The updated USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park will include three exhibit galleries that span the history and the future of submarine warfare: the submarine force of World War II, the Cold War and today’s force and into the future.

Navy Surface Forces’ strategy focused on fight for power

Today’s strategic environment and how it is shaping the Navy’s tactics and shipbuilding are similar to the Cold War between the U.S. and the Soviet Union, said Vice Adm. Richard Brown, commander of Naval Surface Forces/Naval Surface Force U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Indian helicopter lands for the first time on a US Navy ship deck

The UH-3H helicopter landed on the USS Anchorage, an amphibious transport dock ship carrying personnel with 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

Navy contradicts Congressman Hunter's claims concerning SEAL's confinement conditions

Navy Personnel Command — which oversees the Navy brigs where military prisoners are held — has pushed back against a congressman’s claims that a SEAL charged with multiple war crimes is being held in “irregularly harsh” conditions.

A Green Beret says the military failed to detect his cancer. Now he seeks to hold the government accountable.

A Green Beret may be dying of cancer. Military doctors may be to blame. But a law prevents servicemembers from suing the government for anything. Now, Sgt. 1st Class Rich Stayskal is fighting two battles. One, for his life. The other for the lives of others in similar situations.

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