The Pentagon on Friday identified a sailor who was killed by an improvised explosive device blast in Iraq this week.
A U.S. warship sailed close to disputed islands in the South China Sea on Friday, exercising its right to navigate through international waters amid Beijing’s aggressive territorial claims in the region.
The Navy’s guided-missile destroyer USS Sampson will dock next month in New Zealand, marking the first U.S. warship to visit the nation in over three decades.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus on Wednesday defended his decision to prioritize making Navy and Marine Corps job titles gender neutral, saying that the services needed to “quit segregating women.”
A U.S. Navy destroyer was targeted on Wednesday in a failed missile attack from territory in Yemen controlled by Iran-aligned Houthi rebels, the second such incident in the past four days, U.S. officials told Reuters.
The U.S. guided-missile destroyer USS Mason fired missiles to defend against a failed missile attack off the coast of Yemen on Sunday, according to a report.
Russia will create a permanent naval base in Syria to expand its military footprint in its closest Middle East ally, a government official said on Monday, a week after Moscow said it was considering reopening Soviet-era bases in Vietnam and Cuba.
Two missiles were fired at a U.S. Navy destroyer from rebel-held territory in Yemen on Sunday, the Pentagon said Monday, confirming that both strikes missed the vessel and landed in the Red Sea.
The U.S. Navy’s decision to scrap its 240-year-old enlisted ranking system has roiled service members and prompted tens of thousands of dissenters to petition the White House to reverse the change.