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Group Sues Over Navy's Plans for Training in National Forest

A new lawsuit is challenging a decision by the U.S. Forest Service to let the Navy use Olympic National Forest.

Navy Removes Hospital Workers Who Called Babies 'Mini Satans'

A Navy hospital removed employees after photos showed a nurse giving the middle finger to a newborn, calling babies "mini Satans."

CNO Takes Blame for Deadly Destroyer Collisions: 'I Own This'

The chief of naval operations blamed a failure of command for deadly collisions aboard the destroyers Fitzgerald and McCain.

Navy SEAL Ryan Owens' Dog Tags Missing from Memorial

Dog tags from a fallen U.S. Navy SEAL from Chillicothe went missing over the weekend, says the city's police chief.

Navy Plans to Use Xbox Controllers for New Periscope Systems

An Xbox controller costs less than $30 compared to the $38,000 cost of a photonic mast handgrip and imaging control panel.

Admiral, Captain Fired as Investigation into Ship Collisions Continues

More leaders are being removed from their posts as the Navy continues to investigate the cause of two deadly ship collisions.

Navy's Most Advanced Subs Will Soon Use Xbox Controllers

The Navy is beginning to use Xbox 360 controllers -- like the ones you find at the mall -- to operate submarine periscopes.

'A Different Feeling': Navy Pilots Describe Shooting Down SU-22

Four Navy pilots who participated in the mission offered a blow-by-blow account during the Tailhook 2017 Symposium.

Op-Ed: Collisions Show That 'Navy Way' Is the Wrong Course

"Two Navy ships had accidents with loss of life, and we've learned that training and certifications were lacking on both vessels."

US Nuclear Sub Returns Flying Pirate Flag, Sparking Speculation

One of the United States' most advanced nuclear submarines returned to port in Washington state this week flying a Jolly Roger.

USS Indianapolis Discovery Brings Closure and Raw Emotions

Michael Emery spent years researching the life of his uncle, who perished in the sinking of the USS Indianapolis.

Nearly 30,000 Service Members Involved in Irma Response

The Pentagon has mobilized nearly 30,000 military personnel for recovery operations along Hurricane Irma's devastating path.

Navy's 'Blueberries' Uniform on the Way Out, Starting Next Month

The era of the Navy's much-reviled blue digital camouflage work uniform is rapidly drawing to a close.

Navy's 4 Public Shipyards Are in Bad Shape, GAO Study Says

The Navy's four public shipyards are in such bad shape that they are not fully meeting the Navy's operational needs, the GAO said.

Iran Says It Warned Off US Ship, Navy Denies It

Iran says it warned off a U.S. Navy warship in the Gulf of Oman, while American officials say there was no direct contact.

Brother of Victim Honors Navy Warships Named for 9/11 Sites

The Navy ship USS Somerset and its crew serve as a living memorial to the passengers of United Flight 93.

Naval Academy to Discuss 2 Buildings Named for Confederates

A panel at the Naval Academy will discuss whether two buildings should remain named after officers who fought for the Confederacy.

18-Month Sentence for Ex-Navy Commander in 'Fat Leonard' Scandal

A retired U.S. Navy commander was sentenced to 18 months for lying about his relationship with a Malaysian defense contractor.

Trump Hails Coast Guard Response to Irma

President Trump will go to Florida, possibly later this week, to survey the damage from Hurricane Irma and thank first responders.

Irma Hits Florida as Military Preps Massive Rescue Effort

First responders across the state hunkered down and the military prepared a massive rescue and relief response to Irma.

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