Secretary of State John Kerry, who has said he is “ashamed of and hated” his time in the U.S. Navy, will speak at the U.S. Naval Academy on Tuesday on how his Navy career impacted his current approach to foreign affairs.
A U.S. Navy destroyer fired three warning shots at four Iranian fast-attack vessels after they closed in at a high rate of speed near the Strait of Hormuz, two U.S. defense officials told Reuters on Monday.
The U.S. Navy under the Trump administration will have difficulty expanding its fleet of warships to defend U.S. interests due to current defense budget caps.
A group of Chinese warships led by its sole aircraft carrier is testing weapons and equipment in exercises this week in the South China Sea that are going to plan, China’s foreign ministry said Wednesday.
Russia wants to hold maritime drills with the Philippines to help combat terrorism and piracy, sending two warships to Manila for the first official navy-to-navy contact, as President Rodrigo Duterte pivots to the United States’ traditional rivals.
The U.S. Navy has decided to restore sailors’ traditional rating titles after severe public backlash to the service’s new “modernized” rating system.
The U.S. Navy needs a much larger fleet to defend America’s interests while countering China’s growing capabilities and a resurgent Russia, according to a new assessment released by the service.
A Chinese navy ship seized an American unmanned undersea vehicle in international waters in the South China Sea on Thursday, leading U.S. officials to demand its return.
China’s military has carried out its first ever live-fire drills using an aircraft carrier and fighters in the northeastern Bohai Sea close to Korea, state media said.