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The difference between Air Force and Navy pilots in one short video
"One is gentle and graceful, and the other is a full-send yeet."
Meet the master helmsmen, the Navy ship drivers that are barely out of high school
"You got this now, and it’s your turn to steer the ship while we’re 180 feet away from another ship.”
We salute the sailor who walked the flight deck in a Star Wars droid costume
“A couple pilots were getting ready to get launched and they saw me and were like ‘What?’”
A woman will take command of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier for the first time in US Navy history
Iran sank a replica US aircraft carrier, then left it in the Strait of Hormuz where it’s likely to disrupt vital shipping lanes
Looks like someone didn't think that through.
Sailors from the USS George H.W. Bush have COVID-19. The Navy won’t say how many
The sailors are receiving daily medical care and support.
US military to help Japan monitor ‘unprecedented’ Chinese incursion in East China Sea
'Now we are seeing (Chinese ships) basically park and truly challenge Japan's administration.'
These US Navy planes help hunt down one of the greatest threats to American aircraft carriers — here’s how they do it
US aircraft carriers operate around the world, sometimes in unfriendly waters, and one of the greatest threats to these symbols of American military might is enemy submarines. That's where the sub hunters come in.
Navy reassigns captain overseeing embattled Gerald R. Ford supercarrier
"We must ensure that the team takes the opportunity to recharge and allow for fresh eyes on upcoming challenges as required."
Three U.S. aircraft carriers operating on doorstep of South China Sea
For the first time since 2017, the U.S. Navy has positioned three of its aircraft carriers on the doorstep of the disputed South China Sea, as tensions between Washington and Beijing continue to soar.
Why fighter fuel range could be the Navy’s biggest weakness in a war with China
Even Block III Super (Duper) Hornets are still far too short range to compensate for China’s hypersonic area denial bubble.
‘Change is coming’ — How the Navy hopes to do a course correct amid COVID-19
"It is the one chance you have to rethink some fundamental things. I hope that the Navy will take that opportunity."
The Force is not strong with this poorly-conceived Navy ‘Star Wars’ tribute
“This is embarrassing. Please stop."
What it’s like on the USS Harry S. Truman — a ‘clean’ Navy aircraft carrier too valuable to be allowed home
The Harry Truman is one of the few 'clean' ships left, which is why it's too valuable to risk contamination by going home.
Why did so many Theodore Roosevelt sailors not develop COVID-19 symptoms? Navy to test crew antibodies to help figure it out
The data could shed light on how the coronavirus spreads undetected, which could help inform the U.S. national response to the pandemic.
USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor under investigation for leaving hotel room while under quarantine in Guam
The sailor was reportedly caught on security camera footage while leaving his room but was stopped before he could leave the hotel.
The Harry S. Truman carrier strike group is staying at sea to avoid COVID-19 exposure
The crews of Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group will have to wait a while longer before they get back to port, the Navy announced on Monday.
Almost 1 in 10 Theodore Roosevelt sailors tested positive for COVID-19
Of the 92 percent of the crew that has been tested, 447 have tested positive for COVID-19. The Navy is awaiting results for 775 sailors and 339 have yet to be tested.
Onshore quarantine of USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors begins in Guam
About 1,000 sailors from the USS Theodore Roosevelt - roughly a fifth of its crew - were under quarantine on Guam on Thursday.
Navy captain says COVID-19 is spreading through his aircraft carrier so rapidly that most of the crew needs to get off
The Navy "cannot allow a single sailor to perish as a result of this pandemic unnecessarily," Capt. Brett E. Crozier wrote in a letter
COVID-19 has taken an entire aircraft carrier out of commission
The announcement comes days after Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said three sailors aboard the carrier were diagnosed with the virus and flown from the ship.
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.
3 sailors at sea aboard Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier have COVID-19
They are the first known cases of the virus on board a U.S. military ship at sea, the Navy said.
The Navy may be done with the Ford-class aircraft carrier
The U.S. Navy may not buy any more Ford-class aircraft carriers, the Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly recently said
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