Featured by Brock Vergakis, The Virginian-Pilot
Navy’s newest aircraft carriers have clogged toilets that cost $400k to fix, report says
Unexpected and frequent clogging means the Navy needs to flush each aircraft carrier’s sewage system with a $400k acid wash.
Navy identifies sailor who died aboard USS Vella Gulf
The sailor who died aboard the guided-missile cruiser USS Vella Gulf while it was in the Mediterranean Sea was Petty Officer 2nd Class Imran Khan, the Navy said
She helped save Capt. Phillips from Somali pirates. Then she became the Navy’s first female 4-star admiral
Michelle Howard had a Navy career filled with firsts
Watch the Navy’s new robot surface vessel patrol Naval Station Norfolk for the first time
The CUSV is about 39 feet long and comes armed with a .50 caliber machine gun
The Navy is negotiating to get advanced screenings of ‘Top Gun: Maverick’
The Navy is talking with Paramount Studios to get some advanced screenings of the film before it hits theaters June 26.
She fought to survive as a child and trained as an Olympic wrestler. Now she shows Marines how to fight
Sgt. Melissa Paul is a wrestler who has been fighting all her life
Court martial begins for SEAL Team 6 operator accused in nude photo scheme
"He was willing to be whoever he needed to be to get those photos."
Navy F-35s, F/A-18 Super Hornet among jets performing Super Bowl flyover
The Navy will have a worldwide audience Sunday to showcase its newest warplane, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter
‘He was a brother to all of us’ — Navy honors Fort Story sailor killed in pursuit of gate runner
Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Oscar Temores was killed when a civilian intruder crashed his pickup truck into his vehicle at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story
Here’s how the Navy is providing assistance to the hurricane-ravaged Bahamas
The Norfolk-based amphibious assault ship USS Bataan and a locally-based helicopter squadron have been providing assistance to the hurricane-ravaged Bahamas for days
This Navy captain fled Iran as a child. Now he’s preparing to return at the helm of an aircraft carrier
His journey from Tehran to enlisted sailor to an officer in command of the ultimate symbol of American seapower is a story that he believes serves as a testament to the opportunities the United States provides
SEAL Team 6 member charged with impersonating someone to get nude photos
A member of the Navy's elite SEAL Team 6 who was named its Sailor of the Year in 2016 has been charged with pretending to be someone else over text messages so he could get nude photographs from women
The Navy thinks its new surface warfare trainer is more realistic than training on ships
Few things can match training on a warship for a naval battle. But the Navy believes it's created something even better on shore.
A former top Navy official took personal trips — including 2 vacations to Hawaii — on the taxpayers’ dime
The former director of the Navy's sexual assault and prevention office wasted government resources for years by taking official trips primarily for personal reasons, including what amounted to two family vacations in Hawaii
NCIS is offering a reward for any info on who’s been leaving bomb threats in the Norfolk Naval Shipyard toilets
The other threatening messages date back to May 2018, when four were received over 10 days in restrooms and a portable bathroom
Wreckage of aircraft carrier at the heart of the Doolittle Raid found in South Pacific
The wreckage of the World War II-era USS Hornet that launched long-range bombers against Japan during the Doolittle Raid was found late last month in the South Pacific, researchers announced Tuesday
Stolen Valor Will Now Get You Up To A Year In The Slammer, And Other Major UCMJ Changes That Took Effect This Year
Congress passed its most sweeping reforms to the Uniform Code of Military Justice in decades in 2016, but it didn't take effect until Jan. 1 of this year. Here's what you need to know
Whatever Happened To The Navy Midshipman Who Gave President Bush A Bear Hug? Discipline. Then Redemption
VIRGINIA BEACH — Bobby Rashad Jones couldn't help himself. He was the midshipman with the lowest grade-point average in the...
2 Navy SEALs, 2 Marines Charged With Murder In Green Beret’s Strangling Death In Mali
Two Virginia Beach-based Navy SEALs and two Marines have been charged with murder in connection with the 2017 death of...
The Navy Hopes ‘Hunter Killer’ Does For Submariners What ‘Top Gun’ Did For Pilots
Life as a submariner is inherently secretive. That's good for sneaking up on enemies, but it doesn't do the silent...
The Navy And Air Force Are Joining Forces To Fight Hypoxia
The Navy and the Air Force are teaming up to get to the root cause of oxygen deprivation among its...
The Navy, Air Force And Army Collect Different Data On Aircraft Crashes. That’s A Big Problem
The Navy, Air Force, and Army all collect different information when they investigate why an aircraft crashes or has a...
Single Sailors Say Serving In The Navy Hurts Their Chances Of Getting Married
Love is hard to find. It's even harder if you're in the Navy. At least, that's what single sailors told...
Thousands Of Sailors Are Spending Way More Time Away From Home Than The Navy Wants
About 18,000 sailors spent more than 60 percent of the year away from home during fiscal 2016, exceeding the Navy’s...
The Navy Is Still Baffled By The Mysterious Scuba Diver Reportedly Spotted At Naval Station Norfolk
A sailor aboard the USS Laboon was standing watch one morning last July while the guided-missile destroyer was moored at...