Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus spelled out in a memorandum last week his expectations for the review and audit of procedures, administration, and performance of
In the spirit of the upcoming Army/Navy Football game this weekend, Admiral Jonathan Greenert, Chief of U.S.Naval Operations, shows us just how excited he is for the big game. Will [...]
Now that it's finally cold, the streets of N.Y.C.--and probably cities across the country--are covered in swarms of black, navy blue, grey and brown coats. Enough with the drab colors already! Especially when there are so many amazing colorful colorblock coats to choose from this winter. Show More Summary
Listen, guys. I get it. I get that it's hard to care about the Army-Navy game, especially once a long list of bowl matchups —markedly better games—has been set forth before you. I get that it's hard to be excited for two triple-option...Show More Summary
Predator drones are very, very good at what they do, but $8 million will only get you about half of one. Doesn't matter which half, that guy ain't gonna to fly. Instead, the US Navy is investing in a smaller, lighter, more versatile recon drone. Read more...
One man suffered light burns as a result of an electrical fire onboard HMAS Waller earlier this week. The fire occurred on Tuesday, December 10 at 10 p.m. (WA
In November 2013 the Mexican Navy (Secretaría de Marina) and Damen Shipyards Group (the Netherlands) signed another contract for a Damen Stan Patrol 4207. The Mexican
(Image via the US Navy Art Collection) During the American Civil War, Confederate commandos and agents launched small attacks and engaged in clandestine activities from British Canada. Most famously, they robbed three banks in St. Albans, Vermont in 1864. Show More Summary
Rick Skorupski Interview Rick Skorupski Why would a retired Navy man, who loves boating and the Jersey Shore, move to South Dakota? Great question. Turns out, it’s because of the people, the culture and the cost of living. For Rick Skorupski, those reasons added up to more than enough to make him happy in his […]
The realization is setting in that the military superiority the U.S. enjoyed over the two decades following the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War is eroding. In part this is a consequence of the […]
The regular season is over—save one final game between Army and Navy this weekend—and the bowl schedule has officially been set. The stretch run for the 2013 college football campaign is in full go. When grading the FBS conferences at this juncture, there are plenty of criteria to use. Show More Summary
A typical "smoker" at Naval Auxillary Air Station (NAAS) Oceana, in which a hangar has been converted into a boxing auditorium. Note the Navy band at left, in uniform, the aircraft under repair in the background and the (admittedly few) female guests. Show More Summary
Coast Guard members of the 11th Coast Guard District participated in a joint two-day search and rescue exercise, SAREX, with members of the Mexican navy's Search and Rescue Station in Ensenada,
Colorado Assembly candidate and disgraced Navy chaplain Gordon Klingenschmitt tells RightWingWatch readers that he has a concealed carry permit.
A disgraced former Navy chaplain warned members of a group dedicated to monitoring fringe conservatives that he had would be willing to shoot their readers and then "pray for your soul" if necessary.
On Friday, December 6, 2013, the French Navy ship FS Siroco joined the EU Naval Force (EU NAVFOR) Somalia Operation Atalanta. FS Siroco will be the flagship of
Perched high in the mountains of Santa Fe, writer-director Peter Berg carved out a harsh Afghanistan, embedded with hostile Taliban members doggedly hunting a four man crew of Navy SEALs. This is conflict at the center of Lone Survivor, based on the best-selling memoir by former SEAL Team 10 Petty Officer Marcus Luttrell. Show More Summary
Christopher Carter Sanderson expected that combat would challenge him, he just didn't count on the enemy being closer to home.
Post by Adriana Velez. Well look who was out and about the other day! Kate Middleton took Prince George out for a stroll through Kensington Gardens in their fab pram -- which just happens to be a navy blue $2,350 Silver Cross carriage. Show More Summary