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‘We’re all in the dark’ — Sailors slam Navy for COVID-19 response on ships
"There's a black hole of information at the lowest level"
Naval Special Warfare Command now has 6 confirmed COVID-19 cases
The Naval Special Warfare Command is now tracking six confirmed cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting its sailors, according to … Continued
Navy sends hospital ship to Los Angeles to lighten the load for doctors swamped by COVID-19
The Mercy, an 894-foot-long converted oil tanker, will have 1,128 medical professionals, 1,000 beds and nine fully-staffed operating rooms to treat patients
5 more San Diego shipboard sailors test positive for COVID-19 as Navy stops naming infected ships
The 5 sailors, who tested positive on Saturday, are in isolation off-ship. The Navy is no longer naming the ships with positive tests, the fleet announced Friday.
Navy urges sick sailors to stay home, off ships, but only some will be tested for COVID-19
"We don't want sick sailors on our ships right now. If sailors are feeling ill, they should notify their chain of command."
Deported veterans have trouble accessing their benefits, so San Diego is building a Vet Connect station in Tijuana to help them out
The effort is to ensure deported veterans still have access to veterans service representatives and the benefits they are entitled to, including medical care and housing assistance.
Watch the F/A-18 flyover that cost a Marine squadron commander his job
A video obtained by the San Diego Union-Tribune shows the Jan. 23 flyover of an F/A-18D at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. That flight cost a squadron commander his job
‘It’s been a long time coming’ — Hugs and tears as USS Abraham Lincoln returns from longest deployment since Cold War
"We're so excited to finally be a family ... well, to be whole again."
The housing market in San Diego is already tight, and now 6,000 more sailors are about to move in
"In terms of units that are affordable to sailors, we have an absolute shortage."
Coast Guard unloads 9 tons of cocaine in San Diego. And that’s just since October
In 2018, Coast Guard cutters seized 208 metric tons of cocaine worth an estimated $6.1 billion.
Base commissaries are bracing for a surge of new veteran customers in 2020
Until now only active duty military, retirees, Medal of Honor recipients and veterans who were 100 percent disabled could shop on base
Civil rights leader Harvey Milk was kicked out of the Navy for being gay. Now the Navy’s naming a ship after him
The late Harvey Milk was once a Navy dive officer based in San Diego
San Diego Navy hospital guards shoot, injure man who drove past security gate
The man apparently drove up to the entrance, and instead of stopping for the guards, continued driving.
An online vigilante group that targets sexual predators may have contributed to a sailor’s death
Officials confirmed to Task & Purpose that the sailor had been interviewed by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service about the incident caught on video prior to his death.
Key witness says Eddie Gallagher stabbed wounded ISIS fighter in the neck but does not remember specifics
Miller, considered a key witness in the trial of Chief Eddie Gallagher, testified that he saw his former platoon chief stab the wounded ISIS fighter but was unable to recall...
‘I never thought I’d hear gunfire again’ — Iraq War veteran recounts moment he rushed synagogue shooter
When the shooting began, most of the congregation got up and started to run to safety. But, for reasons he could not explain, Stewart ran the other way — toward...
Judge rules male-only military draft is unconstitutional
A federal judge has ruled that a men-only draft is unconstitutional, but he stopped short of ordering the Selective Service System to register women for military service.
SEAL Officer Accused Of Covering Up War Crimes Heads To Court-Martial
A Navy SEAL officer accused of failing to properly report alleged war crimes carried out by one of his men was arraigned on Tuesday in San Diego.
San Diego-Based Marine Drill Instructor Dies In Motorcycle Crash
A drill instructor from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego died Friday night in a freeway motorcycle crash, … Continued
Navy Officer Testifies, Denies Intending To Rape Junior Officer
A Navy commander accused of trying to rape a subordinate officer at her San Diego home last year testified Wednesday … Continued
Navy To Commission Destroyer Named After Fallen Marine Rafael Peralta Today
A new guided missile destroyer named after a Hawaii Marine sergeant killed in fighting in Iraq in 2004 will be … Continued
Police Seek Woman Who Stole Thousands In Rent Money From Marine
A newlywed Camp Pendleton Marine and his wife are short — really short — on rent money after a woman … Continued
New Reports Document Hazing At Both Marine Corps Recruit Depots
The hazing scandal that rocked the Marine Corps last year is not confined to the East Coast, new reports from … Continued
Navy SEAL Charged With Recording Himself Molesting Young Girl
Petty Officer 1st Class Gregory Kyle Seerden of SEAL Team 1 was arrested April 3 in San Diego after reportedly … Continued
These Are The First Words Out Of Your Drill Instructor’s Mouth
“We will give every effort to train you, even after some of you have given up on yourselves.” If this … Continued