Articles Tagged 'NAVY'
Entire Thai soccer team, coach freed from cave after daring rescue, Navy says
The dramatic three-day rescue of a Thai youth soccer team that had been stuck in a flooded cave came to an end Tuesday when the… READ MORE
Syria strikes: International community reacts to US bombing of airfield
President Trump’s swift and telegraphed action to punish Syria for a suspected chemical weapons attack earlier this week, by pummeling a key air base with… READ MORE
China agrees to return captured Navy drone to U.S.
Washington and Beijing have agreed to terms to return a Navy drone captured in the disputed waters of the South China Sea to the U.S.,… READ MORE
Army Catches Trump’s Contagious Winning
BALTIMORE — Donald Trump was greeted with cheers on his arrival at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday, basking in one of the nation’s most… READ MORE
Navy Requires All Sailors to Undergo Transgender Education by July 2017
An all-Navy message sent out Tuesday says that all sailors will be required to undergo transgender behavioral education by July 2017.
Starting Nov. 1, the… READ MORE
Ray Mabus bypasses war heroes, names Navy ship for gay rights icon Harvey Milk
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has riled conservatives by once again naming a warship after a liberal activist, in this case slain gay rights icon Harvey… READ MORE
Navy commander surrendered to Iran to protect Obama’s nuclear deal
The Navy commander in charge of a pair of patrol boats captured by Iranian forces in January opted to surrender rather than fight back, citing… READ MORE
BREAKING NEWS: 4 victims killed, 8 injured in a shooting at Washington Navy Yard; at least 2 shooters ‘down’
A Navy spokesman says four have been killed, eight wounded in shooting at the Washington Navy Yard.
Capt. Ed Buclatin, a spokesman at Naval Installations… READ MORE
Republicans critical of Navy’s ‘Great Green Fleet’, $26 a gallon fuel
The Navy is steaming ahead with an initiative to power ships with biofuel, despite criticism the so-called â€œgreen fuelâ€ costs nearly seven times more than conventional fuel.
This month marks the first time the Navy is using biofuel in an operational setting — sending five ships to a multi-nation exercise off the coast of Hawaii.
A Navy official… READ MORE
Navy Chaplains to Officiate Gay Marriages
byÂ Justin Fishel, FoxNews
The Navy will allow its chaplains to officiate same-sex marriages once the military’s ban on gay marriage is officially lifted this summer, according to a new memo written by Navy’s head chaplain, Rear Admiral Mark Tidd.
The memo’s guidance, which serves to train chaplains on a number new procedures to be instituted along with the repeal… READ MORE