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U.S., International Marines Duke it Out in the California Desert

U.S., International Marines Duke it Out in the California Desert

Dutch Marines patrol through rubble during Marine Air-Ground Task Force Warfighting Exercise (MWX) 1-22 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Oct. 24, 2021. US Marine Corps Photo

Marines of different nations battled it out in the desert, facing off recently in a five-day campaign that pitted technologically-skilled military forces against one another in a test of high-end conflict. Read More

Navy Loses 16th Sailor to COVID-19

Navy Loses 16th Sailor to COVID-19

Electronics Technician 1st Class William Edward Mathews died from COVID-19-related complications on Nov. 24. Photo courtesy of the US Navy

This story has been updated to include additional information about Electronics Technician First Class William Mathews and update the spelling of his name.

A member of the Navy Reserve died from COVID-19 on Nov. 24, the Navy announced Monday. Read More

U.K. Aircraft Carrier, Italian Navy Carrier Cross-Deck F-35Bs in Mediterranean

U.K. Aircraft Carrier, Italian Navy Carrier Cross-Deck F-35Bs in Mediterranean

A U.S Marine Corps, Royal Air Force, Italian Air Force and Italian Navy F-35Bs on the deck of carrier Queen Elizabeth (R08). U.K. Royal Navy Photo

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – The United Kingdom Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08) and Italian carrier ITS Cavour (CVH550) on Monday performed a cross-decking and integration exercise of their embarked F-35B Lightning II Joint Strike Fighters south east of Sicily in the Mediterranean, making Italy the second nation after the United States to operate the aircraft off the U.K. warship. Read More

Next Generation SSN(X) Attack Sub ‘Is Going to Carry a Lot of Torpedoes,’ Says Admiral

Next Generation SSN(X) Attack Sub ‘Is Going to Carry a Lot of Torpedoes,’ Says Admiral

USS Missouri (SSN-780) departs Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled deployment in the 7th Fleet area of responsibility on Sept. 1, 2021. US Navy Photo

ARLINGTON, Va. – The next U.S. nuclear attack submarine must require less maintenance, be fast, quiet and packed with torpedoes, the service’s director of undersea warfare said on Thursday. Read More