticut's Role In Expanding, Retaining Its Defense Workforce

Trump's Budget Plan Favors Military Spending, Guts Domestic Programs

Trump Plan To Increase Defense Spending May Boost State

Senator: The Submarine Is America's 'Strategic, Decisive Edge'

Push Is On For More F-35s, Sikorsky Helicopters And Work For EB

Trump Calls For More Submarines - For Less Money

Region Recognized For "Unwavering Support" Of Military Community

Submarine Contractor Brings 1,350 Jobs To CT

Electric Boat Says It Can Meet Navy Goal For Adding Subs

Electric Boat Poised To Invest $1.5 Billion To Meet Demand For More Subs

New Class Of Balistic Missile Submarines Reaches Milestone



Damaged Black Hawks Ready To Soar After Time In Groton Shop

Sikorsky Wins Pentagon Contract For Marine One Helicopter

Electric Boat To Take Advantage Of $5 Million Grant For On-The-Job Training

Navy Contracts Mean Electric Boat Will Hire 14,000 Over Next 13 Years

Billions Continue To Flow To Connecticut's Submarine Industry

New Continuing Resolution Would Allow Ohio Replacement Program To Move Forward

Connecticut First In Nation To Help PTSD Vets Upgrade 'Bad Paper' Discharges

Robotic Helicopters Complete Mock Rescue Mission

Coast Guard Museum Organizers Announce Planned Themes For Inside Of Museum

US Navy To Fund Replacement Pier At Subase New London

Navy Commits $5.4M To Pier Reconstruction Project At Groton Sub Base

Michelle Obama: 'Beyond Proud' At US Navy Submarine Ceremony

Sub Base, Surrounding Communities To Be Part Of Land Use Study

Navy Secretary Mabus Drops In With A Medal For Malloy

USS Holland, Future Submarine Illinois Demonstrate Evolution Of Submarines Over Time

EB Seeking New Suppliers, As Sub Workload Continues To Grow

More Than Ever, The Submarine Capital Of The World

Electric Boat Delivers Submarine Illinois Early, Below Budget

Latest Naval Technology Includes Blackwing Drones

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus Bullish On Submarines' Role In Future

Nominations Sought For Connecticut Vererans Hall Of Fame

Regional Planning Group Seeks Consultant To Perform JLUS For Connecticut Sub Base

Electric Boat Projects Expanded Workforce For New Submarine Programs

Coast Guard Band To Stay In New London

Navy Study May Call For More Virginia-Class Subs

Navy Seeks 2nd Attack Sub In 2021

Navy To Request Ohio Replacement Program Milestone B Decision This Summer

Coast Guard Museum Developers Learn About Flood Plain Issues In FEMA Meeting

Pratt & Whitney Awarded Adaptive Engine Transition Program Contract For Future Fighter Engines

Connecticut Leads The Way In Supporting Military Bases

Take A Deep Dive Into Connecticut's 100-Year Submarine History

Regional Council: Coast Guard Museum Should Be In Downtown New London

Submarine Base Celebrates 100 Years Of Service

Prospects Bright For Connecticut's Defense Base

Special Guests Get A Taste Of Submarine Cuisine

Submarine Production Poised To Outpace Other Pentagon Programs Through 2030

Senate Defense Policy Bill Would Mean More Than $16 Billion For Connecticut's Defense Industries

Nautilus To Undergo Preservation Work As Early As 2017

Defense Business Is Booming In Connecticut

Decorated Combat Veteran To Lead UConn's Veterans Program

Admiral: Submarine Force Shifting To Payload-Centric Model

Senate Committee Passes Bill Including $5 Million For Coast Guard Museum

Senate Committee To Vote On Bill That Would Include Funds For Coast Guard Museum

Defense Secretary Visits EB, Submarine Base

Panel: Sub Base Positioned Well Against BRAC 'Noise'

Lawmakers Seek Assessment Of Contractors' Ability To Build Two Virginia Subs A Year

