2012 NAVAIR Command Accomplishments
The compelling visuals of this NAVAIR 2012 Command Accomplishments presentation provide a look into the the Command's continued leadership in developing, testing, delivering, and sustaining the aircraft, weapons, and systems our U.S. Sailors and Marines need to fight and win. For information about the kind of support OMNITEC provides NAVAIR's Strategic Leadership Support team with products like this presentation, refer to our Business Management Solutions page.
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Naval Aviation News
The third oldest military periodical and the oldest Navy periodical, Naval Aviation News traces its origin to the 15 December 1917 Weekly Bulletin published in letter format by the Chief of Naval Operations (Aviation). After a series of changes over the years, the first issue of Naval Aviation News with its current title and format appeared on 15 September 1943. The magazine covers all aspects of naval air operations, from the latest technological advances in aircraft and weapons systems to the influence of American naval air power in global events. The mission of Naval Aviation News has not changed during its more than 94 years in print: to disseminate information of an official nature to meet the ongoing professional needs of Naval Aviation in a way more meaningful than through routine channels.
Published quarterly, visit the Naval Aviation News website at http://navalaviationnews.navylive.dodlive.mil;
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Naval Aviation Vision - January 2012
The present and future of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Aviation are outlined in Naval Aviation Vision - January 2012. The fifth Naval Aviation Vision produced biennially by OMNITEC Solutions since 2003, this comprehensive document provides information on today's Navy and Marine Corps Aviation units; the Department of the Navy's plan for tomorrow's Naval Aviation ships, aircraft, and weapons; and the initiatives, concepts, and personnel that will implement this plan through the guidance of the Naval Aviation Enterprise.
You can download the PDF version here
Visit the Naval Aviation Enterprise public site at http://www.cnaf.navy.mil/nae/.
SPAWAR Technical Vision Document
OMNITEC Solutions showcases the power of C4ISR professionals in advancing warfighter objectives: Naval IT, C4ISR, Space systems, and Enterprise Support: Today and Tomorrow, is the first technical vision document for the Navy's C4ISR/business IT/space systems community, and elevates the role of strategic and tactical information to a new position of prominence.
The book contains a fully navigable table of contents.
Click on one of the links below to view an interactive flip book.
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or you can download the PDF version here.
Visit the SPAWAR public site at http://enterprise.spawar.navy.mil
To learn more about the critical roles played by these communities, please read the Oct 2009 press release.
The Pentagon Channel
The Pentagon Channel broadcasts military news and information for the 2.6 million members of the U.S. Armed Forces through programming including Department of Defense news briefings, military news, interviews with top defense officials, and short stories about the work of our military.
In addition to enhancing Department of Defense communications with the 1.4 million active duty service, the Pentagon Channel provides the 1.2 million members of the National Guard and Reserves and the 650,000 civilian employees of the Department of Defense more timely access to military information and news.
The Pentagon Channel television service is distributed 24/7 and is available to all stateside cable and satellite providers via American Forces Radio and Television Service and Webcast worldwide.
Visit the site at www.pentagonchannel.mil