This is sickening! Add this to the billion reasons Obama should be impeached. He is supposed to be the head of the military, but instead of leading them to victory,
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus revealed on Thursday's edition the Dan Patrick Show that New England Patriots long snapper Joe Cardona may have to put his NFL career on hold to fulfill his Naval service. "He played last year while he was on active duty because he was able to work them both out," Mabus said (via ESPN.com's Mike Reiss ). Show More Summary
Americas Exelis Inc has been awarded a $70 million contract to provide a maximum of 42 commercial-off-the-shelf Precision Approach Radar (PAR) systems to replace the currently fielded AN-FPN-63(V). The Navy contract will see 21 of the systems go to the US Army, 16 to the Navy, and 5 to the USAF; and it also includes […]
After conducting the latest phase of its sea trials late last month, new video shows the Navy’s high-tech stealth destroyer in action.
When Israel's navy last month expanded the area where Palestinians are allowed to sail off the coast of the Gaza Strip, fishermen hoped for the catch of the decade. Photographer Jehad Seftawi accompanied some of them on April 3 as they...Show More Summary
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus hopes to see Midshipmen QB Keenan Reynolds immediately pursue a career in the NFL.
A new recording made public by prosecutors raises at least as many questions as it answers.
New video has emerged of the intense battle in Iraq Tuesday that left a Navy SEAL dead
Keenan Reynolds was selected by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round of the NFL draft, and like any sixth-rounder, the former Navy quarterback will have to fight for a permanent spot on the roster. But even if he makes it, his ties to the Navy may not allow him to suit up come August. Current […]
Dave Majumdar U.S. Navy, Naval Aviation, Defense, National Security, Boeing, Asia-Pacific, Japan, China, United States The video includes some spectacular footage from air-to-air and air-to-surface training mission as well as footage from combat sorties. Lone among the U.S. Show More Summary
Earlier on Thursday, we shared Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus’ comments about his confidence that Ravens wide receiver Keenan Reynolds will be able to both play football and fulfill his commitment to the Navy in the coming year. It’s something that Patriots long snapper Joe Cardona was able to do during his rookie season in…
Last Friday, Old Navy posted the ad to Twitter, promoting a sale with a photo of an attractive, happy interracial family in an embrace. Within hours, a backlash was apparent.
A news video released Thursday takes viewers on a rare tour inside a U.S. Navy nuclear attack submarine.
Finally, the IRL version of Thor we've all been waiting for. Lasse Matberg is a sports officer, athlete and lieutenant in the Royal Norwegian Navy — an impressive résumé, to be sure. But he also has a man bun and a cool Pomeranian, which...Show More Summary
During a visit this week to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the Live Be Yoga Tour sat down with Teresa, a wounded warrior in the Navy, who is currently practicing yoga to alleviate the intense muscle cramps and insomnia...Show More Summary
TEL ASQOF, Iraq (Reuters) - A pickup truck races toward a burning village in northern Iraq, slamming to a halt behind an armored convoy that forms the only barrier between U.S. forces and Islamic State.
Reynolds was drafted by the Ravens in the sixth round and is trying to make the team as wide receiver and/or returner. When the Baltimore Ravens took former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, the only thing they knew is that they were adding one of the most productive collegiate players in NCAA history. Show More Summary
The once famed HMS Endeavor, Captain Cook's ship as he claimed Australia for the British, later renamed something boring and sunk as part of the Royal Navy's blockade of Newport, Rhode Island, has sort of been found! The British scuttled...Show More Summary
The city and two major developers broke ground Thursday on a 675,000-square-foot commercial office building in the Brooklyn Navy Yard that will be anchored by WeWork. The building is being developed... To view the full story, click the title link.
Officials said the 675,000 square foot development will bring in $380 million in private investment and 4,000 living wage jobs.