Navy To Revise Psychological Screening For Potential Submariners

Pentagon Says Report Justifies A Round Of Base Closures

Electric Boat To Hire Thousands As Military Strategy Shifts Back To Subs

Navy Proposes To Accelerate Attack Submarine Construction

Pratt Wins $1.04 Billion U.S. Deal For F-35 Fighter Engines

Coast Guard Museum Association Working To Cultivate Nex Donor Base

Naval Submarine School Plays Role In USS Hartford's Icy Breakthrough

Congressmen Visit EB A Day After It Is Named Prime Contractor For Ohio Replacement Program

Ohio Replacement Plan Is Good News For Electric Boat

After Arctic Trip, Murphy Calls For Continued Sub Funding

Coast Guard Academy Cadets Take Flight On Simulator

Coast Guard Rescues Three New London Fisherman After Their Boat Catches Fire

Not Enough Subs So Buy More: Rep. Forbes

Proposed FY'17 Cuts In Navy Would Not Force Sailors Out Of Service

State Official: Sub Base In Good Position As Pentagon Pushes For BRAC

Pentagon Chiefs Ask Congress For Another Round Of Base Closings

Navy Now Proposes To Build An Additional Virginia-class Attack Submarine Over A Five-year Period

POLITCO Pro Q&A: Rep. Joe Courtney

Electric Boat Investing To Recruit, Train New Employees

State Veterans' Affairs Committee Official Wants To Change Marriage License Law

Submarine Trail Would Celebrate History Of Submarines In Groton, Region

Pentagon Renews BRAC Request But Pushes It Back To 2019

Connecticut's Federal Lawmakers Applaud Final Passage Of CG Authorization Act

Coast Guard Academy Uses Disney's "The Finest Hours" As Example Of Leaders Of Character

Groton Public Library To Present Connecticut Submarine Century Lecture

State Grant To Advance Redevelopment At Connecticut Engine Plant

Electric Boat Will Add More Than 300 Jobs In Connecticut This Year

Coast Guard Museum Group Announces More Than $4 Million In Pledges

Cyber Team Forms At The Coast Guard Academy

DOD, Pratt & Whitney Reach 'Handshake' On F-35 Engine Deal

Navy Personnel Chief Confident About Female Submariners

EB Engineers, Designers, Purchasers Move Into Former Pfizer Building In Groton



State Proposes Energy, Security Projects For Sub Base

Courtney Receives Award For Support Of Military Communities In Connecticut

State, Navy Agree On Next Projects For Sub Base

Navy Welcomes Local Investment In Bases

Navy Celebrates Opening Of State-Funded Diver Support Facility

New Dive Locker At Sub Base Boasts Rewarming Area, Bigger Space

Water Taxi Vessels Arrive In New London

New Manufacturing Facility To Support Ohio-Class Replacement Program In Quonset Point

Ohio-Class Replacement Submarine Colors All Shipbuilding Efforts For U.S. Navy

House Passes Revised Defense Policy Bill, Rejects New BRAC Round

New Sub USS Massachusetts Critical To Growing Fleet

CH-53K Helicopter Achieves First Flight

Submariners On New 24-Hour Watch Schedule

Navy Moving On New Nuclear Sub EB Hopes To Build

Arctic Nations Group To Meet Next Week At U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Connecticut's Submarine Century

First Seven Submarines Arrived In Groton A Century Ago

Navy, Local Officials Kick Off Sub Century

F-35 Completes Carrier Tests Aboard The Ike

First Lady Christens Navy Submarine Named After Illinois

How To Prepare For Mars? NASA Consults Navy Sub Force

General Dynamics: We Need Navy's Answers On SSBN(X) Subs Acquisition Plan

Undersea Warfare Development Center

State To Celebrate 100 Years Of Submarine Activity

Berra Became A Heavy Hitter Playing For Sub Base In 1945

New Undersea Warfighting Development Center Gets Started In Groton

Retired Navy Admiral Tells Coast Guard Academy Cadets To Look South

Three Towns Consider Their Compatibility With The Stones Ranch Military Reservation

CGA Tops Several Best Colleges Lists

Senator Murphy Joins With Marina Owners In Supporting Dredging Plan

Surplus Navy Vessel Being Sought For Water Taxi

More Enlisted Women Sought For Sub Duty By 2016

UConn Expands Tuition Benefits For Veterans

Always Prepared, Always Appreciated

Navy To Salute Coast Guard For 225th Birthday

Marines File Paperwork For F-35 IOC: Sign-Off 'Soon'

