US and South Korean troops clear city streets in wake of Typhoon Hinnamnor
U.S. service members joined their South Korean counterparts to clean up one of the places hit hardest in South Korea by Typhoon Hinnamnor.
One of the first Rota-based Navy destroyers heads back to US after 8 years
USS Ross, one of four destroyers based at Naval Station Rota in Spain, departed for its new home in Norfolk, Va.
US military’s footprint is expanding in northern Australia to meet a rising China
Major construction, funded by the U.S. and Australian governments, is underway in Australia’s Northern Territory for facilities that will be used by the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.
Navy reservist already charged in Jan. 6 riot indicted in Virginia
A Navy reservist has been indicted in Virginia on charges of possessing unregistered firearms months after authorities in D.C. charged him with breaching the Capitol with the Proud Boys extremist group during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack.
Navy wants new destroyer with lasers, hypersonic missiles
The Navy is getting ready to turn the page as it looks to a future ship brimming with lasers that can shoot down missiles and attack enemies with hypersonic missiles topping 3,800 mph.
Congress quietly debates new sea-based nuclear weapons amid China tensions
Both the House and Senate Armed Forces committees approved a provision to the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act that allows for additional funds for the Navy's Sea-Launched Cruise Missile-­Nuclear program, better known as SLCM-N.
Hundreds of Red Hill water samples were never tested for fuel
Some military families have worried there may have been other contamination in their water that was never identified, and suspect the fuel contamination began months before the November fuel spill at Red Hill.
Amerigo the beautiful: 60 years later, another US aircraft carrier sails with historic Italian ship
The aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush recently sailed alongside the Italian navy’s Amerigo Vespucci, a historic reenactment some six decades in the making.
‘Fat Leonard,’ set to finally be sentenced in long-running Navy bribery scheme, escapes house arrest
Leonard Glenn Francis, who has been under house arrest, cut off his GPS monitoring ankle bracelet and absconded from his San Diego home sometime Sunday morning, said Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal Omar Castillo.
Navy veteran who killed dentist explains motive, is sentenced to 40 years in prison
Three days after popular Newport News dentist, Dr. William “Bill” Trolenberg, was gunned down outside his office in 2019, police arrested Navy veteran Kelly Michael Vance in the killing. Vance was captured on video shooting Trolenberg — but a crucial question remained: Why?
PETA calls for Navy to end ‘horrific’ decompression sickness testing on sheep 
A leading animal rights group is calling on Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin to force the Navy to stop conducting painful and often lethal decompression sickness tests on sheep.
Navy’s return to frigates begins with construction start of $1.3 billion Constellation
The Navy wants to add a total of 20 frigates, which are planned for use in blue water and along the coasts, and which have more armor and firepower than the much-maligned littoral combat ships.
US service members in Germany face chronic child care backlog
As of early August, Army and Air Force child development centers in the Kaiserslautern Military Community could handle only about 65% of demand. And one of the 11 centers is closed because staffing levels never came back to pre-pandemic levels.
Supporters of Navy officer jailed in Japan hope Biden administration will ‘right a wrong’
Supporters of a Navy officer serving three years in a Japanese prison gathered outside U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s front gate to protest what they believe is an unfair sentence.
Navy veteran builds, launches smartphone game inspired by life at sea
When Christian Fager ended his naval career, he created a smartphone game based on his six years as a Navy petty officer aboard guided-missile destroyers.
4 families are first to file federal lawsuit over Navy’s fuel-tainted water in Hawaii
Four families claiming a host of maladies arising from exposure to petroleum-tainted Navy tap water in Hawaii filed suit in federal court.
W.Va., Va. join 22-state coalition challenging Biden's military vaccine mandate
The court filing is in support of the religious liberty of Navy SEALs and other U.S. Navy personnel seeking exemptions from the Biden administration's continuing pursuit of universal COVID-19 vaccination.
USS Truman departs Mediterranean after eventful Europe deployment
The USS Truman’s departure leaves the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group on duty in the Mediterranean.
Navy blocks Iranian effort to capture unmanned drone in Persian Gulf
The U.S. Navy's Mideast-based 5th Fleet says Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard seized and later let go of a U.S. sea drone in the Persian Gulf.