The Navy’s Assistant Secretary for Research, Development and Acquisition, James Geurts, visited Wallops Island, Virginia, to tour the Surface Combat Systems Center this month. Geurts met with Navy, NASA, NOAA and Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport officials. He also toured the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Airfield, a $5.8 million facility funded through the State of Virginia; and the Engineering Towers and Sensors Site that holds the Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar and the Navy’s AEGIS Engineering and Training Complex. Read more at Navy.mil.
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