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  1. Hokie Heroes: Military Hokies Abroad, AustraliaRead the original story

    Friday | Gobbler Country

    Recently I had an opportunity to reach out to a former squadron mate and Virginia Tech alumni to discuss his experience of being a Hokie stationed overseas, and the values that were sowed and cultivated during his time at VPI. As has been highlighted in the news media over the last few months there are several entities that wish the United States, and our allies, ill .


  2. Navy submarine John Warner to be commissionedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WAVY-TV Portsmouth

    Workers at the Newport News shipyard have been building the Virginia-Class submarine, with their partners at General Dynamics in Groton, Connecticut.


  3. Crowds flock to Culdrose Air Day FINE weather attracted huge crowds...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Falmouth Packet

    FINE weather attracted huge crowds to RNAS Culdrose's annual Air Day where spectators were able to enjoy six hours of exhilarating displays which had a truly international feel. Two European visitors proved just as popular with visitors as former Cold War machines were put through their paces by pilots from Poland and Switzerland.


  4. Fairfax resident in command of U.S. Navy Operational Support CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fairfax Times

    City of Fairfax native Capt. Ralph F. DeWalt II assumed command of Navy Operational Support Center Atlanta on July 11. The facility is the fifth largest Navy facility of its kind.


  5. BRIEF: NAS Kingsville Hangar Getting $17M in RepairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Airport Business

    July 30--CORPUS CHRISTI -- Naval Air Station Kingsville's aircraft maintenance hangar will have $17 million in repair work, the Navy announced this week. Work on the exterior will be focused primarily on the building's roof infrastructure, and the interior will be cleaned and painted.


  6. Keel laying ceremony to be held for future Austal-built USNS Carson CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Alabama Live

    Austal launched Tuesday, May 19, 2015, the recently christened USNS Brunswick, the Australian shipbuilder's sixth joint high-speed vessel in a $1.6 billion, 10-ship contract. On Friday, July 31, 2015, a keel laying ceremony was held for the series' seventh vessel, the future USNS Carson City.


  7. The incredible story of US Navy sailors sunk by torpedos and then attacked by sharksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Silicon Alley Insider

    When the USS Indianapolis was sunk by Japanese torpedoes in the final weeks of WWII, around 900 men of the crew jumped into the water to escape the burning ship. It was 30 July 1945, two days ago the USS Indianapolis delivered crucial components for the first atomic bomb to a U.S. Naval base on the Pacific Island of Tinian, when she set sail for the Leyte Gulf in the Philippines to meet the USS Idaho.


  8. RAAF 'set to match US Navy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    ... latest plan is to do so with a giant solar powered drone that looks like a fighter jet. THE RAAF is set to match the US Navy's firepower with 12 Boeing 'Growler' warfare jets. And they will cost taxpayers a hefty sum. AUSTRALIA is on the verge of ...


  9. Navy surgeon general to speak at Groton ceremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WTNH

    Seven Navy corpsmen who will serve as the only medical professional aboard their assigned submarines are graduating Friday from a training program at the base in Groton. Vice Adm.


  10. SRG Records Presents New Album 'Collision' by Alternative Rock Group...Read the original story

    Friday | PRWeb

    From Norwalk, Ct-based SRG Records with distribution by ILS/Caroline/Universal Music Group, Collision, the new record from alternative road warriors Edisun; International release set for Friday, July 31, 2015; Available on Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify and through all major retail and streaming outlets. "Collision takes listeners deep into our alternative roots...the bands we loved in the 90's... to the modern rock sound Edisun fans know us for."


  11. Thai Navy Lobbies for More SubmarinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Marine News

    The assistant commander made the claim aimed at persuading a skeptical public that the nation should invest in its military in a white paper sent to reporters, the Bangkok Post reported. The nine-page document detailing what it says are the reasons why the country needs to spend Bt24 trillion on buying three submarines from China.


  12. Boeing Unveils First Royal Australian Air Force GrowlerRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Aero-News Network

    The U.S. Navy has extended advanced airborne electronic attack capability to a key U.S. ally, presenting the Royal Australian Air Force with its first EA-18G Growler. Australia is the first country other than the U.S. to obtain this aircraft.


  13. National Naval Aviation Museum Ensures USS Forrestal Accident Not ForgottenRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Aero-News Network

    The two naval aviators were on hand Tuesday at the National Naval Aviation Museum at Naval Air Station Pensacola to examine a section of their historic ship that was recently added to the museum's collection. The USS Forrestal suffered a devastating fire and resulting explosions resulting from a rocket accident on July 29, 1967 which killed 134 Sailors and injured 161.


  14. 'You Have to Be a Good Thinker'Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | U.S. Naval Institute

    The Mission of the Institute is to provide an independent forum for those who dare to read, think, speak, and write in order to advance the professional, literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other issues critical to national defense.


  15. Reporting: The Giffords ShootingFROM Nobody to SomebodyRead the original story

    Jan 10, 2011 | American Reporter

    When the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot two weeks ago published on its internet page three videos made four years ago by the executive officer of the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Enterprise, it unleashed a firestorm that would sink the career of a decorated officer. The Navy's actions to relieve Capt.


  16. Capt. John Simonson Ekstrom, USNRead the original story

    Friday | Daily Globe

    John Simonson Ekstrom, Capt. U.S. Navy, Retired, 79, of Locust Grove, passed away Saturday, July 25, 2015, at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.


  17. Surface to Surface Missile Test For LCS SuccessfulRead the original story

    Thursday | San Diego NewsCape

    Engineering development tests of modified Longbow Hellfire missiles for use on littoral combat ships were successfully conducted in June the Navy reported July 30. Integration of the Longbow Hellfire missile system, designated the Surface-to-Surface Missile Module , will increase the lethality of the Navy's fleet of littoral combat ships. The SSMM is expected to be fully integrated and ready to deploy on LCS missions in late 2017.


  18. Larry Carl McIntyre, 1946 - 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tehachapi News

    Larry Carl McIntyre, age 69, went home to his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He passed peacefully at his home in Tehachapi on Sunday, July 26, 2015, after a battle with ALS.


  19. VIDEO: Images from the event marking the 70th anniversary of the sinking of the USS IndianapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WSJV-TV South Bend

    Despite sending out S.O.S. signals, the Navy never reported them lost at sea. The men were subjected to relentless shark attacks, drowning and dehydration after spending more than four days forgotten in the Pacific Ocean.


  20. BANGKOK: Thai navy releases document on why it needs submarinesRead the original story

    Thursday | Asia News Network

    The navy has released a nine-page document detailing what it says are the reasons why the country needs to spend 36 billion baht on buying three submarines from China. The move came after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha suspended the procurement of the Yuan Class S26T submarines and told the Navy to explain to the public the necessity of protecting the country's marine interests and why it wanted to buy the subs.