The Navy has returned to its old mission, facing off against more capable warships deployed by China and Russia. And the service is still trying to figure out what to do with the $16 billion fleet of littoral combat ships designed to fight the Global War on Terrorism.

Navy favors massive project with 10,000 housing units in San Diego area

The Navy has determined it would like to work alongside private developers to replace its familiar-but-obsolete hangars along Interstate 5 with new facilities, thousands of homes, plenty of office space for large companies, two hotels and community shops.

Navy's Guam-based Triton drones to join Air Force Global Hawks in Japan this summer

U.S. forces have temporarily deployed Guam-based Global Hawks to Japan since 2014.

Blue Angels arrive in Melbourne ahead of The Great Florida Air Show

The demonstration squadron consists of six new Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet planes and pilots, who arrived at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport early May 13. The Blue Angels could be heard practicing throughout the day ahead of the air show, which takes place May 15-16.

New captain takes charge of Recruit Training Command at Naval Station Great Lakes

Capt. Jeffry A. Sandin relieved Capt. Erik M. Thors as commanding officer during a virtual ceremony held on the USS Trayer, according to a media release.

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