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Upcoming Tricare Change Could Hurt Families
by Amy Bushatz
New rules passed by Congress in 2016 require families to go through an "open enrollment" period each year for Tricare Standard.
Trump Welcomes New High-Tech Warship to Navy
Agence France Presse
by Jim Watson
The USS Gerald Ford will lend its name to a new class of warship, designed to replace Nimitz-class aircraft carriers.
Navy Has First Female Applicants for SEAL Officer, Special Boat Units
by Hope Hodge Seck
Two women were in boot camp as candidates for the Navy's all-enlisted Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman program.
Investigation Faults Navy in Fitzgerald Collision: Report
by Hope Hodge Seck
The report, which cited two unnamed Navy officials, said investigators have found the crew committed "multiple errors,"
The Navy’s Railgun Will Get Faster, More Powerful This Summer
Developers work to increase the number of shots the railgun can fire per minute and the power behind the system.
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
Federal Grand Jury Indicts US Soldier on Terrorism Charges
by Caleb Jones
The FBI reported that Ikaika Kang wanted to commit a mass shooting after pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group.
US Official: ISIS Putting up Stiff Resistance in Syria's Raqqa
by Sarah El Deeb
Advances against the Islamic State group in its stronghold in the Syrian city of Raqqa have slowed down.
Turkey Denies Role in Map Showing US Military Posts in Syria
The U.S. raised concerns with Ankara after a news agency published a map showing locations where it says U.S. troops are located.
Iraqi Officer Seeks Vengeance in Mosul, Where Killings Mount
by Susannah George
The thirst for vengeance in the wake of military victories is fueling extrajudicial killings of suspected IS members.
US-Backed Forces Battle ISIS in Heart of Syria's Raqqa
The Canadian Press
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters fought Islamic State militants in the heart of Raqqa, the extremists' self-styled capital, on Monday.