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Leader of the Unfree World

AP Photo/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump speaks to U.S. military troops and their families at Naval Air Station Sigonella in Italy.  H e’s cool with the Saudis, he’s down with Duterte, he’s effectively a Putin pal. With Western Europe,...Show More Summary

The Latest: From the air, Trump tweets about trade

NAVAL AIR STATION SIGONELLA, Sicily (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump's visit to Europe (all times local):

Virginia Beach Marsh Turns Brown After Navy Jet Fuel Spill

Wolfsnare Creek is surrounded by tidal saltwater marsh. It took the brunt of a jet fuel spill at Oceana Naval Air Station.

Navy to break ground on solar facility at Mississippi base

The U.S. Navy has announced a groundbreaking ceremony for a solar generation facility at a base in Mississippi. A Navy statement says the project on Naval Air Station Meridian will … Click to Continue »

Navy blames flipped switch for 94,000-gallon fuel spill

The Navy has explained how it spilled 94,000 gallons of jet fuel around Naval Air Station Oceana in Virginia Beach: Officials say a switch was left in the wrong position … Click to Continue »

'Oh, the humanity!' Hindenburg anniversary, broadcast marked

"Oh, the humanity!" It was 80 years ago Saturday that a radio announcer from Chicago stood at Lakehurst Naval Air Station in New Jersey and uttered those words into a … Click to Continue »

America’s Love Affair With the Hindenburg

Eighty years ago this week, the airship Hindenburg erupted into flames while nearing the mooring mast at New Jersey’s Lakehurst Naval Air Station. From a nearby hangar, radio reporter Herbert Morrison described the unfolding horror. Thirty-six people died in the Hindenburg airship fire. Show More Summary

AP WAS THERE: The airship Hindenburg bursts into flames

EDITOR'S NOTE: On May 6, 1937, the German airship Hindenburg burst into flames at Lakehurst Naval Air Station in New Jersey. Thirty-five people aboard and one person on the ground … Click to Continue »

Navy officials say water is free of possible contaminants

U.S. Navy officials say water in two private wells near Naval Air Station Meridian is free of possible contaminants. NAS Meridian sampled the wells from April 17-19 and released preliminary … Click to Continue »

Bomb Threat Probed at San Diego-Area Navy Base

A bomb threat investigation forced a closure of the main gate at Naval Air Station North Island at Coronado on San Diego Bay.

Bomb threat probed at San Diego-area Navy base

A bomb threat investigation forced a lengthy closure of the main gate at Naval Air Station North Island at Coronado on San Diego Bay. Capt. Scott Mulvehill says someone drove … Click to Continue »

P-8 Squadron Completes Seven-month Deployment to U.S. 6th Fleet

The “Pelicans” of Patrol Squadron 45 (VP-45) closed out a seven-month deployment to the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations (AOO) as the last P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft returned to Naval Air Station Jacksonville April 8, 2017. The Pelicans, attached to Commander, Task Force 67 (CTF 67) and led by Commanding Officer Cmdr. Ryan

Contaminants found in wells near Naval Air Station Meridian

U.S. Navy officials say they plan to test the water in private wells near Naval Air Station Meridian after discovering contaminants in three wells in the area. The Meridian Star … Click to Continue »

Company intends to build amphibious planes in Brunswick

An aircraft manufacturer that intends to build two-seat, amphibious planes designed in Finland for the North American market is poised to become the first company to build planes at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station, officials said Tuesday.

Navy Identifies Sailor Shot and Killed at Oceana Naval Air Station

A sailor who crashed through a gate of Oceana Naval Air Station made it to the hangar before he was shot and killed.

Chair helps to conquer motion sickness

Some of the more than 1,400 military flight students who pass through Whiting Field Naval Air Station each year make an unexpected stop on the way to their coveted Wings … Click to Continue »

First Pacific-Based F-35C Fighters Arrive at NAS Lemoore

Four of the Navy’s newest F-35C Lightning II joint strike fighter aircraft arrived at Naval Air Station (NAS) Lemoore, Jan. 25. The jets’ arrivals mark the first time the new strike-fighter variant has been deployed to a West-coast based squadron, the recently reactivated “Rough Raiders” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 125. “It was my first

Military Jet Crashes at Naval Air Station Meridian; 2 Eject

Officials at a Mississippi military base say a jet has crashed on a training flight, and that two people were able to eject.

US Navy Partnership Hits Milestone, 50th P-8A Delivered

The U.S. Navy accepted its 50th P-8A Poseidon aircraft at the Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, Florida today. The Navy’s Poseidon is replacing the legacy P-3 Orion and will improve an operator’s ability to efficiently conduct anti-submarine warfare; anti-surface warfare; and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions. Show More Summary

2 Navy Growler Aircrew Members Injured in December Still in Hospital

Two Navy aircrew who suffered injuries Dec. 16 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island have not been released from the hospital.

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