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‘Hold on to something!’ — A moment that shifted the fate of the USS Samuel B. Roberts crew
“The explosion created a 20-foot hole along the bottom of the ship’s hull."
The Navy vessel built from steel from the wreckage of the World Trade Center
The USS New York's nose is made from steel salvaged from the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
What 9/11 looked like to the only US service member not on Earth for it
On the morning of September 11th, Navy aviator Capt. Frank Lee Culbertson was stranded in outer space as the terror attacks unfolded.
Navy corpsman killed in Kabul airport attack posthumously promoted and awarded Purple Heart
“I don’t wanna close my eyes without feeling like I lived.”
‘The normal military rules are out’ — How veterans helped rescue scores of people from Afghanistan
“This is the most American thing that’s ever happened."
The incredible true story of how a Navy challenge coin saved this Oklahoma police officer’s life
On July 3rd, 2018, the lives of two Tulsa police officers, a Navy reservist and a civilian, became inexorably entwined in a shooting during a traffic stop.
Navy SEAL killed in Yemen raid was awarded posthumous Bronze Star for valor
“Senior Chief Petty Officer Owens displayed courageous combat leadership."
One of the Navy’s youngest destroyers is rocking a brand new battle flag at sea
Always ready, fight on!
A 20-year-old Navy SEAL dropout is the sailor charged in the USS Bonhomme Richard fire
He lasted five days at BUD/S.
The Navy wants to weaponize your own voice against you
The Navy may have a new non-lethal weapon to play with sooner rather than later.
‘We are all suffering in silence’ — Inside the US military’s pervasive culture of eating disorders
“PTSD, military sexual trauma, and eating disorders go so, unfortunately well together."
Navy charges sailor with starting the fire that destroyed USS Bonhomme Richard [Updated]
Someone's gotta pay the $3 billion bill.
The Navy has a floating barracks that is somehow worse than living on an actual ship
They lack a means of propulsion, armaments, or soul.
The Navy has a 650-round ammo backpack that looks like it’s straight out of ‘Predator’
The Navy has fielded a 650-round ammo backpack nicknamed 'Avenger' to troops at some point in the last several years.
The Navy’s electromagnetic railgun is officially dead
The United States has lost the railgun wars.
This Army Navy Country Club charges enlisted troops $77,700 to join — double the price for retired officers
The fee for active duty 2nd Lieutenants: $1,200.
Navy reading list becomes latest battle in the ‘woke military’ war
'There’s racism in the Navy, just like there’s racism in our country.'
Navy submariners are testing out their own version of ‘birth control glasses’
Make the Silent Service well-rested again.
The Navy seized a small boat carrying enough weapons to invade a small country
The weapons layout is like the virtual arms room from 'The Matrix'
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.”
Read the emails that reveal how Capt. Brett Crozier fought both COVID-19 and the Navy
'They are America’s records, and Americans have a legal right to them.'
That time Hitler’s nephew joined the US Navy to fight his evil uncle is the ultimate family drama
“"My father used to say to my mother, 'Doesn't Patty look a lot like Adolf Hitler?'"
Navy officer convicted of living with prostitutes in Bahrain partially gets off
His dismissal from the Navy stands.