More than 6,000 sailors with the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group returned home Friday following a seven-month deployment.
A kayaker who was found Wednesday morning near Cape Charles has died. He was identified Thursday as a Navy SEAL.
U.S. Coast Guard search on Wednesday off the coast of Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Hampton has been suspended.
More than 200 men and women in Carrier Air Wing Three are returning home today.
There was a tinge of nostalgia as Obama visited U.S. troops on Christmas for the last time, and some solemnity, too.
The USS Wasp returned to Naval Station Norfolk Saturday morning bringing sailors home just in time for the holidays.
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer left Naval Station Norfolk on Dec. 15.
Coast Guard crews rescued two men and a woman Thursday from a yacht that ran aground in the Ocracoke Inlet.
More than 200 sailors on the USNS Laramie and USNS William McLean returned home Thursday morning.
Roy E. Friend fraudulently obtained goods valued at just over $905,000.
“We have learned from you, and so effective immediately, all rating names are restored,” said Adm. John Richardson.
China on Tuesday handed back to the United States an underwater drone it had seized last week in an incident.
The nonprofit organization, Pay Away the Layaway, surprised 28 military families.
Coast Guard Cutter Dependable returned home Monday following a 48-day patrol in the Western Caribbean Sea and the Eastern Pacific Ocean.
Nearly 80 Navy sailors and civil service mariners with USNS Trenton will deploy from Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story.