Nearly two dozen Marines were treated for exposure to a fire retardant gas Thursday after an extinguishing system accidentally went off in a…
A Norfolk-based Navy helicopter made a precautionary landing in Newport News Thursday, after crew members smelled fumes.
The USS Laboon has left Naval Station Norfolk after weather conditions delayed deployment.
Court records reveal new information on the Portsmouth-based Coast Guardsman accused of shooting three people in Massachusetts.
Full text of President Barack Obama’s letter to lawmakers accompanying draft war powers resolution:
President Barack Obama on Wednesday asked Congress to authorize military force against the Islamic State group and urged lawmakers to “show …
A welcome home ceremony was held for the group at the McClellan Gym on Fort Eustis.
New details are emerging about a local Coast Guardsman accused of shooting three people in Massachusetts Thursday.
She worked for a group devoted to giving back to those who give their all, and now she’s going to prison for stealing from them.
The Washington Navy Yard building that was the site of a mass shooting in 2013 is set to reopen after extensive renovations.
“Sometimes you wonder if there are good people in the world, and we found those good people,” Amy Dodson said.
Watchstanders at the Coast Guard got the call just before 2 p.m. on Friday that the 55-foot catamaran Rain Maker.
The City of Norfolk held a news conference to announce the 2015 Virginia International Tattoo. This year’s theme will honor military familie…
The Tattoo is a collection of military music that include drumlines, bands and bagpipes.
Cmdr. Brad Stallings, the commanding officer, led the ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk.
The American victim in an attack in Libya that left five foreigners dead was a former Marine who performed security work for various compani…
The Sailors aboard the guided-missile destroyer will spend six months deployed to the U.S. 4th and 6th Fleet area of responsibility.
Neighbors of Fort Eustis could hear some simulated rounds on the Army base over the next few days.
A local community continues to rally behind a family who lost their husband and father last January — but not in the way you might think.
First-time homebuyers, veterans and active-duty military personnel whose income ranges from $23,500 to $54,550 are encouraged to apply.
Virginia delegation from both sides of the aisle are working together to stop another round of sequestration.