On the beaches, in the deepest reaches of the backcountry – even nearly 100 feet underwater – the noise of Navy Growler training jets is unescapable for people and even endangered southern resident orcas, new scientific research shows.

Submarine preparations progressing at Kings Bay

Work is ramping up at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay in preparation for the arrival of the first Columbia-class submarine in 2028.

Norfolk Naval Shipyard can go ahead with power and steam plant, state air quality regulators say

The State Air Pollution Control Board found that the new facility would not boost pollutants — including sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide — above air-quality standards.

Submarine funding is restored in final version of defense bill

The final version of a defense policy bill agreed on by House and Senate negotiators restores funding for the construction of two Virginia-class submarines, built in Groton, and authorizes billions of dollars for Connecticut's defense industry.

San Diego ship captain orders crew sequestered over holidays; Navy reverses decision

Crew members aboard the San Diego-based USS Rushmore say a quarantine to halt the spread of coronavirus while getting the ship ready for sea has led to a crisis in morale.

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