Lawsuit blames potholes for sailor's death; city disagrees

A suit filed by the family of U.S. Navy sailor Jamie Scott Powell says city officials should have warned people, particularly motorcyclists and bicyclists, that the road on near Naval Base San Diego was riddled with dangerous potholes.

American-Japanese couple juggles marriage with service to their respective nations

The Reeds, who wed in 2012 and have two children, met while both were stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni. Through careful coordination with their respective services, they managed to secure orders for both to be stationed at Yokosuka.

Aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman returns from sea trials

Work on the Truman included updates to internal and external communication networks, reactor repairs, renovations to 12 berthing spaces and 10 heads and the refurbishing of 90,000 square feet of its hangar bay and 7,000 feet of its flight deck.

Navy’s goal of 355-ship fleet may require mothballed vessels, shipyard overhauls

In order to reach previously announced plans to grow its fleet level to 355 ships, the Navy is faced with several potential roadblocks involving the upgrade of older, unused ships and current shipyard workload capacities.

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