“Global Reach – Local Action” is the Department of the Navy's theme for Earth Day 2014.
Twenty-four Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division employees graduated from the Engineer and Scientist Development Program during a ceremony at China Lake on April 2.
NAWS China Lake Cultural Resources Manager Mike Baskerville, left, and NAWS China Lake Archaelogist Ryan Brown, right, led a special trip to Little Petroglyph Canyon for Tserendagva Yadmaa, senior researcher with the Mongolian Academy of...
Navy Region Southwest Commander Rear Adm. Patrick J. Lorge, second from right, discusses recent runway repairs aboard NAWS China Lake with NAWS CL Commanding Officer Capt. Rich Wiley, right, during a visit April 10. Also shown from...
The Marine Aviation Detachment China Lake/Point Mugu bids farewell to 1st Sgt. Dwight McDuffie, the senior enlisted advisor, after 24 years of distinguished Marine Corps service, on March 21.
Branch Health Clinic China Lake hosted a three-day training course in early January to certify nine corpsman as occupational hearing conservation technicians.
Like many of his extended canine family members who roam the runways and surrounding landscape, Capt. Rich “Coyote” Wiley said he is absolutely ecstatic to be at China Lake in the role as Naval Air Weapons Station commanding officer. He...
Three Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division employees presented the “Magic of Science” to about 80 seventh- and eighth-grade Murray Middle School students on March 12.
Sexual Assault Awareness Month is in April. Tuesday, April 1, will be the day to kick off events in support of survivors, and to raise awareness, prevention, and response to sexual assault.
“One good Marine, one good Sailor can make all the difference,” according to Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division Vice Commander Capt. Karl Andina.
Rear Adm. Mike Moran, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division commander, and Scott O'Neil, NAWCWD executive director, kicked off the 13th annual Expanding Your Horizons at NAWCWD China Lake on March 8.