Food pantry opens for employees affected by shutdown at Coast Guard Academy
A coalition of Coast Guard-related nonprofit groups has opened a pop-up food pantry at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy to help Coast Guard and academy workers affected by the partial government shutdown.
US service members killed in blast while on patrol in Syria
The U.S. service members were on a routine patrol near Manbij, officials said.
Photo emerges that might exonerate Fitz defendant
What it reveals is something that hasn’t surfaced in any of the Navy’s publicly-released probes or even a secret military “dual-purpose” investigation obtained by Navy Times and completed 41 days after the tragedy.
Why a Spanish frigate will help protect an American flattop
The Spanish frigate Méndez Núñez arrived in Norfolk on Monday to train alongside the Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group.
US Navy moves toward unleashing killer robot ships on the world’s oceans
The Navy is planning to take the first few steps into a radical future, which, if it comes to pass, will upend how the fleet has fought since the Cold War.
Navy accuses yeoman of setting 2015 blaze
Yeoman 2nd Class Charmaine K. March has been charged with aggravated arson for her alleged role in a suspicious 2015 blaze at a two-story apartment building in Newport News.
Senator says Trump’s Syria comments may have emboldened ISIS deadly attack on US troops
Republican Lindsey Graham has been a critic of Trump's plans to move U.S. troops out of Syria.
Chinese companies have their eyes on what used to be the US Navy’s biggest base in the Pacific
Two Chinese firms are interested in the Philippines' largest shipyard, once the US's largest naval base in the Pacific, raising new alarm about Chinese expansion.
Here’s what you need to know about the biggest update to UCMJ in decades
The services unveiled big changes to the Uniform Code of Military Justice with the new year.
Report: Pregnant spouses of deployed service members at higher risk of depression
U.S. studies on military spouses across all branches of the military show greater incidence of depression and other problems.
Vet groups plead: ‘If you say you support veterans, then you need to support ending the shutdown’
Tens of thousands of veterans are among the government workers not receiving paychecks while the three-week-old shutdown continues.
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