The commander of Naval Station Norfolk’s Destroyer Squadron 2 was relieved of his duties Wednesday, according to Naval officials.
Four Iranian small boats harassed the USS Nitze warship near the Persian Gulf, but no missiles were fired.
The Green Beret was killed by an improvised explosive device in the southern province of Helmand.
The Navy has been working on the restoration of seven sites at SJCA since 1980, and now they say they’ve completed the project.
A U.S. service member was killed after their patrol triggered an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan Tuesday.
The work will take place at Norfolk Naval Shipyard and should be finished by September 2017.
Chadwick Ghesquiere faced a federal judge Wednesday in a complex murder-for-hire plot.
CG Sector Hampton Roads has suspended its search for a missing swimmer near Fisherman’s Island at the southern tip of Smith Island.
12 pilots from the Oceana-based Fighter Squadron 101 put the jet to work Monday as part of the three-week test period.
A crew member on a commercial fishing boat fell unconscious Monday morning due to heat exhaustion.
Xavier Johnson is accused of raping and trying to murder a fellow sailor.
The U.S. Defense Department says an army sergeant has died in a noncombat related incident in Afghanistan.
An Easthampton man has pled guilty in federal court for the illegal possession of guns he built in Massachusetts and then brought into New H…
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued three people from a disabled boat in Pamlico Sound near Hobucken early Saturday morning.
17-year-old Billy Stevens of Chesapeake was wounded during an argument August 6 outside a Portsmouth Food Lion.