Audit: Naval Academy is falling apart
The Naval Audit Service’s report says the Annapolis, Maryland, college’s infrastructure has degraded to the point of threatening its ability to train midshipmen.
Trump salutes remains of 4 Americans killed in Syria attack
President Donald Trump traveled to Delaware’s Dover Air Force Base on Saturday to pay his respects to the returning remains of four Americans who were killed this week in a suicide bomb attack in Syria.
Sailor killed in bombing leaves behind a husband and two children
Navy Chief Cryptologic Technician (Interpretive) Shannon M. Kent, 35, of Pine Plains, New York, was based at Fort Meade, Maryland.
As shutdown drags on, a ‘Coast Guard City’ rallies
These residents are rallying around their own as the partial government shutdown has left the Coast Guard — the only branch of the armed services that is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security rather than the Pentagon — out in the cold.
CNO urges China to avoid confrontations, refuses to back down on Taiwan Strait
Chief of U.S. Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson told reporters in Tokyo that U.S. Navy ships will continue to operate freely in international waters, including the possibility of an aircraft carrier navigating through the Taiwan Strait.
Venezuela quells military revolt, officials say 27 plotters arrested
Socialist party chief Diosdado Cabello said 27 guardsmen were arrested and more could be detained as the investigation unfolds.
Tragedy in the Black Sea as two commercial vessels burn
At least 14 mariners were killed and five remain missing, Russian officials say.
Coast Guard spouses to hold dinner for federal workers
BZ, Military Spouses of Newport and Roger Williams University.
US airstrike in Somalia kills 52 al-Shabab extremists
The U.S. military on Saturday said it had carried out its deadliest airstrike in Somalia in months, killing 52 al-Shabab extremists after a “large group” mounted an attack on Somali forces.
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