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BETHESDA, Md. — Billy Hurley III held the club in his left hand and fist pumped with his right. The ball disappeared into the hole in front of him as the crowd roared, and Hurley let loose the emotion he'd been holding in. "That's probably like the most emotion I've ever shown in my life," Hurley said. An hour later, not far from his Annapolis... more
BOSTON — The USS Constitution Museum is planning to celebrate its 40th anniversary, just in time for the Fourth of July holiday. The celebration, called "A 40 Year Journey," is scheduled for Thursday in the Navy Yard of Boston's Charlestown neighborhood. Festivities will include a ribbon-cutting for "Forest to Frigate," the museum's new, inter... more
Alexandra Marberry should have gone to flight school in October, but the 2015 Naval Academy graduate never made it to Pensacola, Florida. Instead, the 23-year-old aspiring aviator works as an administrative assistant in a windlowless office at the academy -- in a male uniform. Marberry is transgender. Her gender identity is different from the ... more
PENSACOLA, Fla. — Navy officials say its Blue Angels will resume performances a month after one of their pilots was killed in a crash while practicing for an air show. In a statement Saturday, Cmdr. Ryan Bernacchi said the elite flight demonstration squadron was grateful for its fans' patience as it "navigated through this very difficult loss o... more
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — America's Atlas rockets are flying again, successfully launching a communications satellite for the Navy. The unmanned Atlas V rocket blasted into a brilliantly clear sky Friday morning. It was the first Atlas flight by rocket maker United Launch Alliance since March, when a fuel-valve problem popped up on a space station... more