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Satellite Signals Offer Hope in Hunt for Missing Argentine Sub

Argentina's defense ministry said it detected seven satellite signals that may be an attempt by the submarine to resume contact.

Navy's Poseidon Aircraft to Aid in Search for Argentine Submarine

The submarine, with 44 sailors on board, was last heard from on Wednesday, 268 miles off the Argentine coast.

Navy Destroyer Collides with Tugboat off Japan, No Injuries Reported

The tugboat lost propulsion and drifted into the USS Benfold, which sustained minimal damage.

Navy Admits Its Aircraft Drew Lewd Images in Sky

Naval Air Station Whidbey Island has claimed responsibility for the drawing.

Naval Academy's Senior Midshipmen Receive Service Assignments

On Thursday 1,053 seniors at the Naval Academy received their service assignments.

Navy SEAL Dies During Dive Accident in Zanzibar

One of the Navy's elite special operators was killed during a reported spearfishing accident in Africa earlier this month.

Lawmaker Undaunted After Provision to Change Navy's Name Cut from Bill

Since 2001, Rep. Walter Jones has been trying to rename the Department of the Navy. But 2017 won't be the year.

MoH Recipient Gave Nation 'A Lesson in The Brotherhood of Man'

Navy pilot and Medal of Honor recipient Thomas Hudner crash-landed his plane in a desperate attempt to save a dying friend.

Navy Recruits Will Soon Have to Prove They Can Run Before Boot Camp

The service announced it is creating an initial fitness test for prospective sailors on their first day of boot camp.

Pentagon Paid $370,000 to Rent MRI for Guantanamo; It Doesn't Work

There's a problem with a mobile MRI unit being leased by the Pentagon for $370,000 to scan a suspected terrorist's brain.

He Became a SEAL to Fight Terrorists. Now He Defends an Accused One

After suicide bombers attacked the USS Cole, this SEAL would have risked his life to snatch someone suspected of plotting it.

North Korea Says US Carrier Groups Raise Nuclear War Threat

North Korea warned the deployment of U.S. aircraft carrier groups makes it impossible to predict when nuclear war will break out.

Medal of Honor Recipient Who Tried to Save Black Combat Pilot Dies

A former U.S. Navy captain and pilot who received the Medal of Honor for his heroics during the Korean War has died.

Google's Security Chief, Former Navy SEAL Chris Rackow

Veteran Chris Rackow heads the team that protects the company's 80,000 employees.

Report: Green Beret Killed in Mali Discovered SEALs' Illicit Scheme

Two Navy SEALs being investigated in the strangulation death of a Green Beret allegedly offered him a cut of money they pocketed.

Patrol Ship Returns After Seizing 35 Bales of Cocaine in Single Bust

A Cyclone-class patrol ship will return home to Mayport Naval Station after a 76-day deployment off the coast of Central America.

US Navy to Run Rare 3-Carrier Military Exercise in Pacific

The U.S. Navy said it will launch a rare military exercise involving three aircraft carrier strike groups in the western Pacific.

Navy Rolls Out New Working Uniform Early to Sailors in Southeast

For sailors eager to swap their infamous "blueberries" camouflage with the new forest-green working uniform, the wait is over.

93-year-old World War II Vet Scores Upset Election Win

Vito Perillo defeated Tinton Falls Mayor Gerald Turning in the nonpartisan municipal race Tuesday

Navy Sailor Charged with Second-Degree Murder in Norfolk

Police arrested a 26-year-old sailor because they believe he shot a 20-year-old Chicago man dead in Huntersville over the weekend.

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