Some must-reads from this week's issue of Inside the Navy:
1. The Navy's Knifefish undersea vehicle began sea acceptance testing last week, marking the final series of contractor trials before the system enters developmental testing in January.
2. ANNAPOLIS, MD -- The Navy and Marine Corps are jointly writing a mine countermeasures requirements document to make sure efforts are not duplicated.
3. Joint Strike Fighter test pilots have recommended a new set of strap-in procedures when operating the carrier variant to reduce bounce in the cockpit.