After years fighting terrorism, the SEALs turn their eyes toward fighting big wars
After years fighting in small wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the SEALs are refocusing the force on fighting in major conflicts, the Navy's second-in-command told reporters this week.
SECNAV to the Navy: You got the money so fix yourselves. Fast.
Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer says the Navy has the money it needs to fix its readiness woes and needs to speed the pace of lasting reforms.
Navy chief and wife die in Florida car crash
The Navy counselor and his wife were driving on the Florida Turnpike when another motorist hit their Jeep and it left the road, authorities say.
Second Fleet is becoming operational — what does that mean for you?
Expect new roles for foreign officers, U.S. Navy reservists, an emphasis on expeditionary operations and a fierce determination to patrol Atlantic and Arctic waters.
Three carriers, two destroyers and a gator to shift homeports
Navy Personnel Command has started filling in the details on the moves.
Photo emerges that might exonerate Fitz defendant
What it reveals is something that hasn’t surfaced in any of the Navy’s publicly-released probes or even a secret military “dual-purpose” investigation obtained by Navy Times and completed 41 days after the tragedy.
Navy dumps hazardous material into Puget Sound, says Washington state attorney general
Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson says the U.S. Navy dumped hazardous waste including copper and zinc, into Puget Sound and must be stopped from doing it again.
Insurer USAA offers $15M in interest-free loans for Coast Guard members during shutdown
A military personnel insurer and financial services company has donated $15 million for interest-free loans to Coast Guard members during the partial U.S. government shutdown.
Legendary Marine and actor R. Lee Ermey to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery
R. Lee Ermey will be buried at Arlington National Cemetery on January 18.
Trump cancels Pelosi’s use of military aircraft for Afghanistan trip
The House Speaker and President are at loggerheads over the shutdown; Pelosi had been scheduled to travel to Afghanistan.
Trump still poised for a drawdown in Afghanistan after the deadliest year for US troops since 2014
This year has been the bloodiest for U.S. forces in Afghanistan since the draw down of 2014, when coalition forces shifted to an advise and assist role under NATO’s Resolute Support mission.
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