National Guard Officer Candidates 'Stay Focused And Keep Driving On'

Navy Deploys First Underwater Drone From USS Dakota

Exclusive: Lockheed To Buy United Tech's Sikorsky For Over $8 Billion

Connecticut Military Affairs Office Keeps Sights On Sub Base

Courtney Has Proven To Be Fierce Advocate For Submarine Fleet, Connecticut Sub Base

State Military Affairs Director Appointed To Defense Communities Board

Rickover's NR-1 Returns Home

Navy Celebrates Once-Secret Sub Now On Display in Museum

Groton Heights Chosen As Preferred Site For USS Groton Sail

Groton Sub Base To Be Home To New Undersea Warfighting Development Center

Rendon Takes The Helm From Stosz At Coast Guard Academy

Sikorsky S-97 Raider Achieves First Flight

Next BRAC Should Be Smooth Sailing, Sub Commander Says

Connecticut's Defense Industry Well-Supported In Proposed Federal Appropriations

Coast Guard Museum Association Launches National Fundraising Drive In D.C.

Planning Underway For Connecticut's Coast Guard Summer In New London

Coast Guard Museum Association To Launch First National Fundraising Campaign

Navy Studies Building 3 Virginia-Class Attack Submarines Per Year

Bow Wave Of Subs Rolling Through Yards

EB Planning Today For Tomorrow's Growth In Connecticut, Rhode Island

Obama Nominates Academy Superintendent Stosz To Coast Guard Deputy Commandant

Rhode Island Builds American Seapower

Mabus: Protecting Shipbuilding 'Til The Last Dog Dies'

Congressmen Rally Behind Ohio-Class Submarine Replacement

Lockheed F-35 Heads For The Ski Jump In Next Round Of Tests

Sub Base Opens New Greener Fuel Pump

Obama Budget Includes Money For Virginia-class Subs, Ohio Replacement Program

Congress Will Come Around On BRAC, Pentagon Official Says

States' Support For The Military Increasingly Includes Paying For On-Base Construction

Eagle To Be Featured On Stamp Honoring The Coast Guard

Coast Guard Takes Note Of New London Nod In Obama Speech

Electric Boat Expects To Hire 600 Locally

Electric Boat Faces Challenge Of Replenishing Skilled, But Senior, Work Force

Navy Turns To More Private Contractors For Submarine Maintenance

Defense Officials Signal Intention To Request New BRAC Round

Pentagon Mulls How To Fund Submarines And 300-Ship Fleet



No Draft Required: States Increasingly Volunteer To Support Military Installations, ADC Report Reveals

Courtney: Ohio-class Submarine Replacement Program Going As Planned

Sale Of Union Station Is Near On Behalf Of Coast Guard Museum Group

New London Plans To (Heart) Coast Guard Even More During Celebration Next Summer

Pentagon Will Request a New BRAC Round in FY’16 Budget, Hagel Indicates

Navy Flying: No More Tricky Landings?

