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32 min ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
The military pilot killed in a fighter jet crash during a training exercise in Nevada has been identified as Marine Capt.
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4 hrs ago | India.com
In yet another accident involving the Navy, one civilian worker was killed and two were injured in an accident at the under-construction nuclear submarine at the shipbuilding centre of Eastern Naval Command here tonight.
8 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
Bob Kerrey, former Nebraska Senator, talks with Tom Keene about the projections of military budget cuts against the backdrop of Russia's intervention in Crimea on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
13 hrs ago | Navy Times
The frigate Taylor departs Mayport, Fla., on Jan. 8 on what's to be it's final seven-month deployment.
16 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News
Though it's not often so called, Route 6, the highway that arches up from Route 1 at Adelup over Nimitz Hill until it intersects again with Marine Corps Drive at Guam Veterans Cemetery, has a name.
Commander died after he tripped, fell and inhaled carbon monoxide being discharged by the malfunctioning fire control system, Navy confirmed.
The U.S. Defense Department confirmed it runs a program to monitor the body language of world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Eighteen crew members on board - three officers and 15 sailors - were killed when blasts ripped through the torpedo compartment of the INS Sindhurakshak while the submarine was berthed in Mumbai harbour.
That's what happened to one Albuquerque woman when she found a metallic United States Navy insignia outside her home in December.
Indian Navy was hit by yet another mishap and the second in 10 days Friday when a commander- rank officer was killed in an accident at the engine room of an under-construction destroyer at the Mumbai dockyard, said local media.
Speaker after speaker spoke critically of the U.S. Navy's plan to train and test weapons along the North Coast, and expressed concerns over potential environmental impacts during a public meeting at the Red Lion Hotel in Eureka on Thursday.
Special to the Daily The USS John F. Kennedy on active duty. Area resident Kevin Allen served for two years on the giant ship, and is now part of an effort to turn "Big John" into a floating museum in Rhode Island.
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier - a massive warship outfitted with the latest radar technology and sophisticated systems to accommodate unmanned, carrier-launched drones - is set to undergo more than two years of rigorous testing.
The U.S. Navy plans to add 22 Boeing electronic attack jets to a list of "unfunded" priorities requested by Congress, but the document must still be vetted by senior Pentagon officials, who have underscored their commitment to Lockheed Martin Corp's next-generation F-35 fighter jet, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.
The USS Ponce, currently in a shipyard for overhaul, will gain the Navy's first laser weapon to protect it from "asymmetric threats"-drones, small boats, and improvised air attacks.
The US Navy has confirmed that a guided missile destroyer, the USS Truxton, is heading to the Black Sea, for what the US military said is a "routine" deployment, decided long before the crisis in Ukraine, which has divided world powers.
Reports from the Crimea indicate that Russia has scuttled one of it's own ships in order to prevent the Ukrainian navy from entering the Black Sea.