Today in U.S. Naval History - February 19 1814 - USS Constitution captures British brig Catherine 1945 - Marines with naval gunfire support land on Iwo Jima; island secured March.
The situation around Syria has been eased the last days. The Americans are withdrawing the USS Eisenhower and USS Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Groups from the Eastern Mediterranean. President Obama expects this step would ‘ease the tension in the region'. Show More Summary
USS Iwo Jima The US Navy is sending amphibious warships to the eastern Mediterranean in case an evacuation of American citizens from Israel is needed. CNN reported, via IMRA: Three U.S. Navy amphibious warships are returning to the eastern Mediterranean … Continue reading ?
Almost 2.5 years ago when the 26th MEU was in the Persian Gulf (or Gulf of Aden), I noted that: During the 2008 deployment of the 26th MEU, an Iranian helicopter all but landed on the deck of the USS Iwo Jima. The Marines could almost touch it from a standing position on the deck, [...]
That's the story of then Secretary of the Navy (and current Romney naval adviser) John Lehman. Had the UK lost one of it's two carriers, Reagan was prepared to give the UK the use of the USS Iwo Jima, an...
The USS Gerald R. Ford will be the first aircraft carrier ever built without urinals, the independent Navy Times reports in a story not yet on line. In a related move, the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima now boasts a beauty sal...
An MV-22 Osprey operating from the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) crashed in a Royal Moroccan military training area southwest of Agadir, Morocco, while participating in the bilateral Exercise African Lion. Four U.S. Marine Corps personnel were on the aircraft at the time of the incident. Two personnel died as a result [...]
Two US Marines have been killed and two severely injured in a plane crash during a training exercise in Morocco. Their MV-22 Osprey aircraft crashed in the desert after taking off from the amphibious assault ship USS Iwo Jima, a defense official tells AP. The men were among more than...
USS Iwo Jima departs Norfolk to head up amphibious force in area of operations of 5th and 6th Fleets More than 4,000 Sailors and Marines from the Iwo Jima Amphibious
From the Navy News Service: 1911 - The hulk of battleship USS Maine is sunk at sea with full military honors. 1945 - The island of Iwo Jima is declared secure.
NEW YORK - May 26, 2011: USO Liberty Bells with Chester Cheetah on the USS Iwo Jima at Pier 88. More »
The 22-year-old was struck and killed instantly by a silver Acura as he attempted to return to the USS Iwo Jima. [NYP ] Read more posts by Chris Rovzar
Fleet Week got off to a grisly start early Thursday morning when a 22-year-old marine was fatally struck by a car on the West Side Highway—a mere 200 years from his ship, the USS Iwo Jima. [ more › ]
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Haiti USS Iwo Jima steered toward Haiti last week after Tropical Storm Tomas threatened to worsen the earthquake-ravaged country's humanitarian crisis. The storm killed 14 people in St. Lucia, where Prime Minister Stephenson King declared a state of emergency. Show More Summary
About the Author: Charlotte Hu is the Public Affairs Officer at U.S. Embassy Georgetown, Guyana. Continuing Promise 2010 (CP10), the humanitarian civic assistance mission that previously brought the HSV Swift to Guyana, kicked off the...Show More Summary
It looks like a hungry metal monster eating humans floating on the sea, but it's just the USS Iwo Jima, a multipurpose amphibious assault ship that is sailing the Caribbean providing with medical, dental, and engineering assistance to partner nations. More »
Photograph of the USS Iwo Jima as it passes the lower Manhattan skyline this morning by Mark Lennihan/AP Hello, sailor, it's Fleet Week 2010! Ships have been making their way into the New York Harbor this morning and will be docked in Manhattan and Staten Island for the next few days. Show More Summary
1814 - USS Constitution captures British brig Catherine 1945 - Marines with naval gunfire support land on Iwo Jima; island secured 16 March. (Source: Navy News Service)