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‘Gallantry, guts and gumption’ — The two-hour battle in the Pacific that turned a Navy captain into a legend
“This is going to be a fighting ship. I intend to go in harm’s way, and anyone who doesn’t want to go along had better get off right now."
After a record 215 days at sea, USS Stout finally returns home to Norfolk
The Stout spent much of its time at sea making sure merchant ships and tankers could get safely through the Straits of Hormuz.
Navy destroyer sets new record for consecutive days at sea
The USS Stout has spent 208 consecutive days at sea, besting a coronavirus-caused mark set earlier this year.
Destroyer captain fired amid investigation, Navy says
Cmdr. John Gaines took command of the destroyer USS Arleigh Burke in August 2019
The Navy is fighting another major COVID-19 outbreak aboard a destroyer in the Pacific
Over a dozen sailors had tested positive for the virus aboard the USS Kidd, which preparing to return to port.
Tom Hanks is here to ‘bring hell from on high’ in new WWII naval flick ‘Greyhound’
Tom Hanks is shipping off to World War II, again.
The military’s ‘war for talent’ is affecting what the Navy’s future ships will look like
The Navy wants their new frigates to be able to operate in open-ocean and near-shore environments and to conduct air, anti-submarine, surface, and electronic warfare and information operations.
The Navy just installed a laser on a destroyer to counter incoming drones
A Navy destroyer recently got a major power-up when a laser was installed during a recent dry dock period, the service announced in on Thursday
USS Decatur CO fired following command investigation
A spokeswoman for 3rd Fleet declined to say whether Cmdr. Bob Bowen was relieved of command specifically because of the investigation's findings
75 years later, a Navy vet learns the name of the XO who saved his life on D-Day
"I had the feeling God kept me alive for some reason and maybe this is it ... As a seaman, having the executive officer's daughter getting in touch with me 75 years later, it's unbelievable."
Navy putting physical throttles on destroyers after touch-screen system contributed to deadly collision
"The first throttle installation is scheduled for summer of 2020, after the hardware and software changes have been developed and fully tested to ensure the new configuration is safe, effective, and has training in place."
Navy Destroyer Mourns ‘One Of Our Bright Shining Stars’ After Red Sea Mishap
Navy Ens. Sarah Joy Mitchell was killed during small boat training in the Red Sea on July 8, defense officials...
USS Fitzgerald Ex-Skipper Headed To Court-Martial; Negligent Homicide Charge Dropped
The former captain of the destroyer USS Fitzgerald has been referred to a general court-martial in connection with a deadly...
The Navy Just Called Bulls–t On Reports That A US Warship Is Lurking In Syrian Waters
As the world waits to see if President Donald Trump will launch military strikes against Syria, you can count on...
Here’s An Inside Look At The Navy’s Newest High-Tech Destroyer
There's no denying that the Navy’s newest destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, looks sleek is hell on the outside, and watching...
This WWII Naval Ship Was So Unlucky, It Almost Killed FDR
The USS William D. Porter — “Willie Dee” to her crew — was a War World II destroyer, and is...