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‘Living like a king’—Sailor involved in ‘Fat Leonard’ scheme gets prison time
"It feels good living like a KING on an E-6's salary!!!"
We salute the acting undersecretary of the Navy for rocking a Clint Eastwood patch on his flight suit
Acting Undersecretary of the Navy Gregory J. Slavonic recently wore a custom patch on his flight suit during a visit to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
A Navy veteran exposes the insanely gross food served on warships in a viral Facebook post
"I want people to know about this – and I want somebody higher than me to know about this"
We salute the USS Indiana for flying this badass battle flag on its way back to port
The Virginia-class submarine USS Indiana returned to its homeport in Groton, Connecticut in late September rocking what appears to be an unofficial battle flag
Two sailors die after Navy plane crashes in Alabama
“The aircrew did not survive the crash,” wrote U.S. Naval Air Forces. “We are not aware of any civilian casualties."
The Navy is experimenting with using drones to resupply ballistic missile submarines
The Navy recently used an unmanned aerial vehicle to deliver an unknown payload to the Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine USS Henry M. Jackson at sea
How the most successful submarine in Navy history ended up sinking itself
It was a tragic and unfitting end for the most successful submarine in U.S. Navy history
Navy pilot ejects safely as F/A-18E Super Hornet crashes in California
The pilot is was taken to a local medical facility for examination
The Navy and Marine Corps are proud to have gone a full year without a fatal aircraft crash
The Navy and Marine Corps are pleased to announce that, for the first time in nearly a century of United States naval aviation, the services have collectively managed to not lose any pilots in the last year
Meet the ‘Iron 9,’ the USS Gerald R. Ford’s all-female bridge watch section
All the deck department sailors assigned to the boatswain’s mates bridge watch teams on the USS Gerald R. Ford are women. They call themselves the Iron 9
Watch the Navy’s beleaguered new stealth destroyer finally loose off a missile for the first time
The Navy's stealthy new USS Zumwalt destroyer has successfully pulled off the first live-fire test of its unique vertical launch system with a Standard Missile (SM-2)
We salute the USS Paul Hamilton for flying a Revolutionary War battle flag on its way back to port
The USS Paul Hamilton recently returned to its homeport of San Diego sporting what's known as the 'Moultrie Flag,' a white crescent with the word 'LIBERTY' on a blue background
British submariners left a US Navy port in search of booze. They came back with COVID-19
Do you want a safety brief? Because in the age of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, this is absolutely how you get a safety brief — and COVID-19, for that matter
USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor dies of apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound
The Navy has not yet publicly released the sailor’s name pending next of kin notification
The Navy named its newest sub after a WWII legend that sank 17 ships and blew up a train
Once again, the Navy will have USS Barb in the fleet
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.
Nearly two-thirds of the Navy’s deployable warships have endured COVID-19 outbreaks
More than 190 Navy warships have endured novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks so far this year, the service's top officer said in a message to the fleet
20 years after the attack on the USS Cole, memories of heroism and loss
“I carried some of my best friends' bodies out of the ship. That was the hardest thing I ever had to do.”
USS Cole bombing testimony
The explosion was sudden, violent, deafening, so intense that 8,500 tons of steel lifted out of the water and crashed back down. The very metal of the ship shimmered and rippled in front of their eyes, remembered survivors. The force of it threw retired Master Chief Sonar Technician Paul Abney out of his chair and sent a shipmate flying over his head. Then, everything went black.
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.
Former Guantanamo Bay commander sentenced to prison for hiding fight before man’s death
The former commander of the U.S. Navy’s base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba was sentenced Thursday to two years in prison for hiding a fight with a man who was later found dead
Navy SEAL who saved 3 kids from drowning receives medal for his heroism
“I was reminded of the seven-mile swim we do in BUD/S, and I thought to myself, if I have to I can do this all day"