US Navy

USS Oklahoma Sailor Killed in Pearl Harbor Will Be Interred in Arlington Cemetery

Navy Seaman 1st Class William Bruesewitz, killed at the Pearl Harbor attack, will be interred at Arlington National Cemetery Dec. 7 on the 77th anniversary of the incident. Bruesewitz, 26, of Appleton, Wisconsin, was assigned to the battleship USS Oklahoma (BB 37).

USS Oklahoma Sailor Killed in Pearl Harbor Will Be Interred in Arlington Cemetery 2018-12-07T13:09:01+00:00

New Performance Evaluation Tool Tested by Fleet Sailors

After a major phase of fleet testing Nov. 30, the Navy is making great progress in fielding an enhanced and modern performance evaluation system that emphasizes quality feedback to improve individual and unit performance — what many consider a must in an era of great power competition.

New Performance Evaluation Tool Tested by Fleet Sailors 2018-12-07T13:09:02+00:00

USS Thomas Hudner brought to life in Boston

The Navy commissioned its newest surface combatant, USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116), Dec. 1 during a ceremony in Boston. Commanded by Cmdr. Nathan Scherry, it is the 66th Arleigh Burke—class destroyer, and the 36th DDG 51 class destroyer.

USS Thomas Hudner brought to life in Boston 2018-12-04T13:09:31+00:00

Bush’s Legacy Includes Decisive Military Action

His background was a little different than most who join the military at the age of 18, but his warmth, love of country and drive to serve made him a leader respected up and down his chains of command.

Bush’s Legacy Includes Decisive Military Action 2018-12-02T13:09:03+00:00

U.S. Navy Statement on Death of Vice Adm. Scott A. Stearney

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson released a statement Dec. 1, 2018, on the death of Vice Adm. Scott A. Stearney who served as commander of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command / U.S. 5th Fleet.

U.S. Navy Statement on Death of Vice Adm. Scott A. Stearney 2018-12-02T13:09:04+00:00

Sustainment Data Challenge: Crowd—sourcing analytic solutions for readiness

The Navy is launching its first Navy—wide Sustainment Data Challenge and is seeking Navy workforce volunteers to form a challenge team that will develop solutions impacting the future of Navy readiness. The application period is open through Jan. 8, 2019.

Sustainment Data Challenge: Crowd—sourcing analytic solutions for readiness 2018-11-30T13:08:35+00:00