A retired Navy commander says that if the Obama administration’s plan to bring Guantanamo inmates to the U.S. succeeds, “activist” judges could set those prisoners free on American streets.
A Navy officer and one of the Marines killed in the attacks on two military facilities in Chattanooga last week may have fired their personal firearms in hopes of disabling the shooter.
Peyton Manning visited military personnel and police officers at one of the sites of the Chattanooga, Tennessee, terror attack last week.
Sailors are blaming First Lady Michelle Obama after a report revealed that the Navy is preparing a full ban on fried food.
The Russian Navy is investing in two new submarines, one of which is being described by the head of Russia’s state-owned shipbuilding corporation as a “carrier killer,” according to the independent Moscow Times.
The US Navy is developing a submarine-hunting drone ship that will target the next generation of nearly silent enemy diesel submarines, Business Insider reported Tuesday.
U.S. Marines might be forced to use foreign vessels to travel to global hot spots amid reports that budget cuts have left the Navy without enough ships to transport them.
The Marine Corps is looking at putting Marines and helicopters on the ships of foreign allies because the U.S. Navy can’t provide enough amphibious support for the Corps’ missions, a Marine general tells USA Today.
A Russian fighter jet conducted a dangerous aerial intercept of a U.S. reconnaissance aircraft two weeks ago over the Black Sea, not the Baltic Sea as originally reported, in the latest sign of heightened military tensions between Moscow and Washington.