Danyelle Luckey had a long reach during a short life, and some of that came back to her Wednesday. But according to a letter from Capt. Michael “Buzz” Donnelly read at her memorial service, Navy Seaman Luckey also made a name for herself.

Fight continues over secretive giving to ex-SEAL gubernatorial candidate

At issue is a $1.9 million gift the political action committee SEALs for Truth gave to Eric Greitens' campaign. Greitens is a former Navy SEAL.

Virginia won't oppose overturning sailors' convictions in '97 slaying

The Virginia attorney general's office said Wednesday it will no longer oppose overturning the rape and murder convictions of two former sailors after a federal judge declared last month that "no sane human being" could find the men guilty.

Navy: Debris, pilot error caused 2015 fighter jet crash in Persian Gulf

An F/A-18F fighter jet that crashed shortly after launching from the USS Theodore Roosevelt ingested debris as it took off, but a Navy investigation determined the crew still could have made it safely back to the carrier if not for pilot error.

Naval Academy to honor Holocaust survivor for work with midshipmen

Superintendent Vice Admiral Ted Carter will give Nesse Godin, was born in 1928 into an observant Lithuanian Jewish family, a certificate of appreciation for her work with academy.

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