COVID-19 research in the military is going to the dogs. COVID-19 detecting dogs, to be specific. Read More
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The Pentagon has no ready answers on how the Department of Defense would implement pending legislation that would allow service members to refuse the COVID-19 vaccine without facing separation, officials said this week. Read More
A translator is necessary when it comes to medical interoperability between the United States and its allies, the commanding officer of a Navy medical unit told USNI News. Read More
The Navy is lowering its admittance requirements for one of the required entrance exams as part of the service’s latest changes to widen the recruiting pool for sailors.
The Navy appointed an Army two-star general to oversee the investigation into another spill at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility, which comes nearly a year after a fuel spill contaminated the water supply and forced the eventual closure of the space. Read More
There are 18 new American citizens Friday, after the Marine Corps held a naturalization ceremony aboard former battleship USS North Carolina. Read More
This story has been updated to correct the name of Shannon Razsadin’s organization.
When it comes to military recruiting, economist Beth Asch is an optimist. Asch has been studying military recruiting for almost 40 years, during which she has seen good recruiting years and bad ones. Read More
The crew of USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) extinguished a fire that broke out Tuesday, U.S. 3rd Fleet announced Wednesday. Read More
This story has been updated to correct that the screening board creates the list of eligible E-8 sailors.
Senior enlisted sailors will now advance to new positions through a billet-based promotion system, the Navy announced Tuesday. Read More
Guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold (DDG-65) conducted a previously unannounced Taiwan Strait transit earlier this month, Adm. Samuel Paparo, commander of U.S. Pacific Fleet, told reporters on Friday. Read More