Navy’s COD switch to the Osprey has started — what you need to know
The Navy’s ongoing efforts to swap out its aging fleet of Greyhounds is going smoothly, even if the new souped-up Ospreys won’t be fully fielded until the mid- to late-2020s.
A Jekyll and Hyde portrait emerges of the SEAL accused of murdering an Islamic State prisoner
Gallagher, a veteran of eight overseas and combat deployments, is facing 14 criminal counts, including premeditated murder for allegedly stabbing to death an alleged ISIS fighter Iraqi forces brought for medical care by his SEAL Team platoon in Mosul, Iraq, in early May 2017.
Five Hornet jets damaged after hangar fire system goes off
The incident occurred earlier this month as F/A-18C jets were undergoing maintenance and modifications at a Boeing facility.
Murder charges filed against Navy, Marine special operators in incident that killed Green Beret in Africa
The four defendants will face an Article 32 hearing on Dec. 10.
Navy leaders to junior enlisted: Sound off!
As the Pentagon tries to build a 355-ship Navy in an era of great power competition at sea, leaders know they need to recruit, train and retain the best sailors, and part of that means fostering a environment up and down the rank structure where troops want to stay, both for their careers and for their family’s welfare.
Japan’s Abe lays wreath in Australia city bombed in WWII
It was also another chance for Japan and Australia to present a united front as regional partners in the Asia-Pacific amid ongoing concerns of spreading Chinese influence, including the country’s building of islands in the disputed South China Sea.
Sailor killed in 1941 at Pearl Harbor to be buried
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency on Thursday announced services for Navy Fireman 1st Class Albert U. Kane of Fort Worth will be held Dec. 7.
Navy completes draft of Nevada bombing range expansion
The Navy has completed a draft plan to expand the size of its Nevada bombing range.
Pentagon: Troop contingent on border ‘pretty much peaked’
The number of U.S. active-duty troops deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border has “pretty much peaked” at the current total of 5,800, the Pentagon’s No. 2 official said Thursday.
Powerball lottery winner gives $500K to veterans group
The lottery winner says it's important "that we never forget the sacrifices our soldiers and families make for our country."
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