Lee Hudson

Lee Hudson is Inside the Navy's managing editor. She has covered Navy and Marine Corps issues since 2011, reporting at the Pentagon, Capitol Hill, aboard ships and military facilities around the U.S. Previously she worked as a staff reporter at The Daily Review in Morgan City, LA, covering local government and crime. Lee graduated with a B.A. in Mass Communication and Marketing from Loyola University New Orleans.

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The Insider | October 10, 2017

The Navy's AN/DVS-1 Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis airborne mine detection system has achieved initial operational capability.

The Insider | October 10, 2017

Some must-reads from this week's issue of Inside the Navy.

The Insider | October 06, 2017

The Navy today awarded Austal USA and Lockheed Martin contract modifications worth up to $584.2 million each to build a Littoral Combat Ship.

Daily News | October 06, 2017

The Marine Corps and U.S. Special Operations Command have established a joint board for better integration between the two organizations and plan to release a concept on how to operate in the future, according to a Marine Corps official.

Daily News | October 05, 2017

The Navy is permitting the 65 percent of its T-45C Goshawk training aircraft outfitted with a new temperature and oxygen pressure system to fly, following a number of physiological episodes, according to a service official.

Daily News | October 04, 2017

The Pentagon is paying Lockheed Martin $60 million for Joint Strike Fighter cost savings projects to reduce the cost of the F-35.

Daily News | October 04, 2017

The Marine Corps is looking to industry for a fixed-wing Group 1 unmanned aerial system that can provide reconnaissance, surveillance and target acquisition during the day and night, according to a request for information.

Daily News | October 02, 2017

Marine Corps Systems Command leadership will assess its organizational structure in December to determine whether a new composition reached full operational capability, according to a service official.

Daily News | October 02, 2017

Marine Corps Systems Command established a wargaming center program office in July that will host 20 war games a year to comply with deputy defense secretary guidance, according to a service official.

The Insider | October 02, 2017

Some must-reads from this week's issue of Inside the Navy.

The Insider | September 28, 2017

After more than a year of negotiations, the Navy today awarded a contract modification to General Dynamics Bath Iron Works for the Flight III Arleigh Burke-class destroyer.

Daily News | September 28, 2017

The Navy on Thursday awarded contracts worth $42 million and $43 million respectively to a Boeing-Huntington Ingalls team and Lockheed Martin for the next stage of the Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicle program.

Daily News | September 27, 2017

BAE Systems recently unveiled an Amphibious Combat Vehicle command-and-control variant that includes seven work stations and holds 10 Marines, according to the company.

Daily News | September 25, 2017

The Marine Corps is looking to industry as it develops the requirements for a fifth-generation armored reconnaissance vehicle to replace its Light Armored Vehicle fleet, according to an official.

Daily News | September 25, 2017

The Pentagon will host an industry day in October for the Overlord unmanned surface vehicle, part of the Strategic Capabilities Office's Ghost Fleet project.

The Insider | September 25, 2017

Some must-reads from this week's issue of Inside the Navy.

The Insider | September 22, 2017
Some must-reads from this week's edition of Inside the Air Force.
The Insider | September 20, 2017

Following multiple collisions in U.S. 7th Fleet, Naval Surface Forces commander Vice Adm. Thomas Rowden is calling for changes in the service's focus, according to a new notice.

Daily News | September 20, 2017

The Navy will seek an additional $600 million in operations and maintenance funding from Congress to pay repair bills for both the Fitzgerald (DDG-62) and the John S. McCain (DDG-56), according to Navy Secretary Richard Spencer.

The Insider | September 20, 2017

The Navy said today it is delaying the Next Generation Enterprise Network recompete by about five months to implement a new "sprint" contract development process.

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