Nuclear work at Norfolk Naval Shipyard has resumed, after an almost two-month pause, due to improper handling of hazardous material.
A review of civilian nuclear training at Norfolk Naval Shipyard found 170 employees were undeservedly given credit for training.
Former Navy SEALs react to the release of information on the Osama Bin Laden raid 3 years ago.
A senior military official says that American military advisory teams will now go toIraq’s western Anbar province where Islamic State milita…
Virginia is awarding a series of grants to preserve historic Civil War battlefields.
Some special operations service members and veterans are unhappy that one of their own has taken credit publicly for killing Osama bin Laden…
The Navy has been given the green light to begin consolidating its transportation arm’s headquarters.
Shipyard workers in Newport News have finished dry dock work on aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln.
An investigation into a patient’s death at the Hampton VA Medical Center found nursing staff failed to properly check the patient when his h…
The Special Forces Regiment added 97-year-old Doris Baker to its list of honorary members of the Regiment.
A 97-year-old woman in Virginia Beach was inducted as an Honorary Green Beret Wednesday.
Virginia voters have overwhelmingly approved a constitutional amendment to provide a real estate tax exemption to the surviving spouses of U…
Motorists around Norfolk Naval Shipyard will see increased traffic, as the USS Harry S. Truman is undergoing maintenance at the yard.
The shop on 117 E. Princess Anne Road was recommended as out-of-bounds Tuesday.
A Russian member of the Taliban has made his first appearance in a federal court in Virginia.
The Air Force fired two commanders and disciplined a third in response to internal investigations of leadership lapses and misbehavior.
The goal is to develop and enhance coordination between first responders that would be involved in a mishap of this magnitude.