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11 min ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press
Sailors from Hampton Roads are likely to keep steaming east to the Persian Gulf for some time to come, playing a critical role in keep sea lanes open through the Strait of Hormuz that links the oil-rich area to the rest of the world, Sen. Tim Kaine said Friday, during a break in a visit to the region.
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1 hr ago | AVweb
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2 hrs ago | Bremerton Patriot
There was never any question in Tim Thomson's mind. He knew he was going to grow up to become a naval aviator.
6 hrs ago | Mira Mesa/Scripps Ranch Sentinel
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. Ship's Sponsor Susan Ford Bales, daughter of President Gerald R. Ford, christens the Navy's newest aircraft carrier, Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford during a ceremony at Huntington Ingalls Newport News Shipbuilding.
10 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
From concept to fleet demonstration, this idea took less than six years to produce results at significant cost savings when compared to traditional programs often taking decades to produce results.
The Royal Navy's amphibious aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious arrived in the Philippines on 25 November, 2013, after a short stop in Singapore to load up 500 tonnes of humanitarian aid under the direction of the UK Department for International Development .
Randy Forbes, a key member of the House Armed Services Committee, on Thursday urged Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to rethink the U.S. Navy's current plan to allow Boeing Co's F/A-18 fighter jet production to close in 2016.
The U.S. Navy says it has successfully launched a drone from a submerged submarine, another big step toward developing new military spying and reconnaissance capabilities.
Reliant, a robot that operates underwater to protect Navy vessels and American waters from enemy mines, is also a record breaker.
Richard N. Massie and Cmdr. Leif E. Mollo, the 2013 recipients of the Vice Adm. James Bond Stockdale Leadership Award, discuss getting word about the award and qualities of good leadership.
Dr. Joseph Frederick Eckman, Sr., age 70, of Kennett Square left his earthly body behind on November 29, 2013 and moved on to eternal life with his Savior in Heaven, just five months after his diagnosis of melanoma.
A lifelong area resident, he was born June 11, 1964, in Jamestown, N.Y., a son of Fabio B. and Beth Anne "Betsy" Olson Landy.
At 2:10 on a Wednesday afternoon, shortly after World War II ended, five bulky Navy torpedo bombers took off from what is now Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, planning to conduct a routine navigational exercise.
Defense contractor Leonard Francis, right, shown in this courtroom sketch with his attorney Patrick Swan, Judge David Bartick and prosecutor Robert Huie, left, during his appearance in federal court in San Diego on Nov. 21. After a month at sea, the 5,000 sailors aboard the USS George Washington couldn't wait to hit the bars, legalized brothels and ... (more)
An air defense zone China recently declared in the East China Sea will not inhibit the operations of two high-tech maritime surveillance aircraft the U.S. Navy deployed to Okinawa, Japan earlier this week, a spokesman indicated.
It's a Japanese submarine that had reportedly been planning to attack the Panama Canal.
The huge sub was part of a group the Japanese built toward the end of World War II.