The Pentagon has identified the American killed in Iraq on Thursday as a 34-year-old Navy chief petty officer named Jason C. Finan.
Some Fort Eustis residents may hear simulated rounds being fired during the exercise.
The assault appeared aimed at diverting attention from the Iraqi offensive to retake Mosul.
The Coast Guard medevaced a 22-year-old man Thursday off a 32-foot fishing vessel three miles east of Oregon Inlet.
About 20 service members of the 689th Rapid Port Opening Element returned home from Haiti Thursday.
The 46-year-old man was on a 37-foot sailboat in Mobjack Bay when he reported having chest pains.
The report was released Wednesday by the commander of Navy Region Mid-Atlantic.
The Coast Guard medevaced a man Tuesday off a cruise ship 225 miles southwest of Bermuda.
The man was on a 42-foot sailboat, had fallen and was reporting severe chest pains.
The military said another U.S. service member and two American civilians were wounded and in a stable condition.
The large and complex battle for Mosul is expected to last weeks or months.
Dramatic helicopter video captured a windsurfer’s Lake Michigan rescue after he called a friend saying he was in distress.
With 147 officers and sailors, the Zumwalt’s crew is the smallest of any destroyer built since the 1930s.
Ray Mabus, secretary of the Navy, called the Zumwalt “a quantum leap” for Navy ships.
Coast Guard crews medevaced a man from a charter boat 44 miles off the Oregon Inlet, Sunday.