Featured by Andrew Dyer, The San Diego Union-Tribune

The Navy tried to screw 400 sailors out of holiday leave with an extra-long COVID-19 quarantine
5 sailors granted immunity to testify in Navy SEAL sexual assault trial
Admiral who led the SEALs during the Eddie Gallagher case headed to Special Operations Command
250 Camp Pendleton Marines, sailors to deploy to Creek fire
250 Camp Pendleton Marines, sailors to deploy to Creek fire
Catholic services will continue at California Navy bases in reversal of planned suspension
2 soldiers killed in Black Hawk helicopter crash off California coast
Remains of missing Marines and sailor recovered from sunken amphibious vehicle
Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicle involved in deadly mishap was set to be replaced a decade ago
Sailors test positive for coronavirus after sharing gear fighting the USS Bonhomme Richard fire
Navy: firefighting crews making ‘significant progress’ putting out USS Bonhomme Richard blaze
‘It feels like there’s a void’ — Suspension of military honors at national cemetery burials compounds loss for families
How COVID-19 outbreaks on three other ships helped the Navy fight one aboard the USS Kidd
How the USS Theodore Roosevelt outbreak could help scientists better fight COVID-19
Marine Corps drops charges and boots recruit who was confined for more than 2 years without a trial
The Navy is battling a growing COVID-19 outbreak aboard the hospital ship USNS Mercy
Navy says destroyer captain removed after lying to San Diego fleet command about ship’s position
Almost 1 in 10 Theodore Roosevelt sailors tested positive for COVID-19
‘We’re all in the dark’ — Sailors slam Navy for COVID-19 response on ships
5 more San Diego shipboard sailors test positive for COVID-19 as Navy stops naming infected ships
Navy urges sick sailors to stay home, off ships, but only some will be tested for COVID-19
Camp Pendleton Marine under investigation for allegedly sharing white supremacist material online
San Diego Marine Corps boot camp suspends all public graduations
Marine boot camp graduations and family events continue in San Diego as Navy, Air Force cancel
Marine recruit confined for more than two years without trial could soon be discharged, attorney says