After Logan Palmer and nine of his shipmates died in a collision last summer, his mom was told the military wouldn't pay to fly her to Dover Air Force Base to be there when he returned to U.S. soil.
The Navy quietly ended its pursuit of a homicide charge against Cmdr. Alfredo Sanchez, who oversaw the warship John S. McCain when it collided with a tanker in August, killing 10 sailors.
The U.S. Naval Academy’s Class of 2021 has capped its first year quite literally — and messily.
The Navy's newest aircraft carrier, the first-in-class Gerald R. Ford, made an unexpected return to port May 22 during an underway testing period.
Attorneys for Cmdr. Bryce Benson said last week that public comments by Navy leadership have assigned guilt and cast "unwarranted aspersions" against the former skipper.
Vice President Mike Pence warned the new U.S. Coast Guard Academy graduates on Wednesday of the perils America faces from rogue regimes, criminal networks and terrorist groups, saying the new ensigns will be on the front lines of the threats from illegal drugs, terrorism, human trafficking and nuclear proliferation.
Provisions for new community care rules and caregiver stipend expansion won't happen overnight.
The withdrawn invite follows a directive by the Pentagon to remove Chinese cellphones, other devices from exchanges over espionage fears.
Is the department's system of regional middle managers the next item on Congress' chopping block?
U.S. officials say a career special operations soldier has been chosen as the next commander of U.S. and coalition forces in Afghanistan.
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