April marks Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Although this is an ongoing issue, for the month of April, you are all encouraged to take a stand against sexual assault and help raise awareness.
Aircraft from Air Test and Evaluation Squadron THREE ONE fly in with style upon their return to China Lake Feb. 20. VX-31 and Air Test and Evaluation Squadron NINE were temporarily reassigned during repairs to the stations runways. Look to next...
Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake has a new commanding officer as Capt. Rich “Coyote” Wiley relieved Capt. Dennis “Lazer” Lazar on Feb. 21.
Exercise Solid Curtain/Citadel Shield 2014 will be conducted on all Naval installations throughout the continental United States Feb. 24 through 27.
Some people go through life not knowing what to do or what they have accomplished; the story is different for Alita Yates, who has worked at China Lake for 33 years and in NAWCWD’s Contracts Department for 30 of those years.
Looking back on a 32-year Navy career and his final command, Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake Commanding Officer CAPT Dennis Lazar feels fairly content with his legacy.
This month teens across the country will become aware of the dangers of dating violence.
Rear Adm. Mike Moran, NAWCWD commander, kicked off the 2014 Safety & Security Symposiums at Point Mugu on Feb. 4 and at China Lake on Feb. 5.
NAVAIR recently announced an open application period for the workforce to join diversity advisory teams.
The NAVAIR Leadership Development Program is now accepting applications for the 2014 cohort.
Archbishop Timothy Broglio, head of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, confirms 28 individuals into the Catholic Church at the Station’s All Faith Chapel Tuesday evening