Trial of Navy SEAL accused of killing prisoner set for June
Navy spokesman Brian O'Rourke says the trial should last about two weeks.
Navy: Sailor pleads guilty to espionage
Electrician’s Mate (Nuclear) 2nd Class Stephen Kellogg III wanted to turn over nuclear secrets to Sevmash, Russia's largest shipbuilding enterprise, according to the FBI.
Acting SECDEF urges Naval Academy grads to fight sexual abuse in the ranks
Patrick Shanahan delivered the commencement address Friday at the school in Annapolis.
Tainted by sexual misconduct scandal, ex-Missouri governor to rejoin the Navy
But Eric Greitens won't return to the SEALs.
Senate confirms Moran and Burke for Navy’s top posts
The Navy's new top two officers will join MCPON Russ Smith at the Pentagon.
Did you make the spring petty officer list?
Navy Times has the list of everyone who made the cut!
US official urges Pacific nations to keep ties with Taiwan
Six Pacific island nations give diplomatic recognition to Taiwan but they're under intensifying pressure from Beijing to switch allegiances as it builds influence in the region.
NY earmarks $585M to combat Navy pollution
Officials say a plume of pollution is spreading from the former Northrop and Grumman and Navy facilities in Bethpage, Long Island.
Army denies soldier’s request to grow beard in observance of Flying Spaghetti Monster religion
The importance of one’s hair or beard can never be understated.
American who joined the Taliban is released from prison after 17 years
John Walker Lindh, the Californian who took up arms for the Taliban and was captured by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in 2001, got out of prison Thursday after more than 17 years, released under tight restrictions that reflected government fears he still harbors radical views.
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