Latest "littoral combat ships" stories
The littoral combat ship’s latest problem: Class-wide structural defects leading to hull cracks
The troubling revelations about the Independence-class littoral combat ships come as the Navy continues to grapple with a class-wide transmission issue in the Freedom-class variants.
Navy to chart new course after rash of problems
The CNO insists the Navy is now on a “positive trajectory,” but it will have to rebuild confidence under congressional scrutiny as it prepares a new strategic plan.
Navy commissions littoral combat ship Oakland
Previous U.S. Navy ships bearing the name Oakland include a transport cargo ship that was first commissioned in 1918 and a light cruiser from World War II.
GOP and Democratic leaders work together to buttress Wisconsin shipbuilder
State politicos are spending millions to help land billions from the Navy's new frigate deal as shipyard shifts away from LCS construction.
The Sunday countdown: more of the top 19 stories to watch in 2019!
On Friday and Saturday we gave you 19 through 12. Today we hit eleven and then move into the Top 10.
By The staff of Navy Times plus the Military Times trio of Leo Shane III, Tara Copp and Natalie Gross