The Navy and Marine Corps’ top civilian leader says China poses a greater threat to the U.S. than many Americans may realize.
The second person killed in a military plane that crashed in Alabama on Friday was a Navy instructor pilot, officials announced on Sunday.
After years of land-based bomb-clearing missions in the Middle East, the Navy’s explosive ordnance disposal community is shifting its focus back to the sea.
As foreign undersea craft get quieter, more diverse and more numerous, America’s effort to advance undersea warfare requires stronger strategic guidance.
The roughly 250 Marines and sailors who spent the past month assisting wildfire firefighting operations in California returned to Camp Pendleton on Tuesday, the U.S. Army said in a news release.
In mid-October 2019, the Russian navy sortied every operational attack submarine in its Northern Fleet into the cold waters of the high North Atlantic.
On October 6, Secretary of Defense Mark Esper laid out his vision of what the U.S. Navy’s future fleet should look like. Called Battleforce 2045, it proposed big increases in the number of attack submarines, surface combatants and amphibious warships, combined with an embrace of unmanned vessels aimed at getting the size of the fleet above 500 ships by mid-century.
It could have been the third deadly shooting on a naval base in a six-month span. But thanks to a dozen brave Naval Security Forces personnel, it never got that far.