UConn Honors Veterans

Library Goes ‘Full Speed’ Ahead on EB History Project

Pratt, Pentagon Agree on 8th F-35 Engine Lot

The USS North Dakota, A $2.6-Billion Attack Submarine, Is Commissioned

Virginia Subs to Get Berthing Changes for Female Crew

Run Silent, Run Scared: ‘A Crucial Year’ For Navy’s New Nuke Sub

Exclusive: Lockheed, Pentagon reach $4 billion deal for more F-35 jets

East Lyme to make study of Stones Ranch Military Reservation

Groton seeks submarine artifacts of decommissioned USS Groton

Blumenthal, Courtney Tout Program For Trident Sub Successor

Navy Secretary Predicts More Submarines In Visit To Electric Boat

Long Before Nuclear Power, There Was Turtle Power

With Ohio Replacement Coming, Time To Ramp Up Supplier Base

Top Officer At Sub Base Retires, Submarine Group Two Disestablished

Sub Base Putting Energy Into Conservation Efforts, Hosting Industry Leaders

State's First Aerospace Summit Coming to Groton in September

Connecticut Commissioner Impressed by Sub Base's Outreach to STEM Teachers

Industry Day At Groton Sub Base to Explore Alternative Energy Projects

DEEP Commissioner Checks Out Sub Base's State-Funded Boiler Upgrade

Defense Will Likely Spend Less In State

Electricity 'Microgrid' At Sub Base Could Save Money, Provide Backup

Courtney Hosts Summit to Strengthen Connecticut Submarine Supply Chain

Conn. Maritime Firms To Seek Submarine Business

First Lady Helps Lay Keel For New Submarine

Coast Guard Gets Modeling And Simulation Center

The Big Picture: Exploring The Deep Blue In A Wearable Submarine

Attack Subs Swap Inactivation Dates

Northrop Grumman Selected To Provide Turbine Generator Units For US Navy's Ohio Replacement Submarine Program

Senate Bill Would Create Separate Fund For New Trident Submarine

Climate Change Deemed Growing Security Threat By Military Researchers

State Senate Approves Point Stratford

Democratic Lawmaker Calls For New BRAC; Local Delegation Slams Plan

Five Reasons Virginia-Class Subs Are The Face Of Future Warfare

Submarines: Cheaper By The Dozen

Ten Subs For The Price Of Nine And A Push For Separate Budget Ohio-Class Replacement

King Stallion: Newest Marine Helo Gets A Royal Rollout

House Committee Looks To Create Separate Fund For Ohio Replacement

NUWC Lab Will Launch Ideas For Uses Of Big Payload Tube On Future Submarines

Electric Boat Prepares To Fill 450 New Positions At Quonset For 10 Virginia-Class Attack Submarines

Coast Guard Museum Project Digs In

EB Signs Deal With Navy For 10 Virginia-class Submarines

BRAC Criteria Need To Account For Intellectual Resources, House Panel Says

U.S. Navy Looks To Leverage Submarine Work To Keep Costs Down

Parallel Parking In The Arctic Circle

Shipyard Formally Decommissioning USS Miami

U.S. Set To Approve International Debut Of F-35 Fighter: Sources

Navy Backs BRAC - Just Not For The Navy

Coast Guard Museum Gets Downtown New London Land

Coast Guard Museum: Launching The Future In New London

Gov. Malloy: UTC Agreement Impacts Jobs Throughout The State

Sub Base Links Into Microgrid Pilot Plan

Coast Guard Museum Agreement Signed In Ceremony At Union Station

New London To Begin Transfer Of Land To Coast Guard For Museum

Fundraising Efforts Pick Up For National Coast Guard Museum

Submarine Base 'Never Better' Despite A Tight Budget

SOCOM Develops Dry Submersible Mini-Sub for SEALs

Navy Set To Accept First Virginia-Class Block III Sub

Navy, Electric Boat Test Tube-Launched Underwater Vehicle

Connecticut To Study Impact Of Defense Cuts On Industry Supply Chain Through OEA Grant

Navy, Electric Boat Finishing Designs For Ohio Replacement Program

Eagle Back Home For Now, Will Soon Become A Rare Sight

More Money For Helicopters, Submarines, Jet Engines Made In State

Nautilus, Worlds' First Nuclear Sub, A Star At 60

Electric Boat Plans $100 Million Upgrade

General Dynamics Receives $15 Million U.S. Navy Award For Common Missile Compartment Development

R.I. Defense Industry Freshly Fueled With Submarine Money

New London, Coast Guard Closing In On Museum Reality

Future Of Army Plant In Focus



Every Connecticut National Guard Unit Home Since 2003

House Military Budget Has Billions For Conn. Companies

BRAC Prohibition In Compromise Measure Short, To The Point

Museum Will Remain Coast Guard Commandant's Passion

Navy Launches A Drone From A Submerged Submarine

Conn. National Guard Sees Older Cargo Planes As Its Future

Engine Plant Developers Consider Uses For Site

NOAA To Have Home With Coast Guard In New London

Navy Awards EB $17 Million For Support Services At Sub Base

USS Dallas, Movie Star Submarine, Comes Home For Last Time

Coast Guard Museum Proponent Wins Leadership Award

Sikorsky Delivers 2nd Of Two VIP S-92 Helicopters For Service To The Turkish Prime Ministry

