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Video: Destroyer Barry Towed From Washington Navy Yard

Video: Destroyer Barry Towed From Washington Navy Yard

The following is a U.S. Navy video of Display Ship Barry being towed from its pier-side spot at Washington Navy Yard on May 7, 2016. The ship will be towed to the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility in Philadelphia, Pa. ahead of dismantling. Read More

Display Ship Barry Prepped For Towing, Dismantling

Display Ship Barry Prepped For Towing, Dismantling

U.S. Navy's Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV) is supporting ship preparations and towing of the Display Ship Barry (DD 933) from Pier 2 at the Washington Navy Yard. US Navy Photo

U.S. Navy’s Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV) is supporting ship preparations and towing of the Display Ship Barry (DD 933) from Pier 2 at the Washington Navy Yard. US Navy Photo

The Navy is preparing to remove a display ship from the Washington Navy Yard on Saturday that has been pier-side for more than 30 years with no plans for a replacement, NAVSEA officials told USNI News on Friday. Read More

UPDATED: Authorities Give All Clear at Navy Yard, 'All Personnel OK'

UPDATED: Authorities Give All Clear at Navy Yard, ‘All Personnel OK’

A view from a Navy Yard building on July 2, 2015 taken by Jolene Milot via Instagram

A view from a Navy Yard building on July 2, 2015 taken by Jolene Milot via Instagram

This breaking news post will be updated as new information becomes available.

There is no evidence there were shots fired at the Washington Navy Yard, and the FBI, the Washington Metropolitan Police Department and the Navy have given the all clear for the facility, according to the service. Read More

Washington Navy Yard to Dismantle Display Ship Barry By Next Summer, No Plans for Replacement

Washington Navy Yard to Dismantle Display Ship Barry By Next Summer, No Plans for Replacement

 The Pride of Baltimore II hosts visitors while at anchor next to Washington Navy Yard's display ship Barry on Washington D.C.'s Anacostia Riverwalk Trail. US Navy Photo

The Pride of Baltimore II hosts visitors while at anchor next to Washington Navy Yard’s display ship Barry on Washington D.C.’s Anacostia Riverwalk Trail. US Navy Photo

This story has been updated to include new information from the Naval Support Activity Washington regarding the status of the display ship Barry in its pier and its ability to be towed away.

The Navy will remove the display ship Barry from Washington Navy Yard by next summer to avoid the ship becoming landlocked, and for now there are no plans to replace the decommissioned destroyer with another platform to draw visitors, the commanding officer of Naval Support Activity Washington told USNI News. Read More

Document: Washington Navy Yard Shooting Investigation

Document: Washington Navy Yard Shooting Investigation

 Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Metropolitan Police collect evidence at Building 197 on Sept. 18, 2013. US Navy Photo

Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Metropolitan Police collect evidence at Building 197 on Sept. 18, 2013. US Navy Photo

The following is the Nov. 8, 2013 Judge Advocate General investigation into the Sept. 16, 2013 shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, released on March 18, 2014.

At 0744 on the morning of September 16, 2013, Aaron Alexis, an employee of The Experts, Inc., drove through the 6th Street Gate onto the Washington Navy Yard (WNY). He used his valid Common Access Card to gain access to the base. He parked in Building 28, a garage across the street from Building 197, the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Headquarters. Read More

NAVSEA Commander: FBI Search for a Second Navy Yard Shooter Left Scene ‘In Pretty Bad Shape’

NAVSEA Commander: FBI Search for a Second Navy Yard Shooter Left Scene ‘In Pretty Bad Shape’

FBI collects evidence at Building 197 on board the Washington Navy Yard. US Navy Photo

FBI collects evidence at Building 197 on board the Washington Navy Yard. US Navy Photo

The FBI’s search for a suspected second shooter during the Sept. 16 lockdown at the Washington, D.C. Navy Yard created extensive interior damage during the six hours before the law enforcement agency determined suspected shooter Aaron Alexis acted alone, said Naval Sea Systems commander Vice Adm. William Hilarides said at the Naval Submarine League Symposium in Falls Church, Va. on Thursday. Read More