Latest "chiefs mess" stories
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.
By Mark D. Faram
The chief who charged into a youth soccer game and beat up a 14-year-old boy pleaded no contest and was found guilty of assault and battery.
By Jon Simkins
Five separate investigations by federal agents netted six sailors for alleged crimes tied to the sex trade in Bahrain.
By Carl Prine and Geoff Ziezulewicz