Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly will name a future Gerald R. Ford—class aircraft carrier in honor of World War II hero Ship's Cook Third Class Doris Miller during a ceremony in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Jan. 20.
The Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group (TRCSG) departed San Diego for a scheduled Indo—Pacific deployment, Jan. 17.
Curriculum changes at Recruit Training Command (RTC) will provide boot camp graduates with more college credits and potentially save the Navy millions in tuition costs.
Culminating over three years of negotiation, Department of the Navy leaders today signed an agreement to establish a disciplined process for the Commander, Joint Region Marianas (CJRM) to have the authority to implement prudent explosive safety principles on Guam. The agreement will ...
The aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) departed its homeport of Norfolk, Jan. 16 to begin Aircraft Compatibility Testing (ACT) off the East Coast as the first aircraft, an E—2D landed, on board.
Improving readiness, maintaining the fleet and building the surface fleet of the future were topics Navy leaders and others discussed at the Surface Navy Association's National Symposium Jan. 16.
Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas B. Modly made his inaugural visit to Singapore Jan. 14—15 to reaffirm the U.S. Navy's strong partnership and ties with the Republic of Singapore Armed Forces.
Leaders from across the Navy, business and academia continued to discuss the future of naval surface warfare at the 32nd Annual Surface Navy Association Symposium in Arlington, Virginia, Jan. 15.
Vice Adm. Richard Brown, Commander, Naval Surface Forces, explained his strategy for the future of the Navy's surface fight at the 32nd Annual Surface Navy Association (SNA) Symposium Jan. 14.
The U.S. Navy announced on Jan. 13, 2020 that AgustaWestland Philadelphia Corporation (Leonardo) was awarded a contract for $176.5M for the production of 32 TH—73A helicopters in support of the Advanced Helicopter Training System (AHTS) program.