Navy recruit dies at boot camp
The 18-year-old collapsed during her physical fitness assessment and is at least the second recruit to die at Great Lakes this year
Aliens, ahoy! Navy developing guidelines on reporting UFO sightings
Encounters with unidentified aircraft by pilots have once again prompted officials from the Department of Defense to take action.
Bound for the brig? New detention facility fashion revealed!
The move cuts costs and boosts security inside brigs, officials say.
Prosecutors, NCIS investigator accused of ‘misconduct’ in war crimes case
The SEAL is accused of stabbing to death an unarmed and seriously wounded Islamic State prisoner of war during a 2017 deployment to Iraq, plus shooting an old man and a young girl in a violent spree that prosecutors contend might have claimed hundreds of lives.
Why the US Navy has 10 ships, 130 aircraft and 9,000 personnel in the Mediterranean
Only twice before in the past two decades have two U.S. aircraft carriers operated together in the Mediterranean Sea at the same time.
Guam-based helo sailors rescue mariner injured in explosion
It's been a busy search and rescue month for the Island Knights of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 25
Release approved for Coast Guard officer accused of making hit list
A Coast Guard lieutenant accused of being a domestic terrorist is entitled to be released from custody before his trial on firearms and drug charges, a federal magistrate said Thursday.
‘Saving Private Ryan’ is heading back to theaters for the 75th anniversary of D-Day
Steven Spielberg’s “Saving Private Ryan” (1998) will be in 600 cinemas nationwide for just two days.
Three looming questions on the Selective Service System’s future
A commission examining how the draft registration process is handled will make major decisions on the topic in coming months.
Great Powers on Ice: Coast Guard drops Arctic manifesto
The coastal defense service has been lobbying for an increased focus on America’s Arctic territorial waters.
Air Force secretary raised ethical concerns about Shanahan
Heather Wilson told the Pentagon's IG that she "felt uncomfortable" by some of Shanahan's actions.
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