Latest "Washington Navy Yard" stories
Leadership begins with taking care of sailors and their families, advocating for your personnel and helping to solve their problems, they say.
By Mark D. Faram
The lieutenant commander allegedly put a GPS tracker on a woman's car and accessed her computer without permission.
What it reveals is something that hasn’t surfaced in any of the Navy’s publicly-released probes or even a secret military “dual-purpose” investigation obtained by Navy Times and completed 41 days after the tragedy.
By Carl Prine
"Our little vessel was lost, and we, in months gone by, had learned to love her, felt a strange pang go through us as we remembered that never more might we tread her deck, or gather in her little cabin at evening."
By Olav Thulesius, Civil War Times Magazine