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I formerly headed the federal agency responsible for overseeing hazmat transportation by air, land, sea, rail and pipelines at the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration .
6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
The United States flexed its superpower authority Sept. 1. A US-drone attack targeted two vehicles in Somalia allegedly containing Al-Shabab leaders.
10 hrs ago | Estacada News
Two Estacada Union High School graduates, Deanna Ruth Tompkins and Kathleen Guthu, completed 10 weeks of basic training at Recruit Training Command United States Naval Training Center in Bainbridge, Md.
14 hrs ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
A central Illinois high school has opened a memorial garden for one of its graduates who was killed in a fighter jet crash during a U.S. Navy training exercise.
14 hrs ago | National Review Online
On, above, and below the ocean, the Navy reigned supreme, granting the commander-in-chief a flexible tool to secure the world's economic maritime highways and project power ashore from the sea at the time and place of the nation's choosing.
14 hrs ago | MLive.com
Service members, crew, their families and distinguished guests bow their heads as Navy Capt.
17 hrs ago | Marine News
The Navy's X-47B unmanned aircraft has completed its final test aboard 'USS Theodore Roosevelt' and has returned to its home base at Naval Air Station Patuxent River after eight days at sea - , informs U.S. Naval Air Systems Command.
17 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
Michael Walker knows all too well from personal experience that people are complicated and capable of living a double life.
A Marine Corps helicopter with 25 aboard crashed on Monday in the Gulf of Aden, near Yemen, and all aboard were rescued, the U.S. Navy said.
The Washington Department of Ecology and the United States Navy will test an oil spill response strategy at Fort Ward Park on Bainbridge Island as part of an exercise simulating a large release of oil from a vessel near Blake Island later this month.
Training continues aboard the Grayfox Additional funds needed for shipyard repairs, U.S. Coast Guard certification Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1pBKLMH U.S. Naval Sea Cadet Donald Poirier, 16, carries a bucket along the deck Friday on the Grayfox on the St. Clair River in Port Huron.
Retired Capt. Walter Mazzone, a decorated World War II submariner who later became legend as a pioneering medical officer in deep dive experiments that captured the nation's attention, died Aug. 7 in San Diego Walter Mazzone, 'underwater Right Stuff' legend, dies Retired Capt.
Jerry Rochez, age 77, of VanVleck Road, passed away surrounded by family on August 30, 2014 at the Erie County Medical Center Trauma Unit after being transferred by Mercy Flight following an accident at home.
Dubbed "T-AOEs" by the Navy's Military Sealift Command , fast combat support ships such as the USNS Supply , shown above, can carry as many as 177,000 barrels of fuel in their hold -- and 2,150 tons of ammunition, 500 tons of dry food, and 250 tons of refrigerated food besides.
Both China and US know that surveillance is a part of their relationship, however Hainan Island is an extremely important asset to China since its nuclear armed submarines are located there, and international specialist on China Andrew Leung told RT.
Robert Allen Campbell, 88, of Beaver Falls, PA., died Sunday morning, August 31, 2014, at Franciscan Manor assisted living in Beaver Falls after an extended illness.
When Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert visited Key West last week, he gave his sailors a sort of State of the Navy speech, and in that talk he mentioned needed improvements at Sigsbee Park.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 03:51 pm
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