Aidan Quigley

Aidan Quigley was an Inside the Navy associate editor until March 2022. He previously was the Burlington, VT reporter for VTDigger, a statewide nonprofit news outlet. He is a 2018 graduate of Ithaca College, where he was the editor of The Ithacan.

Archived Articles
Daily News | January 11, 2021

The Navy is committed to the Littoral Combat Ship despite engineering issues plaguing the program, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday said Monday.

Daily News | January 11, 2021

The Navy will focus on improving its readiness, capability and capacity in the next decade to maintain its advantage at sea, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday said in the new navigation plan the service released Monday.

Daily News | January 10, 2021

The Marine Corps is likely to test-fire a missile from a San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock within the next year, Maj. Gen. Tracy King, the service's director of expeditionary warfare, told reporters Friday.

Daily News | January 6, 2021

The Navy needs to increase its presence in the Arctic as Russia and China will seek to assert power in the region, according to the Navy's new Arctic strategy, released Tuesday.

Daily News | January 4, 2021

The Navy has awarded contracts to three companies for Information Warfare Research Project prototype production.

Daily News | December 29, 2020

The Navy has released a request for proposals for design, development and fabrication of the Large Displacement Unmanned Undersea Vehicle.

Daily News | December 29, 2020

With the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by incumbent Perspecta, Leidos is now ready to move forward with the $7.7 billion contract it won in February to provide services for the Navy's Next Generation Enterprise Network program.

Daily News | December 21, 2020

The Navy announced Friday it had awarded L3Harris Technologies a $496 million contract for engineering and manufacturing development for the Next Generation Jammer Low Band program.

Daily News | December 18, 2020

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has denied Perspecta's lawsuit over the Navy's award of the multibillion-dollar Next Generation Enterprise Network services contract to Leidos.

Daily News | December 18, 2020

Both Democrats and Republicans support a larger Navy, but congressional leaders have mixed reactions to the Trump administration's recently released shipbuilding plan.

Daily News | December 17, 2020

The tri-service National Maritime Strategy, released by the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Thursday, calls for the U.S. to focus on growing threats by China and Russia.

The Insider | December 14, 2020

The Navy has launched an effort to review the service’s information technology infrastructure to ensure it is fully utilizing its over $4 billion annual IT budget.

Daily News | December 11, 2020

The Marine Corps has awarded BAE Systems a $184 million contract for 36 full-rate production Amphibious Combat Vehicles following the program's initial operational capability declaration last month.

Daily News | December 10, 2020

The Navy's latest 30-year shipbuilding plan calls for an over 400-ship battle force fleet by 2045, driven largely by increases in amphibious warfare ships, small surface combatants, submarines and logistic ships.

The Insider | December 10, 2020

The Navy has appointed Chris Cleary as the service's principal cyber adviser, a position tasked with implementing the Defense Department's cyber strategy.

The Insider | December 9, 2020

The Navy will accelerate its promotion, acquisition and consumption of cloud services, according to a Dec. 7 memo by Navy Chief Information Officer Aaron Weis and acquisition executive Hondo Geurts.

Daily News | December 9, 2020

The Navy is set to release a request for proposals for concept studies and preliminary designs for the new Light Amphibious Warship this month.

The Insider | December 9, 2020

The Navy is set to receive the final two MH-60R helicopters by the end of the year, marking on-time delivery for the last batch of MH-60Rs.

Daily News | December 8, 2020

The CH-53K helicopter's training systems have all been declared ready for training, Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin subsidiary and the prime contractor for the program, announced last week.

The Insider | December 7, 2020

The Navy has launched an effort to modernize its information technology systems titled "Operation Cattle Drive," which aims to eliminate redundant technological systems.

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