USS Harry S. Truman Prepares for Third Deployment in 4 Years
The Navy said the Truman headed out to sea last week to participate in a training exercise.
Hospital Ship Comfort Arrives in Ecuador to Care for Venezuelan Refugees
The Norfolk-based ship is on a five-month humanitarian mission to Latin America called Operation Enduring Promise.
Vice President Pence Visits USNS Comfort as it Preps for Humanitarian Mission
The hospital ship is heading to the Caribbean, Central America and South America as part of a humanitarian mission.
Navy Cancels Battle of Midway Ceremony Due to Virginia Beach Shooting
The ceremony was scheduled for Friday at the Naval Aviation Monument Park to mark the 77th anniversary of the battle.
A Cultural Shift Is Helping Keep Talented Mothers in the Navy
Lt. Cmdr. Karen Sankes-Ritland never imagined life outside the military.
USS John C. Stennis to Arrive in New Home Port in Norfolk on Thursday: Navy
The Stennis is shifting its home port from Bremerton, Wash. to Norfolk to prepare for a mid-life refueling and overhaul.
Second Lady Karen Pence Celebrates Military Spouses at Naval Station Norfolk
Pence delivered care packages, took photos and chatted with the spouses of deployed service members.
US Navy Corpsmen Are Preparing for the Next War in Civilian Hospitals
The next war the Navy finds itself in could bring the first significant sea battles since World War II.
5 Ways the USS Abraham Lincoln Left its Mark on Hampton Roads
The USS Abraham Lincoln will bid farewell to Virginia when it goes on deployment and shifts its home port to San Diego.
British Ship Transformed into Mine-Hunting Drone Base in US Navy Experiment
The Mounts Bay is a civilian-crewed landing ship dock that can transport troops, helicopters and other cargo.
Norfolk-Based Destroyer Rescues 26 Cuban Migrants near Florida Keys
The Coast Guard said 25 of the Cubans were repatriated to Cuba on Tuesday.
USS Gonzalez to Deploy Before Rest of Lincoln Carrier Strike Group
The Navy said the Gonzalez is leaving to perform ballistic missile defense and other missions.
Here's What Happened During False Report of Shooter at Norfolk Naval Shipyard
Police sent a SWAT team to investigate while thousands of civilian workers and sailors were told to shelter in place.
Police Say Active Shooter Report at Norfolk Naval Shipyard Was False Alarm
Thousands of workers at Norfolk Naval Shipyard were told to shelter in place for hours Thursday.
Pence Thanks Coast Guardsmen for Working Without Pay During Shutdown
Pence addressed about 100 Coast Guardsmen and other Department of Homeland Security officials at Coast Guard Base Portsmouth.
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A task force plans to revamp the antiquated methods the Army uses to recruit, select and train infantry.
Army IDs Decorated Sergeant Major Killed in Afghanistan
James G. "Ryan" Sartor, 40, was killed Saturday during combat operations in Faryab Province.
More Than 286,000 Join Prank Event to Storm Area 51: 'Lets See Them Aliens'
Despite detailed "plans" for the event, users have made clear the event is merely a joke.
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New Data Finds Child Abuse, Neglect Still Underreported in the Army
The Defense Health Board is reviewing DoD policies to prevent and detect child maltreatment in military families.
Soldiers Will Control Robotic Combat Vehicles in Upcoming Test
Next year, the Army plans to have soldiers fire at targets using remote-controlled robotic vehicles.
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Port Chicago Disaster: US House OKs African-American Sailors' Exoneration
An member of Congress has added an amendment to a bill that would exonerate survivors of the accident convicted of mutiny.
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Air Force Warns Against Area 51 Assault Plans as Alien Memes Swamp the Internet
The Facebook event, "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us," calls for enthusiasts to show up outside the base Sept. 20.
Air Force Major Charged with Murder in Death of Wife
Forty-year-old Andre McDonald is being held Monday at the Bexar County jail. Bail is set at $2 million.
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Patriots' Kraft Pledges $100K for Families of Bikers Killed in Accident
Bikers from as far as Louisiana and Arizona rode in for the event outside Gillette Stadium to pay their respects.
Marine Iraq War Vet and His Bride Pay Tribute to Trump with MAGA Wedding
A veteran lance corporal took the president's "Salute to America" message to new heights with a super patriotic wedding.
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Barry Drenches Gulf Coast, but Initially Spares New Orleans
Coast Guard helicopters rescued a dozen people and two pets from flooded areas of Terrebonne Parish, south of New Orleans.
Coast Guard Cutter Holds Line on China During Rare Pacific Deployment
Bertholf returned July 2 from the Coast Guard's first full-length deployment to the Western Pacific in seven years.
Badassery on Display: Coasties Seize Nearly 20 Tons of Cocaine
Vice President Mike Pence was on hand to congratulate the crew and watch Munro disgorge a mother lode of drug contraband.