Known as the Fighting Checkmates, the squadron’s roots go back to the latter stages of World War Two.
Four Navy pilots based at NAS Oceana survived a crash during training Thursday morning.
It marks the beginning of Memorial Day weekend activities at the cemetery.
Captain Mark S. Leavitt will relieve Captain Hugh P. Everly as Commander of Helicopter Sea Combat Wing Atlantic.
Depending upon the size of the boat, the exam usually takes 15 to 30 minutes.
On Wednesday, a World War II veteran made his way back to Richmond after a nearly 7,000-mile journey across the country.
The Liberty Lounge opens on Thursday, May 26.
James D. Sanders, Jr. was having dinner with his girlfriend when the pier collapsed. He rushed to help five woman who fell into the water.
New health advisory levels from the EPA mean four additional properties exceed the accepted level of PFCs.
Three ships will leave our area Monday to make it to the New York Harbor for the Parade of Ships.
The military is holding a special event Thursday to mark the 50th Anniversary of the War in Vietnam.
The bill, approved 277-147, must be reconciled with a version the Senate is expected to consider by month’s end.
About 325 kilograms of cocaine and 600 pounds of marijuana were seized and 15 drug smugglers were arrested.
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Edward Lin has pleaded not guilty to espionage charges and has requested a trial by jury.
A military judge decided Tuesday to delay Bergdahl’s trial from August until February.