A fleet of U.S. Navy training jets will fly again after oxygen problems grounded the planes for more than a week.
The future USS Gerald R. Ford returned to port at Naval Station Norfolk Friday, April 14, 2017, following the first of its sea trials.
The USS Gerald R. Ford is back in Hampton Roads following the first of its sea trials.
The announced ban will apply to Sailors, Marines, Military Sealift Command civilians and any personnel working on vessels or heavy equipment…
The sailor is currently listed in stable condition and is being treated at Navy Medical Center Portsmouth.
The Gary Sinise Foundation built Greg Hedrick and his family the home in Currituck through it’s R.I.S.E program.
Jordan Lee Adams was sentenced to 30 years in prison and a lifetime of supervised release Thursday for production of child pornography.
U.S. forces in Afghanistan on Thursday struck an Islamic State tunnel complex in eastern Afghanistan with “the mother of all bombs.”
Smithfield’s new division is also among a group of organizations that’s figuring out ways to replace tissue for injured soldiers.
The U.S. military says a misdirected airstrike this week killed 18 allied fighters battling the Islamic State group in northern Syria.
The discussion ranged from readiness to ratings to hairstyles. On some minds — the Navy’s role after recent events overseas.
Members of Joint Task Force Civil Support, based at Fort Eustis, are heading to Indiana later this month.
The Navy will not pursue criminal charges in the drowning of a sailor who was repeatedly pushed underwater by an instructor during Navy SEAL…
About 6,000 sailors with the Ike CSG are practicing their readiness to deploy anywhere in the world on short notice should the need arise.
The 16th Virginia-class submarine is scheduled to join the Navy in the third quarter of 2017.