F-35 risks falling behind China and Russia defenses, panel warns
The House Armed Services Committee called into question "overly aggressive development and production schedules" that for more than 20 years have resulted "in longer schedules and much higher costs than planned to realize less than full warfighting capabilities required by the Department of Defense."
Military leaders discuss coronavirus and other shared issues
Senior military representatives from dozens of countries gathered in Rhode Island Wednesday to talk about ways to address shared challenges, including combatting the coronavirus and ensuring service members are healthy.
Police investigate profane attack on sailor at Connecticut pizzeria on Sept. 11
A video on TikTok showing a woman shrieking and cursing at a man in a Berlin, Connecticut, pizzeria has prompted a criminal investigation, with police saying the victim was a Navy sailor attacked for no apparent reason.
Navy commander in Japan expects a fully vaccinated force ahead of Nov. 28 deadline
All active-duty sailors stationed ashore in Japan should be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus well ahead of the Navy’s 90-day deadline, according to the commander of Naval Forces Japan.
Funeral in Ohio honors Navy corpsman killed in Afghanistan bomber attack
Maxton Soviak, killed in a suicide bomber attack during the recent evacuation mission in Afghanistan, was laid to rest Monday in his hometown, remembered as an adventurer who threw himself into everything he did.
Longtime Navy offensive coordinator Ivin Jasper fired after 23-3 loss to Air Force
Ivin Jasper was let go in the wake of a poor performance in which the Midshipmen finished with just 68 total yards and six first downs. Navy, which has led the nation in rushing offense many times during the current triple-option era, was limited to 36 yards on the ground.
Two Naval Air Station Sigonella service members killed in Sunday crash
Two U.S. service members assigned to a U.S. Navy base in Sicily were killed Sunday morning in a single-vehicle crash, U.S. Navy officials said.
Approval of Red Hill fuel storage permit recommended despite risks
After months of deliberation, a hearing officer has recommended that the Navy get its state permit to operate underground fuel tanks at Red Hill but said it should come with inspection and repair requirements after determining the tanks are a pollution risk to a major source of Oahu’s drinking water.
Air Force tops Navy 23-3 on 9/11 20th anniversary
The outcome always matters between these two teams — but this game was significant because the two service academies were playing on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
US Navy SEALs, Cyprus special forces hold anti-terror drill
Members of the U.S. navy's elite special forces SEAL unit joined Cypriot underwater demolition soldiers on Friday in a joint drill to hone skills in countering terrorist hijackings at sea.