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A British soldier reportedly tried to get high off shoe polish. He started a barracks fire instead
“Lance Cpl. Thomas then went upstairs and didn't report the fire.”
Here’s the charge sheet of the sailor accused of setting a $1.4 billion warship on fire
“Although the fire was started by an act of arson, the ship was lost due to an inability to extinguish the fire."
Which generation of fire starter is best for you?
When it comes to sparking a flame, are you more stone-age or space-age?
The best windproof lighters for your next outdoor adventure
The best windproof lighters that’ll help you spark fire under even the toughest outdoor conditions.
Grill and chill with this game-changing smokeless fire pit
it’s high time you got a fire pit that’s smokeless, easy to use, and can cook up a delicious grilled meal while you enjoy the flames
Here’s what it’s like to drop 11,000 pounds of water on a raging inferno
“When you drop it, you can feel it,” Spencer said. A pilot has to be ready to compensate for the sudden lightening of load.
Fire strikes fourth Navy warship since mid-July
Four U.S. Navy warships have caught fire in just over two months.
Arson suspected in Bonhomme Richard fire, defense official says
A defense official confirmed to Task & Purpose that a sailor is being questioned in connection with the fire but has not been charged.
Travis Air Force Base orders evacuation due to raging California fires
One of the busiest military airports in the U.S. was evacuated of non-essential personnel on Wednesday night as a deadly blaze swept across Northern California
DoD to troops: please try not to catch fire from hand sanitizer
To help prevent the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), officials say you should wash your hands frequently, using hand sanitizer if necessary. Just try not to catch fire
Two other Navy ships caught fire just days after the USS Bonhomme Richard inferno
The inferno that engulfed the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard isn't the only fire to strike Navy capital ships in recent weeks
Chinese officials are burning documents at the country’s Houston consulate after the US abruptly ordered it closed
People are burning documents at the Chinese Consulate in Houston after China said the United States gave it 72 hours to close, with the State Department accusing China of threatening U.S. sovereignty and intimidating U.S. citizens
The Bonhomme Richard fire raises questions about whether the Navy learned anything from its last ship fire
After the USS Bonhomme Richard burned for five days at a shipyard in San Diego, it begs the question: Did the lessons the Navy learned from the USS Miami blaze eight years ago mitigate the fire on the Bonhomme Richard?
The USS Bonhomme Richard has finally stopped burning
Firefighters have extinguished all known blazes on the Navy amphibious assault ship Bonhomme Richard after four-plus days of round-the-clock efforts
At least 7 ships burn at Iranian port in latest of mystery fires and explosions around the country
There have been several explosions and fires around Iranian military, nuclear and industrial facilities since late June
Navy: firefighting crews making ‘significant progress’ putting out USS Bonhomme Richard blaze
'It looks cleaner from the outside (but) inside ... we're still fighting a major fire.'
Hundreds of sailors fight to save USS Bonhomme Richard as blaze tears through stricken warship
“I feel absolutely hopeful [the ship] will sail again"
USS Bonhomme Richard fire in San Diego
A helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 3 combats a fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). On the morning of July 12, a fire was called away aboard the ship while it was moored pier side at Naval Base San Diego
Navy: 57 treated for injuries in USS Bonhomme Richard fire as blaze continues
“We’re absolutely going to make sure it sails again,” said Rear Adm. Philip Sobeck.
Navy: Origin of USS Bonhomme Richard fire still unknown
17 sailors and four civilians are being treated for non-life threatening injuries, the Navy said.
17 sailors, 4 civilians injured in USS Bonhomme Richard fire
The Navy confirmed that local, base and shipboard fire fighting teams were responding to a fire aboard the ship.
We salute this Marine vet for catching a 3-year-old dropped from a burning building
Phillip Blanks credits his training as a Marine and security officer and instincts for his reaction
The ventilators Russia sent the US are sitting unused in a New York warehouse — and they’re known to catch fire
The 45 ventilators were never used in the U.S., and some of them were the same model that may have caused fires that killed several COVID-19 patients in Russia
An Army Stryker burst into flames in Poland during a show of strength against Russia
A U.S. Army Stryker armored vehicle burst into flames on the side of a Polish roadway on Saturday, the Army confirmed on Monday