Featured by Hal Bernton, The Seattle Times
Coast Guard icebreaker returns to Arctic for first time in 38 years to counter Russia
"I told the crew we were trading our penguins for polar bears and the northern lights."
A fire has hobbled one of the Coast Guard’s only functioning icebreakers
U.S. Coast Guard icebreaker Healy suffered a fire in one of its main propulsion motors as it left Seward, Alaska, Aug. 18 for an extended deployment to the Arctic
A foundry provided faulty steel for the Navy’s submarines and covered it up, feds say
The U.S. Justice Department has reached a $10.9 million settlement with a defense contractor accused of producing substandard castings for Navy submarines at a Tacoma foundry and falsifying test results to cover it up, according to settlement documents filed Monday in U.S. District Court of Western Washington
The Whidbey Crew Is In Big Trouble For Aircraft That Drew Penis In The Sky
What were they thinking? Was the giant phallus sketched by a Navy aircrew in the sky above Okanogan, Washington, on...
Use Of Malaria Drug To Be Raised In Soldier’s Hearing Over Killing Of 16 Afghans
The defense team for Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, in a hearing scheduled for Tuesday, plans to raise possible use of...