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Payback at Balikpapan
Only weeks after Japan's sneak attack on Pearl Harbor, four stalwart destroyers demonstrated that there was still plenty of fight left in the U.S. Navy.
By Michael Crowder, World War II
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Warships sail to safety as Dorian looms
The Navy also issued an emergency evacuation order Wednesday evening for all non-essential active-duty service members and their families, activated reservists and civilian Department of Defense and Navy employees for a wide swath of coastal North Carolina.
By Navy Times staff
Op-ed: Want to fix the Navy’s sub maintenance woes? Unleash the warrant officers
Why not detail submarine-qualified CWOs to serve as division officers in subs undergoing shipyard availabilities in repeat assignments?
By Chief Warrant Officer 3 Brian Fogarty
Navy improving 7th Fleet, but sailors work 100-hour weeks, lack sleep, watchdog warns
Cruiser and destroyer reforms in the West Pacific are encouraging, but sailors report being overworked, a federal watchdog warned Congress on Wednesday.
Federal watchdog report chides Navy for submarine maintenance snafus
During a Thanksgiving conference call with Navy Times and the U.S. Naval Institute, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said that there “were no surprises in that report."
By Carl Prine