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Navy aviators involved in jet crash released from hospital

NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — The Navy says all four aviators injured in a crash involving two fighter jets have been released from the hospital. Media outlets report that the crew members were released Friday from Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, where they were treated for minor injuries. The aviators ejected from their F/A-18 Super Hornets after […]

Italian, Irish, German ships save more than 650 migrants

ROME (AP) — Italian coast guard and navy ships, aided by Irish and German vessels as well as humanitarian organizations, saved 668 migrants from smugglers’ boats in distress in the Mediterranean off Libya on Saturday, Italian and Irish officials said. The rescues are the latest by a multi-national patrol south of Sicily that has saved […]

Fleet Week NYC: Gay Events Schedule For 2016 Celebration Of Sea Services Promotes Equality And Diversity

Fleet Week NYC has kicked off in the Big Apple, and hoards of sailors are in New York City to celebrate and honor the U.S. Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. The annual festival serves another equally important purpose: Fleet Week NYC’s gay events schedule for the 2016 celebration of sea services promotes equality and diversity... Show More Summary

U.S. Navy’s Deadly New Supergun: ‘This Is Going To Change The Way We Fight,’ Says Top Military Official

The U.S. Navy recently revealed a deadly new supergun that is described as being a “potent offensive weapon to blow holes in enemy ships, destroy tanks and level terrorist camps.” As reported by The Wall Street Journal, the weapon is called a railgun and requires neither gunpowder nor explosive. Show More Summary

U.S. Special Forces will soon have a new weapon at their disposal: Stealth motorcycles

Over the past few decades, the military has made great strides towards improving its stealth technology. Today, the U.S. Air Force can make use of stealth fighter jets and stealth bombers while the U.S. Navy can just as easily deploy...Show More Summary

The Stealthy F-35B will Change Amphibious Warfare Forever

Kris Osborn Security, United States F-35B Will Change Tactics and Procedures on Amphibs The Navy and Marine Corps are making fast progress with a series of extensive preparations on board amphibious assault ships in order to ensure that...Show More Summary

More Than Meets the Eye: Russian Subs Still Going Strong

Even though the Russian Navy may be no match for America’s naval might, some of its submarines are a long way ahead of their American analogues, Vzglyad business newspaper wrote.

This Week in World War I: May 28-June 3, 1916

The Battle of Jutland British fleet enroute to the Battle of Jutland, May 30, 1916 At the onset of World War I, there were a series of naval battles throughout the world's oceans that saw the Royal Navy largely destroy the German Navy's surface combatants outside of the Baltic Sea. Show More Summary

North Korea Threatens To Fire On South Korean Ships After Sea Border Skirmish

North Korea is again threatening to fire on South Korean warships if they cross a disputed western sea border, a day after South Korea’s navy fired shots to warn off two North Korean ships that briefly crossed the boundary, reports ABC News. Show More Summary

Nice Wheel

Typical: The grand opening of the Centennial Wheel got off to a rocky start Friday night, when a power outage briefly halted the running of the new Ferris Wheel at Navy Pier.Shortly after 8 p.m., Navy Pier officials confirmed that a power outage had caused the wheel to stop. Show More Summary

North Korea threatens South’s ships after sea border chase

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea has threatened to fire at South Korean warships if they cross a disputed western sea border a day after the South’s navy fired warning shots to chase away two North Korean ships that briefly crossed the boundary. The General Staff of North Korea’s Korean People’s Army on Saturday […]

Raytheon Wins $365Mln Aegis Radar Transmitter Contract - Pentagon

US aerospace giant Raytheon secured a contract worth more than $365 million to produce Aegis radar and missile control equipment for the US Navy as well as the governments of Japan and South Korea, the US Department of Defense said in a press release.

Italian Navy Recovers 45 Bodies as Migrant Boat Capsizes in Mediterranean

Servicemen from the Italian naval patrol vessel on Friday recovered 45 bodies, as a migrant boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea, local media reported.

Jury-Rigged: USS Eisenhower to Fight Daesh with Cannibalized Parts

As the US Senate debates next year’s military budget, the nation’s armed forces find more and more reasons to call for more and more money. This time, the red light comes from the Navy’s aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower, steaming to the Middle East to fight Daesh, and using parts cannibalized from other ships.

New Balance Gets Summer-Ready With the M997 CYON

New Balance’s latest iteration of the M997 CYON in “Navy/Red,” part of the brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 collection, has summer written all over it. The low-top runner features a predominantly navy suede base, with synthetic mesh accents around the toe box. Hits of white and red are subtle and don’t detract from the cleanliness of a […]

Navy sailor pleads guilty to taking pictures of nuclear submarine

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A 29-year-old Navy sailor who took cellphone pictures of a nuclear submarine pleaded guilty on Friday, the feds said.

Photos: Catch Epic Views Of Chicago From Atop Navy Pier's New Ferris Wheel

We saw the lakefront like never before today from Navy Pier's big new Ferris wheel. [ more › ]

US Navy Buys Fleet of 44 Osprey: Crash-Prone Hybrid Copter Reaches 351 MPH

The modified aircraft will have a range of 200 nautical miles beyond that of the Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey, but at a high cost, as many wonder whether the hybrid can avoid crash landings.

US Hospital Ship Aids South Korean Sailor

A U.S. hospital ship conducted a medical evacuation, or “medevac”, May 27 to assist an ailing Republic of Korea sailor aboard a Republic of Korea Navy (ROK-N) submarine.

Sailor Pleads Guilty to Illegally Retaining Submarine Photos

A Navy sailor has pleaded guilty to charges alleging that he illegally retained photos he took with his cellphone of a submarine.

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