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11:34 am on Thursday September 29, 2011

Submarine in Charleston Harbor surprises

Image by Department of Defense That mystery sub was the USS Daniel Webster. No Cold War surprises though, just one of the decommissioned nuclear subs used for training at the Naval Weapons Station in Goose Creek being towed out for maintenance on...
12:12 pm on Wednesday July 28, 2010

Three possible suicides in recent weeks in Charleston

The Post and Courier has the reports of two possible suicides at the Naval Weapons Station and one at the Charleston County Detention Center.
2:33 pm on Wednesday June 30, 2010

Commanding officer of Naval Weapons Station arrested in prostitution sting (updated)

Image by Weapons Station Update June 30: The Post and Courier has a follow up brief on the story, noting, among other things, that Little is an pre-trial intervention program. First reporting: Capt. Glen Melvin Little, commanding officer of the...
1:17 pm on Monday May 10, 2010

SPAWAR expanding with new lab

SPAWAR (that's the high-tech Navy research facility near North Charleston) is expanding with a $9.5 million 20,220-square-foot laboratory.
8:06 pm on Monday September 29, 2008

Navy's high-tech presence in Charleston cemented

While the legacy of the Charleston Naval Base winds down, Charleston's new Navy star is growing. Charleston's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) aims to make sure our military is keeping up in the world of technology, and putting it to...
3:41 am on Saturday September 13, 2008

SPAWAR: Charleston's hidden high-tech gem

Image by NavyImage by 20080913spawar.jpg Note: Apparently The Post and Courier inadvertently published this story early (as they seem to do with some frequency). They've since removed the story, but it should be back Monday morning and the link to...
2:23 pm on Monday August 11, 2008

Weapons Station welcomes new boss

Capt. Glen M. Little Jr. is now the commanding officer at Naval Weapons Station Charleston in Berkeley County. The NWS Charleston Web site has a write-up on the changeover, as does the Charleston Regional Business Journal. Little replaces Capt....
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