A military judge on Friday acquitted a sailor of arson in a fire that destroyed the USS Bonhomme Richard, a blow to the Navy as it faces allegations of improper training and maintenance of the ship.
The jet based at Naval Air Station Lemoore went down Friday in the area of Trona in San Bernardino County, the Navy said. The pilot's identity and details of the crash weren't immediately released.
Put on hold by the COVID-19 pandemic, a federal case against two foreign nationals is proceeding after charges were first filed in 2019.
Navy desertions more than doubled from 2019 to 2021. One expert says the increase could be an indicator of an underlying issue: service members stuck in a line of work they dislike.
Kyle Mullen, a 24-year-old, died after completing a 5 1/2-day assessment designed to test SEAL candidates' endurance and mental rigor. A second candidate is in stable condition, the Navy said.
An investigation found that the USS Connecticut "grounded on an uncharted seamount," the 7th Fleet said. Eleven crew members were injured in the Oct. 2 collision.
The Kharg was one of the Iranian navy's few ships capable of refueling other vessels at sea.
Russia says it "chased off" a U.S. Navy ship in contested territory in the Sea of Japan, according to the Defense Ministry in Moscow.
Some say Black sailors have to navigate both unconscious and active bias in the Navy.
Viral videos show dogs attacking a man in a Colin Kaepernick jersey at an event reportedly hosted by a Florida museum dedicated to Navy SEALs.
Over his 19-year career with the Navy SEALs, Special Operations Chief Edward "Eddie" Gallagher earned high honors for valor and leadership as a medic,...