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  • Contractor to plead guilty in kickback scheme

    PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Navy contractor charged in a multimillion-dollar kickback and bribery scheme is set to plead guilty to bribing a public official. read full article ...
  • Pakistani protest keeps NATO trucks at bay

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Pakistanis sang, danced and shouted for an end to U.S. missile strikes Sunday, the second day of protest along a major road that has halted supply trucks heading to U.S. and NATO troops fighting across the border in Afghanistan....
  • N.Korea issues threat on eve of anniversary

    SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea has again threatened to destroy the United States and South Korea. The communist North issued its latest war rhetoric on the eve of its army’s anniversary. read full article ...
  • U.K. posts sensitive details about U.S. subs

    The leakage of a few closely held facts about America’s silent service comes from an unlikely source: its closest ally. read full article ...
  • Amphib Ponce CO, XO fired in the Mediterranean

    The commanding officer and executive officer of a Norfolk, Va.-based amphibious ship were fired Saturday while the ship was on deployment in the Mediterranean, according to an announcement posted on the Navy’s website. read full article ...
  • WWII vet shares stories after years of silence

    HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Warren Schmitt barely escaped death in World War II. read full article ...
  • NATO helicopter crashes in Afghanistan, 1 dead

    KABUL, Afghanistan — A helicopter from the NATO-led coalition crashed Saturday in a mountainous area of eastern Afghanistan where fighting has intensified, killing one foreign service member, NATO said. read full article ...
  • Pakistan general counters U.S. criticism

    ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s army has broken the “backbone” of Islamist militants in the country, the army chief said Saturday in an apparent rebuttal to rising American criticism over the country’s campaign against extremism. ...
  • Crews swap hulls after Japan disaster delay

    SAN DIEGO — The devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan had the ripple effect of delaying the Navy’s long-planned “hull swap” between two dock landing ships in the forward-deployed naval forces. read fu...
  • Beaman takes command of 3rd Fleet

    SAN DIEGO — The Navy’s top West Coast command changed hands Thursday when Vice Adm. Gerald R. Beaman took the helm of U.S. 3rd Fleet. read full article ...
  • Minneapolis VA stops accepting quilt donations

    MINNEAPOLIS — The Minneapolis VA has stopped accepting quilts volunteers have been making for wounded soldiers and other veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. read full article ...
  • Alleged mastermind of Cole bombing charged

    WASHINGTON — Military prosecutors have re-filed terrorism and murder charges against the alleged mastermind of the 2000 bombing of the destroyer Cole. It will be the first case to move forward since President Barack Obama ordered military trials to ...
  • Deadline for stop-loss payments extended again

    Congress has again extended the deadline for former troops seeking retroactive stop-loss payments. read full article ...
  • Navy IDs carrier Enterprise sailor found dead

    The Navy has identified a sailor found dead Tuesday on the aircraft carrier Enterprise. read full article ...
  • U.S. to give Libyan rebels nonlethal aid

    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration plans to give the Libyan opposition $25 million in nonlethal assistance in the first direct U.S. aid to the rebels after weeks of assessing their capabilities and intentions, officials said Wednesday. rea...
  • Naval Station Rota CO fired amid NCIS probe

    The commander of Naval Station Rota was fired Monday amid an ongoing criminal investigation on his base, a Navy spokesman said Tuesday. read full article ...
  • Carrier George Washington returns to Yokosuka

    The aircraft carrier George Washington returned its homeport of Yokosuka Wednesday after spending time off the coast of Japan, avoiding radiation from the nuclear power plant disaster in Fukushima. read full article ...
  • Destroyer Radford to become reef off Md. coast

    OCEAN CITY, Md. — A former Navy destroyer will soon be sunk off the Maryland coast to serve as a fish-attracting artificial reef. read full article ...
  • Sailor before Va. top court in 1995 killing

    RICHMOND, Va. — A former Navy SEAL trainee convicted of abducting and murdering a woman he met at a Virginia Beach nightclub in 1995 should be exonerated based on another man’s confession, a lawyer told the Virginia Supreme Court on Monday. ...
  • Army, Navy add citizenship option to boot camp

    FORT JACKSON, S.C. — Military service has long been one route to U.S. citizenship. Now the Army and Navy, in need of specialists and language skills in wartime, are speeding things up by allowing recruits to wrap up the process while they’re s...

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