President-elect Donald Trump said Thursday he has chosen retired Marine Gen. James N. Mattis to be the next secretary of defense.
An American sailor has tapped a cloud-based technology for mobile phones to make it easier to have volunteers take turns driving drunk friends home, an initiative that has curtailed drunken driving among the Navy ranks.
The Defense Department could dangle a much larger cash carrot before its employees to induce them to resign or retire, under a budget bill up for Senate voting this week.
Obama officials interpreted three episodes involving fighter jets in the last month as a warning to stay out of the Baltics, but said that would not happen.
An appeals court has cleared the way for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s legal case to resume, rejecting prosecutors’ arguments that defense attorneys were given too much leeway on accessing classified documents.
Brunswick is abuzz with excitement as city crews spruce up the area in preparation for the arrival of the USNS Brunswick, a new U.S. Navy vessel named after the port city.
The Navy is moving forward with plans to build a destroyer with the capability of shooting down ballistic missiles and air-based threats at the same time.
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Lin faces charges of espionage, attempted espionage and patronizing a prostitute in a rare spying case involving an active-duty member of the Navy.