Wednesday Mar 5
The Daily Caller
The first Colt AR-15 rifle
News and publicity releases on a .22 center-fire rifle offered for military purposes, the Armalite AR-15, have raised the question as to whether it should replace the present standard M14 rifle of 7.62 mm NATO caliber.
Fitch Rates Harford County, MD's GO Bonds 'AAA'; Outlook Stable
The proceeds of the bonds will be used to fund certain capital improvements for general county projects and water and sewer projects.
How Defense Cuts May Impact Marylanders
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel previewed the 2015 budget at a press conference Monday where he outlined plans to cut military spending through base closures and realignment, reduction in force and scaling back of benefits and subsidies, among other measures.
The Baltimore Sun
Pentagon downsizing could impact Maryland contractors, service members
The Army would shrink to its lowest troop levels since just before World War II under a budget proposed Monday by the Obama administration that seeks to downsize the Pentagon in ways that could have a significant impact on service members and contractors in Maryland.
Distinguished HBCU Grad Starts New Year with Major Advancements
Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell is an Army Stars and Stripes Honoree. The award recognizes an officer who has made a distinguished contribution to the mission.
The Baltimore Sun
Man rescued from bottom of Atkisson Dam
Emergency crews rescued a man who was tangled in a rope and trapped at the bottom of the Atkisson Dam in Harford County on Wednesday morning.
How Missile Defense Can Protect Us From Another 9/11
This year the U.S. Army will begin final demonstrations of a long-range radar system with a very unwieldy name: the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System, or JLENS.
Military-Industrial Complex: Defense Dept. Contracts for Feb. 6, 2014
ARMY Sauer Inc., Jacksonville, Fla., was awarded a $56,038,640 contract to build an operational readiness training complex at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif.