Now a federal convict, Navy spokesman was a secret PR consultant to ‘Fat Leonard’
Retired Capt. Jeffrey Breslau pleaded to serving as a PR rep to Leonard "Fat Leonard" Glenn Francis while still on active duty as a top Navy spokesman.
More than a dozen Navy SEALs may get caught up in war crimes investigation
The SEAL will face an Article 32 hearing Wednesday amid allegations that he fatally stabbed an Islamic State detainee in Iraq last year.
Navy crew ejects from strike fighter over Philippine Sea, cause of mechanical glitch under investigation
Monday’s mishap marks the second aviation crash involving the Ronald Reagan in less than a month.
Service academy honors Coast Guard hero
During the ceremony, the Corps of Cadets and Coast Guard Academy staff commemorated those who demonstrated courage in the face of danger.
Sporting ‘Blue Noses,’ destroyer Bulkeley’s crew is back in Norfolk after 214-day cruise
Bulkeley departed Norfolk on April 11, deploying initially as part of the Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group. But instead of returning to Virginia with the flattop for a five-week “working port visit” in July, it remained with the Florida-based destroyer Farragut in the 6th Fleet’s waters.
Service held for veterans' cremains found at funeral home
Hearses bearing the remains were escorted by police from the Detroit area to Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, about 50 miles northwest of Detroit. They were given a 21-gun salute and taps was played.
US-backed fighters resume final offensive against ISIS after pause to deal with Turkish tensions
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are returning to the battle against the Islamic State following a pause to deal with clashes between their northern troops and Turkey.
This classified operation supports the Saudi military campaign in Yemen
Three new classified operations are part of larger efforts to defeat ISIS and al-Qaida.
Norwegian frigate sinks after it was rammed by a tanker
Rear Adm. Nils Andreas Stensoenes, the head of Norway’s navy, said several of the wires used to stabilize the KNM Helge Instad snapped Tuesday, causing the vessel to sink further into the fjord.
Mattis to visit border troops; still no cost estimate for mission
Up to 7,000 active-duty forces are responding to the caravan. But are they in the right place?
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