Inside the Navy highlights

By Lee Hudson / December 18, 2017 at 10:28 AM

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

1. The Navy investigated a series of physiological episodes involving aircraft pilots on a case-by-case basis and not as a series of related events, according to a new government report that suggests the service could have more effectively reviewed the problem.

Full Story: NASA report criticizes Navy’s approach to physiological episodes

2. Naval Air Systems Command is implementing aspects of a new approach to acquisition that at full maturity can cut the time necessary to develop a weapon system in half.

Full Story: NAVAIR: New acquisition approach can cut cycle times in half

3. The Navy is seeking to reduce some of its training requirements, following a high-level review spurred by numerous ship collisions in U.S. 7th Fleet.

Full Story: Spencer: Navy, Marine Corps need requirement relief to focus on readiness