The Navy says the commanding officer of a warship that lost seven sailors in a collision off the coast of Japan will be relieved of command.
Two C-2A Greyhounds landed at Naval Station Norfolk Thursday carrying around 50 sailors who had been deployed for seven months.
More than 300 service members, and 58 aircraft, will be returning from deployment aboard the USS George H.W Bush.
“I’ve never once met someone I had a hand in helping in a rescue,” Petty Officer 2nd Class Brittany Wygand said.
More than 7,000 sailors with the George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group returned home Monday morning to Naval Station Norfolk.
Cmdr. Bobby Pitts, of Chesapeake, entered the plea Tuesday in San Diego.
Agents say they found sexually explicit images and videos of children on Petty First Class Gregory Seerden’s phone.
The Navy is looking to transition the remaining F/A-18 Hornets to Super Hornets.
An unarmed Iranian drone shadowed a U.S. aircraft carrier at night and came close to F-18 fighter jets.
The soldiers have been identified as Sgt. Allen L. Stigler Jr. of Arlington, Texas, and Sgt. Roshain E. Brooks of Brooklyn, New York.
The Coast Guard rescued two people Friday evening after their boat caught fire 14 miles northeast of Chincoteague.
Operation Homefront stopped by Lincoln Military Housing in Norfolk on Friday to give away 1,250 backpacks to children.
A F-5N Tiger II tactical fighter aircraft was conducting training operations when the pilot ejected.
Fort Bragg officials are asking those on post to limit their water use and have issued a boil advisory.
Sgt. Harold Davis went missing after a plane crash in Papua New Guinea killed all eleven on board on Feb. 1944.