Sub commander fired over allegations he hired 10 hookers on deployment

The commander of the submarine USS Bremerton who was relieved of command in August 2018 over issues of "inappropriate personal conduct" was investigated on allegations that he hired about 10 prostitutes while in port in the Philippines.


Navy officer allegedly stole $2.7 million to feed high-stakes poker habit

In order to fund a high-stakes poker habit and buy luxury vehicles and a second home, a naval officer based in Virginia Beach helped swindle the government out of $2.7 million, according to federal prosecutors


Navy Recruiting District Michigan Commander Relieved

The head of Navy Recruiting District Michigan has been relieved of his duties, a Navy spokeswoman said Wednesday


Army Sergeant Faces Court-Martial For Allegedly Calling Fellow Soldier Fat, Pointing Gun At Another

A U.S. Army sergeant faces up to a year imprisonment and a bad paper discharge for, among other things, repeatedly calling one soldier fat and pointing an unloaded sidearm at another