Featured by Hugh Lessig, Daily Press (Newport News, Va.)
Marine killed in 1943 is finally coming home, and getting the funeral he deserves
He'll be buried at Arlington National Cemetery on Feb. 10.
The Navy’s newest aircraft carrier just took a major step on its path to deployment
The USS Gerald R. Ford has been at sea since Jan. 16, accompanied by Navy test pilots flying a variety of aircraft
One airman’s bright idea could save the Air Force millions in maintenance costs. Now, the branch wants more ideas like it.
"We're just excited to bring [the innovation lab] to our airmen ... Even if they have a problem, we want them to come talk to us."
Here’s the official seal of the Navy’s next aircraft carrier
The official seal for the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy has been unveiled, and at first glance the design is clean and simple
$13 billion aircraft carrier leaves shipyard even though most of its weapons elevators still don’t work
Until recently, only two of the USS Gerald R. Ford's 11 weapons elevators were certified. Another two came online this week.
‘We’ve invested $13 billion in a nuclear-powered berthing barge’ —Lawmaker blasts Navy over carrier maintenance delays
The USS Gerald R Ford was supposed to deploy last year, but now the Navy says it might not be ready until 2024
SecDef Esper: the Pentagon has no answer on preventing future military suicides
"You mourn for the families and for their shipmates," Esper said. "I wish I could tell you we have an answer to prevent future further suicides in the armed services. We don't."
SecDef: Moving military funds to the border wall is actually a good thing
Diverting $3.6 billion from military construction projects to fortify a southern border wall allows the U.S. to better deploy troops to curb illegal immigration, Defense Secretary Mark Esper says.
The Navy is trying to figure out how to dispose of the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier
The Navy plans to decide by late 2022 how to dispose of the world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and likely will turn to the private sector for help, documents show
The Navy’s Oldest Aircraft Carrier May Get A New Lease On Life
To help expand its fleet of aircraft carriers, the Navy could purchase two ships at once. That’s on the table...
The USS Enterprise Is Officially Dead
The Navy and Newport News Shipbuilding have officially pulled the plug on the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, ending a painstaking, never-before-done...
VA Is Not Tracking True Health Care Delays In These 2 States
Veterans hospitals in Virginia and North Carolina compiled faulty scheduling information that understated how long patients actually wait to see...
The Navy Is Set To Scrap USS Enterprise, Its First Nuclear Aircraft Carrier
Jim Voorhies keeps coming back to the USS Enterprise. He boarded the world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in 1983 as...