Arnold Palmer Has Blessed New London Coast Guard Museum Plan

EB Wins Funds To Continue With Missile Compartment For Next Submarine Class

Without Submarine Escort Duty, Local Coast Guard Downsized

Veterans Are More Valuable Employees, Research Indicates

Garrisoning Is Major Cause Behind Civil-Military Divide, Think Tank Authors Say

Schwartz Pledges To Be A Force To Improve VA System

North Dakota Makes Its Debut

Pentagon Sees 'Sufficient' Progress To Boost Fiscal Year 2015 F-35 Output

General Dynamics To Christen The U.S. Navy's Most Advanced Submarine, North Dakota, On Saturday

Coast Guard Museum Divides New London City Council Candidates

Submarine Force Leaders: Expect A Flight Each Year

Three-Star: Enlisted Women To Join Silent Service in 2016

Pratt & Whitney, Pentagon Reach $1.1B Deal On F-35 Engines

How The U.S. Can Maintain The Undersea Advantage

Keeping The Virginia-Class Attack Sub On Track Should Be A Top Congressional Priority

Groton-based Attack Submarines To Be First With Female Officers

Federal Contractors' Pain Won't Vanish After Shutdown End

Furloughs Impacting Sub Work at Electric Boat

Lawmakers, Analysts Describe Fragility of Shipbuilding Industrial Base

Navy to Brief Industry in October on Project to Build Large Long-Endurance Unmanned Submarine

Coast Guard Retiree Recalls Long-Ago Night of Lifesaving Heroism

At Electric Boat, A Shock But Not a Trend

U.S. Navy Squadron Finally Takes To The Air In An F-35

Navy: USS Miami Inactivation Won't Hurt Shipyards

Navy Studying Feasibility Of Wind Power At Groton Sub Base

Pentagon Downplays Prospects Of Cancelling F-35, Bomber

55 Years Ago: Connecticut's Submarine Nautilus Crosses The North Pole

Sub Base Receives State Grant For Power Generators

USS Springfield Returns From Six-Month Deployment

Subs To Lose Coast Guard Escorts As Duty Shifts To Navy

Continued Sequestration Would Exacerbate Cuts At Installation Level, Hagel Warns

Sub Base Reserves Parking For Gold Star Families

Coast Guard Builds Ties With Most International Students Ever In One Class

Coast Guard Sector Long Island Sound Changes Commanders

Authorization Bill Reveals Text Of Amendment Blocking BRAC

Bill Would Establish $177M Fund For Capital Projects At Massachusetts Military Bases

Planners For Coast Guard Museum Raise $100,000

Panel To Monitor Military's Use Of Community-Installation Support Agreements

Navy Stands Apart On BRAC, Shared Services

Two Submarines On Deck At Electric Boat

Cruz Explains Amendment Blocking BRAC

Coast Guard May Stop Escorting Submarines On The Thames

Electric Boat Honored For Commitment To Healthy Work Environment

USS Hartford To Receive 2012 Arleigh Burke Fleet Trophy Award

Exuberant Welcome Home For National Guard Unit Returning From Afghanistan

Naming Of Downtown Site Triggers Wave Of Coast Guard Museum Activity

EB Gets Contract To Help Lighten Spanish Sub

Capt. Denno Steps Down In Naval Submarine Base Change of Command

Sikorsky Gets $435M Contract For Next Step Of Heavy-Lift Marine Helicopter

Base Commander Made Community His Business

Groton Sub Base Sends Notices To 750 For Furloughs Starting July 8

Pratt & Whitney Finalizes $1 Billion F-35 Jet Engine Deal

BRAC Rejection Will Help Ease Readiness Issues, Wittman Suggests

Proud Home Of Coast Guard Academy

Delaying U.S. Base Closing Sensible

Lower Ohio-Class Replacement Cost Tied To VA-Class Multiyear Deal: Could Achieve 8 To 15 Percent Savings

