A breakdown in oversight of foreign aviation students and a culture of harassment and cultural insensitivity potentially contributed to the deadly shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla., in December 2019, according to a new investigative report.
For 15 years, James Tait Praefke has evaded capture after escaping a naval prison in the Pacific Northwest about a month after being sentenced on charges that the sailor stole explosives from the military.
President-elect Joe Biden has chosen a transgender veteran to be part of the transition team at the Department of Defense.
Midshipman 1st Class Sydney Barber will be the first Black woman to serve as brigade commander at the U.S. Naval Academy, officials announced Monday.
A New Mexico woman gave her 83-year-old grandfather a lethal dose of medication and stuffed his remains in a tool chest before fleeing the state, authorities said. Candy Jo Webb, who was caught in Florida last week after a multi-state…
A “small number” of sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford were recently removed and placed in isolation at their residences after testing positive for the coronavirus, the Navy said.