Ukrainian forces landed on Crimean shores Thursday, according to local press reports. Read More
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This story has been updated to correct the name of the Crew, Readiness, Endurance and Watchstanding program.
As the Navy and other services turn their attention to the Indo-Pacific as the next potential site of combat, researchers under the Navy Medical Research Center are thinking about blood. Read More
THE PENTAGON – Sgt. Maj. Carlos Ruiz readied himself to join the U.S. Space Force when fate stepped in, as it had so many other times during his career as a Marine. Read More
The Navy will continue uninterrupted despite the lack of a confirmed chief of naval operations, Adm. Lisa Franchetti said in her first message to the fleet since taking over the duties of CNO. Read More
ABOARD FRIGATE USS CONSTITUTION – The oldest warship afloat looked skeletal moored in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston with no sails. Read More
Joint Task Force – Red Hill will begin to repack fuel lines at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility at the end of the month, a step needed before complete defueling can start in October, as long as it gets pending approval. Read More
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – In a ceremony at the Naval Academy’s Memorial Hall, retiring Chief of Naval Operations Adm Mike Gilday was relieved by VCNO Adm. Lisa Franchetti. She will now perform the duties of CNO pending confirmation by the Senate amidst an ongoing block of confirmation for flag and general officers. Read More
Naval and Marine Corps assets are responding to natural disasters in Hawaii and Papua New Guinea, the Pentagon announced Thursday. Read More
Ukraine announced temporary corridors for commercial vessels to depart Black Sea ports despite ongoing threats from Russia.
Future Navajo-class Towing, Salvage and Rescue ship will bear the name USNS Solomon Atkinson (T-ATS-12), in honor of the Alaskan native and Navy SEAL, the Navy announced Monday. Read More