SUBASE, State, And Town Officials Launch Crystal Lake Road Improvement Project With 'Eyesore' Demolition

U.S. Coast Guard To Host Annual Open House In New Haven May 11, 2013

Connecticut National Guard Families Welcome Home 100 Soldiers

Coast Guard Museum

Plans For National Coast Guard Museum Unveiled

Malloy Urges National Coast Guard Museum Project Along

Navy, Marine Corps Witnesses Stick To Characterization Of BRAC Need

Admiral: Many Unaware Sub Service Keeps Enemies From Our Shores

Connecticut Delegation Says Base Closing Plan Has No Chance

New Base Closure Round Would Fit Mold Of Earlier BRACs, Comptroller Says

Sequestration Poses Minimal Threat To Ohio-class Replacement Subs

Navy To Seek More Money For Subs, Aircraft Carriers

CNO Voices Commitment To F-35 Despite Tailhook Issues

Budget Crunch Dictates New BRAC Round, Analyst Says

Region's Economy Stands To Reap Benefits

State Pledges $20 Million For New Coast Guard Museum In New London

Courtney: House Vote Preserves Two Subs Plan

Iraq And Connecticut's Defense Industry

Coast Guard Takes Stock As Museum Announcement Nears

Finizio: Coast Guard Museum One Step Closer To City

Congress Takes Pre-Emptive Strike Against BRAC

State Could Lose Over $900M In Defense Funds Without Sequestion Deal

Coast Guard Barque Eagle's Future May Include Extensive Repairs In Baltimore

More Base Closing? Wittman: Don't Even Think About It

EB, Submarine-parts Makers Take Their Case For Funding To Capitol Hill

Pentagon Plans To Ask For Base Closures

Locally Sequestration Would Cancel Contracts, Jeopardize Facilities

USS Pittsburg Leaves High-tech Drydock

Napolitano: Looming Budget Cuts Imperil Coast Guard Operations

The Changing Of The Yard At Electric Boat

Navy Puts Ship Maintenance, Base Repair Work On Hold

Women To Serve On Virginia-class Subs, Navy Announces

Funeral Held For Markowicz, Leader Of Effort To Save Sub Base

Submarine Builder Forecasts Hirings, Stability

Coast Guard's New Warning Device Designed To Get Attention

Defense Worries A Microcosm Of CT Economy



Preparing Troops For The Jobs Wars

Sub With New Design Nears Completion In Groton

Navy Opens State-Funded Simulator Facility At Connecticut Sub Base

Congress Supports Building Two Submarines Per Year

Navy Pins First Nuclear-Qualified Female Submariners

DOD Announces Plans To Brief Industry On New Presidential Helicopter Program

Navy's Mysterious Magnetic Silencing Getting Overhaul

New Era Of Sub Training Ahead With Opening Of Groton Facility

Sikorsky Teaming With Lockheed In Attempt To Win Marine One Replacement Contract

Fiscal Cliff Negotiations Injecting Uncertainty Into State's Defense Industry

Gov. Malloy Signs Legislation To Protect Veterans' Charitable Organizations

Gov. Malloy, Lt. Gov. Wyman Launch Veterans.CT.Gov To Better Direct Military Veterans To State Services & Benefits

Ledyard Land Purchase May Help Sub Base Avoid Future BRACs

Navy Plans To Award Ohio Replacement R&D Contract In December

CT Defense Industry Jobs Hang In Limbo As Deep Budget Cuts Loom

Navy Leaders Say Replacing Ohio-class Submarines Is Critical

Fewer Submarines To Call Groton Home

Vets Honored In Avery Point Ceremony Glad Sacrifices In Wartime 'Weren't Forgotten'

Momentum Builds For Waterfront Site For Coast Guard Museum

Navy, Regulators Agree On Sub Base Clean-up Plan

ROTC Welcomed Back At Yale

U.S. Coast Guard Academy In Top Rank Again

Budget Ax Hangs Over New England's Pentagon Pie

Sub Base, Yale Renew Ties With Return Of ROTC

Admiral Says USS Miami Will Be Repaired; Hints At Timing For Women Submariners At Base

