A bronze statue of a Naval aviator in uniform, gazing into the distance with helmet held at his side, will represent remembrance and a long-standing partnership between Corpus Christi and the air station.
Darla Renee Jackson, 25, is accused of causing the death of Zacharias Buob, a 39-year-old Navy chief petty officer, in a May 28 collision on a South County freeway. She sobbed in the courtroom when she heard the judge’s ruling.
Japan’s forces are capable of conducting operations in the South China Sea alongside the United States if called upon, the commander of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force said Tuesday following a bilateral sea exercise.
A study released Thursday says that two ocean fish — the big-eyed scad and the lookdown — have fine-tuned a method of avoiding predators by hiding in light. Elements in their silvery skin render them nearly impossible to see.
Three Chinese navy ships will stop in Hawaii on the final leg of an around-the-world deployment meant to show China’s expanding global military capability, but also highlighting ongoing relations between the United States and People’s Liberation Army despite disagreement in the South China Sea.
The Navy will need to spend $4 billion to $7 billion more on shipbuilding each year to sustain current presence levels into the future, according to a report released Wednesday by a Washington, D.C.,-based think tank.
One of Frederick Trapnell's sons and a granddaughter have written a critically acclaimed biography that details how Trapnell helped the Navy evolve from flimsy bi-planes and delicate dirigibles to brawny jets with laser-guided weapons. Along the way, he became known as the father of naval aircraft testing.
A recently released Navy investigation into the videotape scandal aboard the USS Wyoming makes no new recommendations regarding the use of electronic devices aboard the ballistic missile submarine. And to one lawyer, that’s disappointing and risky.
International mediation is the best solution to avoid “force and coercion” in disputes among China and Southeast Asia nations over ownership of islands in the South China Sea, the U.S. Pacific Fleet commander reportedly said Tuesday.
The Navy's latest littoral combat ship, the USS Milwaukee, has undergone sailing trials on Lake Michigan since Marinette Marine shipyard workers finished construction in northeastern Wisconsin. But it's not officially a part of the fleet until Saturday's commissioning ceremony.
Next year, when the USS Gerald Ford joins the Navy's fleet as the first of a class of bigger, mightier nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, Capt. John Meier will be its commanding officer, putting him at the helm of one of the world's largest fighting ships.
The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt will stop in Pearl Harbor today after an around-the-world deployment that included more than six months in the Middle East and a shipboard visit by Defense Secretary Ash Carter in the contentious South China Sea.
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