Iran unveils new ‘Conqueror’ submarine
The Fateh has subsurface-to-surface missiles with a range of about 2,000 kilometers (1,250 miles), capable of reaching Israel and U.S. military bases in the region.
Navy welcomes newest warship
The vessel is an Independence-class combat ship. It’s the eighth ship of its kind in the Navy’s fleet.
Fifth Fleet’s Malloy: ‘still things going into Yemen that I need to stop’
The war has pushed Yemen to the brink of famine and killed more than 60,000 people since 2016, according to the U.S.-based Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project, or ACLED, which tracks the conflict.
Navy clobbers Army, Midshipmen avenge January loss
John Carter Jr. had a season-high 26 points as Navy topped Army 79-68 on Saturday.
CNO defends hiding scathing internal report on Fitzgerald collision from public
While a secret report offered new insight into the problems plaguing the Fitz before the warship's 2017 collision, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said much of it overlapped with what service leaders already released.
Florida veteran plans his burial inside old boat
He plans to be laid to his eternal rest in the bow of the now nearly century-old vessel, probably in a body bag encased in fiberglass inside a sealed concrete vault.
Trump demands Europe take ISIS prisoners, America’s latest ask in Syria
Trump’s message comes as the U.S. wants allies to stabilize Syria.
Troops do not view immigration as a ‘national emergency.’ Not even close.
Both immigration and Mexico itself were perceived as relatively small threats compared to more pressing concerns like cyberterrorism, Russia and China.
Presidents’ Day pause: How ‘Uncle Sam’s Web-feet’ helped swing an election for Abe Lincoln
The U.S. Navy's triumph at Mobile Bay, combined with victorious Federal ground campaigns in Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia, helped reelect Abraham Lincoln and doomed the Confederacy to defeat.
Born a slave, this Navy petty officer founded a community of ‘race pioneers’ to stand against bigotry
Meet the remarkable Allen Allensworth, the slave who became a sailor, then a soldier and then an inspiration to a country divided by racial injustice.
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