He was an American man of many firsts, going beyond the call of what’s expected.
The weapon, now being considered by Navy weapons developers for the emerging USS Zumwalt, will bring new attack options to the stealthy destroyer being prepared for combat as soon as 2021, Capt. Kevin Smith, Zumwalt-class destroyer Program Manager said...
Dr. Jonny Kim, son of poor South Korean immigrants who arrived in Los Angeles in the early 1980s, is the American Dream.
More than a dozen Saudi service members undergoing training at U.S. military facilities are expected to be expelled from the U.S. following an investigation into last month’s deadly shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida, according to repor...
The Navy SEALs who served beside Special Operations Chief Eddie Gallagher described their platoon leader as "toxic," "freaking evil" and a "psychopath," in new video recordings obtained by The New York Times.
Navy football showed up in style ahead of their 15th appearance in the Liberty Bowl next week, touching down in Memphis, Tenn. in a private jet belonging to the New England Patriots.
Navy SEAL Jason Redman's motto is "Lead always and overcome all." Those words became a way of life for the soldier turned author, after he battled back from 37 surgeries and years of recovery, to become one of America's most inspirational figures.
A South Carolina lawmaker has issued an apology after recently drawing backlash for accusing Army and Navy personnel of making a “white power” gesture at the recent Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia.
A Democratic state lawmaker from South Carolina was facing backlash Saturday from critics who accused her of going silent after previously accusing Army and Navy personnel of being "cruel and disrespectful" at last weekend's Army-Navy football game in ...
The dying wish of a Navy veteran to be baptized came true this week thanks to the help of an assisted living facility in South Carolina.
The Defense Department has completed security screenings of all Saudi Arabian students in the U.S. for military training and found no indications of any immediate threats, the Pentagon said Thursday, nearly two weeks after a Saudi student killed three ...
West Point and Annapolis officials are trying to determine the motives of service-academy students who flashed hand signs on national television Saturday that in certain contexts are associated with “white power.”
Dozens of U.S. Navy pilots have written a letter demanding Capitol Hill lawmakers and top military brass allow more pilots to carry arms on bases, and allow those standing watch at flight schools across the country to be armed in the wake of the shooti...
Every December, when Army takes on Navy in one of college football’s best-loved traditions, many supporters of the Air Force team get a little annoyed.
Navy's football team got off to a slow start on Saturday but quickly bounced back to defeat Army by a final score of 31-7, winning the coveted Commander-in-Chief trophy, as President Trump looked on from the stands.
President Trump attended the Army v. Navy football game in Philadelphia for the third time Saturday and told players they can play professional football after graduation under a new waiver for service academy athletes.
The U.S. Navy bestowed posthumous Wings of Gold to the three American sailors gunned down in the shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla., according to reports.
A Naval air station in Texas is on lockdown and a suspect is in custody, officials said Wednesday, this nearly a week after a Saudi national opened fire at a navy base in Florida, killing three and wounding eight more.
A former chief White House physician and one-time troubled nominee to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs is running for a congressional seat in Texas.
EXCLUSIVE: A group of U.S. Navy instructor pilots asked top military brass for permission to arm themselves in the wake of the shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Fla., where a Saudi military pilot gunned down three American sailors and wounded ei...