Navy will help save right whales
Starting in mid-November, the Navy will expand areas off the East Coast where it limits the use of sonar and explosives. It also will broadcast more information on sightings to prevent military and commercial ships from striking right whales.
Navy destroyer catches on fire in repair yard, one sailor treated at hospital
The blaze broke out around 8 p.m. Saturday inside the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer Oscar Austin, which is undergoing extended maintenance work at BAE's 109-acre facility along the Elizabeth River.
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.
Lawmakers reach compromise on Coast Guard budget bill, anti-pollution measures
The bill authorizes $10.6 billion for the Coast Guard in fiscal year 2019, a roughly 16 percent increase from 2017 that would help modernize its aging fleet of cutters and aircraft. The Coast Guard is the primary federal authority for maritime safety and security on the U.S. coast and in ports and inland waterways.
Navy proposes expanding SEAL training activities in Hawaii
U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command has proposed tripling the number of training events allowed on non-federal lands in Hawaii for Navy SEALs and other special operations forces.
Marine vet banned from Disney World for flashing ‘Trump 2020’ sign on Splash Mountain
Donning a “Make America Great Again” hat, Dion Cini lifted the “Trump 2020” sign high over his head as the giant, hallowed log plunged to watery depths.
Mattis: Troops to stop using the term ‘secure’ at border locations
The military will have met initial the DHS request within the next week, but forces will remain through the holidays, at least.
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