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USS Pennsylvania Submarine Commander Relieved of Duty

Cmdr. Steven Everhart was relieved because of a loss of confidence in his ability to serve as commanding officer.

Shiloh Sailor Who Spurred 3-Day Search Released from Confinement

A USS Shiloh sailor who was presumed lost at sea only to be found a week later has been freed from the brig.

Thousands Pay Their Respects to Lost USS Fitzgerald Sailors

Thousands of people lined the streets of Yokosuka Tuesday to pay their respects to the seven USS Fitzgerald sailors who died.

First Military Case in 'Fat Leonard' Navy Bribery Scandal Begins

Cmdr. David Alexander Morales is the latest Navy official to be charged in a wide-ranging bribery scandal.

'Missing' Shiloh Sailor Who Launched Search Now Facing Court-Martial

A USS Shiloh sailor who sparked a three-day search only to be later found in the ship's engine room is now facing court-martial.

Admiral: Upgrades Coming for Norfolk Naval Shipyard

The Navy is planning major upgrades at Norfolk Naval Shipyard and its three other public yards involving billions of dollars.

Naval Station Norfolk's First 100 Years: the World's Largest Navy Base

The first 100 years of Naval Station Norfolk witnessed name changes, reorganizations and technological advancements.

Ex-Wife Can't Explain Why Shiloh Sailor Hid, Triggering Search

A sailor who triggered a man overboard search by allegedly hiding in the Shiloh's engine room is being held at a San Diego brig.

Add Another Building Block to the John F. Kennedy Carrier

The future USS John F. Kennedy added 932 metric tons to its fighting weight Thursday.

More Countries May Buy V-22 Osprey as Japan, US Navy Get Aircraft

In September, Japan will become the first international buyer to fly the one-of-a-kind tiltrotor aircraft.

Navy Names Lead Investigator in USS Fitzgerald Collision

Rear Adm. Brian Fort will lead a Navy investigation into the collision that killed seven USS Fitzgerald sailors.

Court: Sailors Can Sue in US Over Japanese Nuclear Disaster

A court says members of the Navy can pursue their lawsuit in a U.S. court over a Japanese nuclear disaster.

Investigators Obtain Data Recorder in US Warship Collision

Investigators are examining the ship's movements to determine the cause of its collision with the USS Fitzgerald.

US Test to Shoot Down Ballistic Missile Fails

Amid the threat of North Korea possibly launching a missile, the latest U.S. effort to test its shoot-down capability failed.

Indiana Navy Veteran Held in 1985 Hijacking Dies

Clinton Suggs, a former Navy diver who made news in 1985 after he was held captive by terrorists, died at 61.

Aircraft Carrier Gerald Ford Commissioning Set for July 22

The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford will be commissioned Saturday, July 22, at Naval Station Norfolk, according to the Navy.

Navy Seal Testifies About Wound During Bowe Bergdahl Search

A former Navy Seal testified that his military career ended when he was shot during a mission to find Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

USS Fitzgerald Sailor Sacrificed Himself to Save Lives after the Crash

When the Fitzgerald collided with the merchant ship, Fire Controlman 1st Class Gary Leo Rehm Jr."leapt into action."

Former Navy SEAL and CIA Special Agent Charged in Drug-Smuggling Case

A man said to be a former Navy SEAL and CIA special agent has been arrested in connection with a drug-smuggling investigation.

Stories of Fitzgerald Sailors Killed in Destroyer-Container Ship Crash

Among the seven U.S. Navy sailors who died in the Saturday collision between the USS Fitzgerald and a Philippine-flagged container ship off Japan were an Ohio man expecting to retire soon, a Maryla...

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