The 295-foot-long Barque Eagle is part of the Coast Guard's deployment for summer cadets in training. Salem is one of 11 stops, which have included Bermuda and three European ports. Next up: New York City.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus signed a notification on July 14 that he intended to name a Military Sealift Command fleet oiler the USNS Harvey Milk. A Navy spokesman declined to comment because the decision has not been officially announced.
The California widow starts at the center with a small red circle, then works left, alternating colors until she has created nine rows of knee-warming patriotism for veterans at the Wounded Warrior Battalion-West at Camp Pendleton.
The national convention will be held in Jacksonville this year and will include events like the Montford Point Memorial dedication that will memorialize the courage and resilience of the black Marines that trained at Montford Point.
Houthi rebels tortured and killed a Chesapeake man in Yemen last year after detaining and accusing him and another American contractor of being spies after they arrived in the war-torn country on a United Nations plane, according to a federal lawsuit by the men’s families.
More than 1,000 Turks have rallied to demand the U.S. leave a key air base in the fight against the Islamic State as Ankara raises the stakes in its demand for the return of a U.S.-based cleric accused of inspiring the failed coup against Turkey’s president.
The annual A.C.E. Volleyball Club camp for high school volleyball players will be held August 14 through 19 at Vilseck High School in Vilseck, Germany. Online registration is open for the camp at www.acevbc.com; cost is $195 including breakfast, or $175 without breakfast. Players entering grades 8 through 12 are eligible for the camp.