Russia’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday accused a U.S. guided missile destroyer of coming “dangerously close” to a Russian warship and violating international rules aimed at preventing collisions at sea.
The Marine Corps is eliminating the job title “basic infantryman” along with 18 others and replacing them with terms that are gender neutral.
A pilot with the U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels squadron was killed when his F/A-18 jet crashed Thursday afternoon in Smyrna, Tennessee, the Naval Air Forces confirmed.
The U.S. Marine Corps introduced its new tattoo policy Thursday, maintaining the ban on Marines inking their necks or donning full sleeves.
The U.S. Navy is suffering from an inability to deploy ships to key international conflict zones due to rising maintenance issues on an aging fleet, that is increasingly being sidelined for lengthy repairs, according to military experts and a new government investigation.
The U.S. Navy sailed a warship near a disputed reef in the South China Sea on Tuesday in the latest move to challenge maritime claims made by China and other countries in the region.
The legal arm of the U.S. Navy recently warned personnel against using personal email accounts to conduct official business and to never transmit classified information using non-official accounts.
Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus is under fire for bending service rules in order to name the next Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer after a retired Democratic politician.
Iran intends to celebrate its capture of 10 Americans sailors earlier this year by building a monument.
A Republican lawmaker and former Marine has heard from a number of Navy SEALs reporting a shortage in combat rifles.