The president called on Americans to ensure that their “sacrifice was not in vain.”
The White House and House Republicans reached a debt ceiling agreement that increases the defense budget by 3.3% while cutting non-defense spending.
Airmen at Andersen AFB are working to reopen runways, while other military units are preparing to assist Guam residents.
“Class of 2023, wherever your career takes you, remind the world of what you stand for," Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said.
A nearly 200-page Navy report identified widespread failures in medical care, poor oversight and some candidates' use of performance-enhancing drugs.
President Biden singled out Brown's Accelerate Change or Lose strategy as exactly what the military needs: "General, you're right on."
Norwegian military leaders say upcoming training gives them “a unique opportunity ... to work more closely with our most important ally."
The ship was originally slated to conclude its maintenance in 2021.
The Navy policy is to announce when a commanding officer is relieved, but not when other members of the command triad are removed.
Tracking why an applicant does not request a medical waiver could help improve the ongoing military recruiting crisis, according to the watchdog.
An internal audit reveals the service has struggled to ensure sailors are getting suicide training and has failed to track suicide-related behaviors.
Cmdr. Angela Gonzales was relieved of command late last week.
The Mideast-based chiefs of the U.S., British and French navies have transited the Strait of Hormuz aboard an American warship.
“I’m sure DFAS is looking at the Navy like, what the hell did you do to us?," said one affected retiree.
The Navy is considering extending the lives of a few Ohio-class submarines in fiscal 2025 to hedge against any delays as the Columbia class is built.
Fair winds and following seas ET2 Kody Decker, ETSN Cameron Armstrong, MMFN Deonte Autry and FC2 Janelle Holder.
An investigation determined that the working environment for sailors assigned to the George Washington was poor.
The Pentagon said it will start defueling the facility in October and aims to complete the removal of most of the fuel by the end of January 2024.