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  • Navy Christens USNS Charles Drew

    The US Navy officially launched the USNS Charles Drew with a ceremonial crack of a champagne bottle smashing on the hull Sunday. read full article ...
  • Looking for lessons in Haiti's epic tragedy

    In this Jan. 8, 2005 file photo, U.S. Navy AW2 Maxwell Bjeule tries to restrain a surging crowd of survivors as they struggle to get food and other supplies being unloaded from a US Navy Sea Hawk helicopter during its continuing sortie to the tsunami-stri...
  • Medical checkup: 48-year-old Obama 'fit for duty'

    President Barack Obama is in "excellent health" and "fit for duty," the White House physician said Sunday after the 48-year-old commander in chief's first checkup since he took office. read full article ...
  • Navy Cancels Tsunami Warning in Hawaii

    The commander ofA Navy Region Hawaii and Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific ordered the return of Pearl Harbor-based ships that sortied today. read full article ...
  • US military weighs role in battered Haiti

    U.S. military officials are deliberating how long American troops should stay in Haiti to tend to its earthquake-battered population, knowing that work remains but reluctant to take on much of the rebuilding that could commit the force to the region for y...
  • Chile quake similar to 2004 Indian Ocean temblor

    An aerial shot taken from a US Navy Seahawk helicopter from carrier USS Abraham Lincoln shows devastation caused by the Indian Ocean tsunami to the west of Aceh on January 8, 2005 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. read full article ...
  • Obama say US 'will be there' if Chile asks for help,...

    The U.S. "will be there" if Chile asks for rescue and recovery help after a powerful earthquake struck the South American nation, President Barack Obama said Saturday. read full article ...
  • Tsunami warning issued for Hawaii

    Dean Collins, of Anderson, S.C., ties down his luggage on the roof of a sport-utility vehicle in front of a hotel early Saturday morning, Feb. read full article ...
  • Fire on INS Sindhurakshak due to blast in battery

    The fire mishap on INS Sindhurakshak in Visakhapatnam that left a sailor dead and two others injured was caused by an explosion in its battery compartment, Navy officials said here on Saturday. read full article ...
  • Kids Found With Americans In Haiti Arrive In U.S.

    Share + Feb 24, 2010 6:05 pm US/Eastern PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti 1 of 1 A pilot aboard an American Airlines flight from Miami waves a Haitian flag from the cockpit of his plane as it arrives on Feb. read full article ...
  • NAS Commanding Officer Removed For Inappropriate Conduct

    Naval officials have temporarily removed the commanding officer of Naval Air Station Pensacola from his position pending results of an inquiry into inappropriate conduct. read full article ...
  • SeaWorld says Shamu Believe show will resume Saturday

    Jim Atzhison, President and CEO Seaworld Parks & Entertainment conducts a press conference Friday, Feb. read full article ...
  • Aftershocks give US sailors bumpy ride

    If you think that earthquakes can't be felt at sea, U.S. sailors will tell you their ships have had a bumpy ride off Haiti as aftershocks jolted the country following the Jan. read full article ...
  • Webb says carrier move not a done deal

    At a hearing with the Navy's top brass, U.S. Sen. Jim Webb expressed his misgivings about the possible loss of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier from Virginia waters. read full article ...
  • NASSCO Delivers USNS Matthew Perry

    General Dynamics NASSCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics , delivered USNS Matthew Perry to the U.S. Navy. read full article ...
  • Navy plans Asia-Pacific humanitarian mission

    The Navy plans to send doctors and engineers to six Asia-Pacific nations this year as part of its annual humanitarian aid program. read full article ...
  • Concord approves plan for shuttered naval station

    CONCORD, Calif. a " Concord city officials have approved a plan for new housing, parks and open space on a 5,000-acre shuttered naval weapons station.The plan would create more than 12,000 housing units, hundreds of acres of parks and leave more than 2,00...
  • Haiti port capacity boosted, repairs advancing

    This US Navy handout photo shows a Haitian boy watching as US Sailors in rigid-hull inflatable boats from the amphibious dock landing ships USS Fort McHenry and USS Carter Hall arrive at the New Hope Mission in Bonel, Haiti, on January 19, 2010. re...
  • Top Marine softens stance on don't ask, don't tell'

    The commandant of the Marine Corps, who previously had publicly opposed lifting the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the military, on Wednesday softened his position by endorsing a Pentagon study of the issue. read full article ...
  • Judge: Lejeune ex-resident can move ahead with injury claim

    For what appears to be the first time, a former resident of Camp Lejeune, N.C., has been permitted to move ahead with a claim against the Marine Corps for years of water contamination that she says led to the development of her non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. ...

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