New Jersey man charged with manslaughter following crash that killed Marine

A 20-year-old New Jersey man was arrested and charged with manslaughter exactly one year after authorities in New York say he caused a crash that killed a U.S. Marine.

Fort Carson fire burning on 1,450 acres near training areas is 60% contained

The wildfire burning on 1,450 acres of grassland near Fort Carson’s training areas is 60 percent contained, officials announced Thursday morning.

Navy ship carrying equipment for Gaza aid corridor catches fire, returns to US

A Navy ship carrying supplies and equipment for construction of a humanitarian corridor off the coast of Gaza has returned to the U.S. after an engine room fire, leaving behind questions over whether the project will be completed on schedule.

Navy gives itself ‘C+’ on ability to repair warships

Outdated public shipyards would get a low grade for the ability to repair warships damaged in a major conflict, a top Navy official said Wednesday.

New phone app at Navy base in Italy puts info at service members’ fingertips

A new app aims to be a one-stop source for U.S. sailors and their families in Naples seeking information on base services and instructions on what to do in the event of a natural disaster.

‘Replacing a traitor with a hero’: Street at US base in Germany renamed for soldier killed in Afghanistan

Lee Loop, a main road that runs adjacent to the post exchange store and chapel at the Hohenfels Training Area, was renamed Maj. Brian Mescall Street on Thursday during an icy, wet ceremony attended by friends and family.

US Navy trying experimental tech to help secure Guam

The U.S. Navy has turned to experimental technology to protect remote but critical networks against Chinese hackers, signing a contract with a small mobile carrier to provide cybersecurity for telecommunication companies based on the island of Guam.

Dual German-Russian citizens arrested for plotting attacks on US forces in Bavaria

German police have arrested two men with ties to Russian intelligence, accusing them of spying on U.S. military bases in Bavaria and plotting attacks in retaliation for U.S. support of Ukraine in its war against the Kremlin.

Senators propose pilot program to partner military child care with civilian providers

A persistent deficit of affordable and available early child care for military families could be improved under a new bill that seeks to establish partnerships between the military and civilian child care providers.

First shipboard USO center in 7th Fleet opens ahead of carrier’s expected departure

Sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan gathered deep inside the aircraft carrier on Wednesday to celebrate the opening of the U.S. 7th Fleet’s first shipboard USO center.