CNO Returns To The Submarine Capital Of The World, Discusses Future Of The U.S. Navy

A Historic Return For U.S. Marines To Colt Sidearms

New Sub Gives Electric Boat A Mission For The Future

At-Sea Rescue Off Sub Latest Test For Versatile V-22

New Report Suggests Navy Should Build Three Submarines Annually

Submarine Talicone Redesigned To Be Lighter

U.S. Navy Awards General Dynamics $16 Million For Nuclear Submarine Services

Underwater Satellites And Autonomous Robots Help The Hunt for Enemy Submarines

Officials: Submarine Base Safe In 2013, But BRAC Looms On Not-So-Distant Horizon

Electric Boat Growing In Connecticut

Panetta Throws In The Towel On 2013 Base Closures

Groton Sub Base Food Commissary To Be Built Under $14.5M Contract

NL On Board To Be A 'Coast Guard City'

USS Carter Hall Brings Crew Member Home To NL

Top U.S. Lawmaker Tours Rhode Island Submarine Facility

Eagle Marks Fourth of July In Boston

USS Virginia Returns To Groton

U.S. Submarine Fire Review Board Set Up

Sikorsky Honored For Energy Efficiency

Fair Wind, Following Seas For OpSail 2012

National Guard Soldiers Get Heroes' Send-off

Michelle Obama Sponsors Submarine

Coast Guard Stands Tall To Serve The US

BRAC Fight May Not Be Over, DoD Official Says

Geothermal Helps US Navy Sub Base Grab LEED

Navy's Most Senior Officer Says He Supports Two Boats Per Year

Buying Land Around Sub Base A Good Investment

State To Help Groton, Ledyard Buy Sub Base Buffer

Navy Official Warns Of Funding Shortfall During SSBN(X) Construction

US Navy Awards $78M Submarine Procurement Contract

Governor, Navy Celebrate Partnership At Pier Dedication

Governor Ready To Spend More At Submarine Base

Coast Guardsman Asks For Change Of Venue, Re-enlists Aboard Submarine

Delaying Sub Could Be Costly, Experts Say

Funding Sought For Possible BRAC Fight

Congress Fights Back Against Costly Delay To Virginia Submarine Program

Local Effort To Guard Against Closing Of Submarine Base Will Remain In High Gear

Congressional Opposition To Another BRAC Grows

Shipbuilding Industry Fears Cuts To Submarine Programs

At Submarine Shipyard, Lots Of 'Excess Capacity'

Congresswoman Wants Va.-Class Funding Restored

Admiral Signals Navy Desire To Sustain Attack Submarine Production Level

Officials Brace For Possible Fight Over Submarine Base Closing

Connecticut Air National Guard Unit Back Home

Leaders To Discuss Possible Sub Base Cuts

Obama Defense Budget Would Spare New England Weapons Manufacturing

Pentagon Seeks More Base Closures

Mortgage Relief For Service Members

Hamilton Sundstrand Touts Line for Sub Air Systems

Base-closing Proposal 'Dead on Arrival'

BRAC Plan Called 'Dead On Arrival'

EB Is Busy Making Pfizer Site Its Own

EB Plans Hundreds Of New Hires

Analysts: Manufacturers of F-35, Ships, Subs Should Win Under Obama Plan

Chemical Cleanup At Sub Base Nearly Done

Pratt & Whitney Wins New JSF Contract Worth Up To $1.1 Billion

When Cutting Defense, Consider Subs' Strategic Value

Panetta To Offer Strategy For Cutting Military Budget



U.S. Coast Guard Academy Impact 2011

Conn. Still Faces Fight Over National Guard Planes

Eagle Commander To Take On Academy Role

Pentagon Hails Japan's F-35 Order

Secretary Expects Cuts In Marines And The Navy

Military Service A Prelude To Life's Work Of Two Local Veterans

General Dynamics Awarded $57 Million From U.S. Navy

Subs Key Part Of Force Projection, Panetta Says

Malloy Visits Troops In Afghanistan

"It Was A Long Time Coming"

Navy Commissions Virginia-Class Submarine USS California

Local Guard Soldiers Are Back On Friendly Turf

The Future Is Now!

