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  1. New Russian submarine launchedRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | UPI

    A sixth diesel-electric submarine for Russia's Black Sea fleet was launched Tuesday at a shipyard in St. Petersburg. Built under the Russian Navy's Project 636.3, the submarine is between 229 and 242 feet long and has a submerged speed of as much as 25 knots.

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  2. Timothy BrownRead the original story

    12 min ago | MainStreetNews.com

    ... and Madison County Schools (lovingly referred to as "lead foot" by many). He was a Vietnam veteran and served in the US Navy aboard the USN CVA 64 Aircraft Carrier Constellation and US Naval Base Pearl Harbor, earning the rank of Petty Officer ...

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  3. CACI wins $50M task to support of Naval Surface Warfare CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    13 min ago | Washington Technology

    CACI International Inc. has won a $50 million task order to continue its support of the Navy's Naval Surface Warfare Center and Warfare Systems Program Office.

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  4. 92-year-old WW2 vet throws perfect first pitch at Mariners gameRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Gazette

    The Seattle Mariners topped the Padres 9-3 on Memorial Day, but in no way was that the best part of the game. The best thing happened at the very start, when 92-year-old United States Navy 2nd Class Petty Officer Burke Waldron jogged out to the field and threw a very impressive first pitch.

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  5. Navy man's family still seeking answers in 2013 deathRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Financial News & Daily Record

    Kevin Williams, a U.S. Navy chief petty officer, was the grill master, cooking up chicken, sausages and other mouth-watering delights. His wife, Vanessa, and children, Jamal and Journi, enjoyed the food and family time, whether it was a game of Monopoly , listening to music or watching a little TV.

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  6. This Day In Naval History: May 31Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Marine News

    1944 - USS England , assisted by six destroyers and destroyer escorts, sinks sixth Japanese submarine in less than two weeks. 1944 - USS Barb and USS Herring attack Japanese shipping in the Sea of Okhotsk about 150 miles west of Matsuwa Island, Kuril Islands, sinking several ships.

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  7. Amid Controversy, Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry Says This Is the...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | TheBlaze.com

    Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry penned a Fox News op-ed blasting a recent report that Chris Kyle - the late Navy SEAL known as the "American Sniper" - embellished his military record by claiming he was awarded more medals than he actually received. Perry called the Intercept, which ran the article on Kyle , a "click-hungry website" and a "leftwing publication whose only knowledge of the military was likely acquired while Googling derogatory slogans to scrawl on protest signs."

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  8. Alabama 'Taps' player hangs up his horn after 54 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Decatur Daily

    Jesse Sanchez has lost count on the number of times he's played "Taps" at important military events, but one has yet to be completed. It's about him, but he won't be around to hear it because it'll be played on a recorder at his funeral.

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  9. US naval, air maneuvers become 'new normal' in Asia PacificRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cybercast News Service

    In this Friday, April 15, 2016 file photo, an FA-18 jet fighter lands on the USS John C. Stennis aircraft carrier in the South China Sea while U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter visited the aircraft carrier during a trip to the region. American ships and fighter jets maneuvering across the South China Sea and the Sea of Japan represent the "new normal" in U.S.-Pacific relations despite rising tensions with China and Russia.

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  10. Memorial Day Tribute Honoring And Remembering Those Who Have PassedRead the original story

    Friday May 27 | Valley Voice

    As the bands move down Main Street in the Little City and are joined in celebration by fire trucks, police cruisers, four wheelers, floats, bikes, bagpipes and cheering crowds, there are some chairs that will be empty and voices that will not be raised in celebration. During this past year more of our oldest veterans have passed and the stories and lessons of the Greatest Generation are now being told by the next generation.

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  11. Battle of Jutland: Map, ships, who won and where is Scapa flow?Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Metro UK News

    One hundred years ago today was the largest and most expensive naval battles of the First World War - the Battle of Jutland. While tactically the naval fight was a failure as more British ships and people were lost, strategically it was a success due to the damage to the German fleet.

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  12. Battle of Jutland in Orkney: Map, ships, who won and where is Scapa flow?Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Metro UK News

    One hundred years ago today was the largest and most expensive naval battles of the First World War - the Battle of Jutland. While tactically the naval fight was a failure, strategically it is considered a success despite Britain losing more men and ships than Germany.

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  13. Simmering South China Sea dispute expected to boil after court ruling: expertsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    With an international arbitration court ruling on the legality of China's "nine-dash line" claim to much of the South China Sea set to be handed down in the coming days or weeks, experts say the situation is likely to get a lot more complicated in the months and possibly years ahead. The case, brought before the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague by the Philippines, is widely expected to end in a ruling favoring Manila, which says that Beijing's claims violate United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea agreements about territorial seas and exclusive economic zones .

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  14. Memorial Day ceremonies across country honor U.S. heroesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Active service men, veterans and their families help unfurl the100-foot American Flag as they honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in Manhattan on Monday. The nation's heroes past and present were honored Monday with somber and colorful Memorial Day tributes to remind Americans about the price of freedom.

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  15. China to 'pressure' US on maritime issues, paper saysRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    China will "pressure" the United States on maritime issues at key talks in Beijing next week because of Chinese concerns over the increased U.S. military presence in the disputed South China Sea, a major state-run newspaper said on Tuesday. Still image from a United States Navy video purportedly shows Chinese dredging vessels in the waters around Fiery Cross Reef in the disputed Spratly Islands BEIJING: China will "pressure" the United States on maritime issues at key talks in Beijing next week because of Chinese concerns over the increased U.S. military presence in the disputed South China Sea, a major state-run newspaper said on Tuesday.

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  16. Vet sees hope after an eye-opening careerRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Martinsburg Journal

    Editor's Note: The Unsung Hero article featuring Frank Dobscha that appeared in Monday's edition of The Journal inadvertently used an image meant for an upcoming profile on George Pucciarelli. Dobscha did not appear on the cover of Time magazine; Pucciarelli did.

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  17. Ken Beaton: The tide turnedRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Nevada Appeal

    ... hands up if you landed at Concourse A and your connecting flight was at Concourse B or vice versa. Did you notice a US Navy World War II propeller plane hanging from the ceiling between the two concourses? It's a SBD-Dauntless, which stands for ...

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  18. Town of Redding asks Navy to name a ship after itRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    Redding is requesting the Navy name a ship after it. One of the types of ships eligible is a littoral combat ship.

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  19. Working sub months awayRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Castanet.net

    Canada is still months away from having battle-ready submarines on both its West and East coasts, says the navy's commander. During an exclusive interview with The Canadian Press aboard the navy's only operational submarine - the Halifax-based HMCS Windsor - Vice-Admiral Mark Norman said British Columbia-based HMCS Chicoutimi will be operational by early next year.

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  20. Sailors on funeral honors teams offer last salutes to their comradesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Nichael Smith put down his smartphone and slipped on his white gloves. He stepped out of the air-conditioned government van into the hot May sun.

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