Latest "Submarines" stories
Cmdr. Joseph G. Lautenslager was relieved Tuesday after higher ups lost confidence in his ability to command.
Some unorthodox thinking from junior sea service officers looks at the drug trade for ideas about how to fight future wars.
By Todd South
The U.S. Navy is short hundreds of millions of dollars for ship depot maintenance this year and is already looking at just shy of $1 billion in unfunded maintenance in 2020.
By David B. Larter
The U.S. Navy was the best-prepared and best-equipped of all the country’s armed forces. For many years, it had been focusing much of its energy on preparing for a surface naval confrontation with Germany.
By David Longenbach, Pennsylvania State University