Members Of Submarine USS Hartford Crew Will Run Marathon After Training At Sea

Lawmakers Concerned About State's Defense Jobs

Trades Jobs At Electric Boat Likely To Remain Unstable for Four More Years

Wars in Iraq, Afghanistan Drove Dramatic Gains At Sikorksy

Defense Spending in State Shows Growth

Electric Boat Obtains $33 Million in Contract Revisions

Blumenthal Holds Manufacturing Forum

Swab Summer has Happy Ending for 278 at Academy

CSG Two Hosts Superintendent of the U.S. Coast Guard Aboard USS Toledo

F-35C Completes First Jet Blast Deflector Testing

Female Sub School Grads Say They Fit Right In

Defense Spending Bill Generous Toward North Central Connecticut

Secretary of the Navy, OpSail Announce Partnership Commemorating War of 1812, "Star Spangled Banner"

Sub Base Cleanup Reaches Home Stretch

Defense Spending Bill Good News For CT, Senators Say

House Armed Services Committee Member: Groton Sub Base Likely To Stay Open

Patience, Perseverance Paid Off

New Help For Spouses' Job Search - Web Tool Will Be Part of Expanded Program Likely To Launch In June

Now They Are Citizens Of The Nation They Serve

Chamber Organizes a Departure Ceremony as Coast Guard's Eagle Leaves New London on its 75th Anniversary Voyage to Europe

Norwalk Test Site for Navy's Drone Sensor

Sikorsky Celebrates 300th Navy Seahawk

Man's Rescue Highlights Mission

EB: Submarines Can Be "Stretched" to Boost Firepower

Jet Engine Business Booming for Pratt & Whitney

President Obama to Speak at Coast Guard Academy

Blumenthal Praises Subs' Role in Libya

New Torpedo Magazine Contracted for Construction Aboard New London

USS Providence Among U.S. Naval Forces Off Libya

Navy Needs To Consider "Ownership" Costs, Yard Official Says

Gov. Malloy: Red Cross Helping Families Connect with Loved Ones in Japan through the Internet

Navy Test Pilot Completes First F-35C Flight

New London-based Cutter Hasn't Gone South for Winter

Military Support Warms the Heart

Obama Continues To Oppose GE F-35 Engine With Immelt As Adviser

Guard Detachment Headed to Balkans

Casey: Outlook For Electric Boat Is "As Strong As I Can Remember"


Guard's Military Funerals Unit Does 'Difficult Job' With Dignity and Respect

First Woman to Take Helm of a U.S. Military Academy

Building Boom at Sub Base

Navy Showing Stronger Economic Impact on Local Economy

Governor Rell, Top Navy Officials Celebrate Second Round Of State Investments In Sub Base

State to Give Navy $3.2M to Build Facilities at Groton

Coast Guard Cutter Morro Bay Draws Great Lakes Duty

Soldiers Return Home in Time for the Holidays

Coast Guard's New Boat on Duty

Our View: State Has Committed to Sub Base

For Guard Soldiers, it's a Done Deal

Hugs and Kisses Welcome Connecticut Guardsmen Home

Pentagon Proposal Seen as Fresh Threat to Sub Base

Sub Base Projects Backed By State

USS Missouri Leading Way for New Wave of Submarines

USS Miami Honored for Recent Mission

Groton's Submarine Capital Sign Is Finally In The Spotlight Again

EB's Expansion Into New London May Help Sub Base

Inside A Nuclear Submarine: Electric Boat Workers, Sailors Prep the Missouri

EB-Pfizer Deal Benefits Many

Governor Rell Congratulates Colt on Major Defense Contract

Mystic Seaport To Host US Naval Academy Sailing Squadron

Sikorsky and Lockheed Martin Announce Teaming Agreement to Compete for the VXX Presidential Helicopter Program

Connecticut Gift to Navy to Benefit Local Firm

Sound Investment

State Business to Replace Boiler at Sub Base

Our View: Navy’s Promise is Positive News

Congressman Courtney supports Governor's request to use Connecticut Contractors