Naval Academy Professor Returns, But Not to Class
As a civilian tenured English professor, Fleming believes he has made important contributions to the U.S. Naval Academy.
Naval Academy Appealing Reinstatement of Fired Professor
Bruce Fleming was fired last year after the academy alleged "conduct unbecoming a federal employee" in the classroom.
Federal Board Reinstates Naval Academy Professor
The U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board ordered the reinstatement of Bruce Fleming with back pay within 20 days.
Naval Academy's Cybersecurity Program Receives Accreditation
The U.S. Naval Academy's cyber operations program has been formally accredited.
Naval Academy Lets Female Midshipmen Wear Ponytails
The U.S. Naval Academy is allowing female midshipmen to wear ponytails and other longer hairstyles.
Naval Academy Charges Midshipman in Drug Investigation
The U.S. Naval Academy announced it is bringing charges against a midshipman who allegedly distributed illegal drugs.
Naval Academy Sees Big Boost in Cybersecurity Majors
A U.S. senator said that midshipmen could be useful in working on cyber challenges before they graduate.
Naval Academy Head Says Court-Martial Possible in Drug Case
A drug investigation at the U.S. Naval Academy could result in a court-martial of a midshipman, the superintendent said.
Navy Rediscovers Captured Flags Hidden for Nearly 100 Years
The 46 flags had been put on display in 1913. But seven years later, they were covered up by flags from the War of 1812.
Defense Secretary: Navy's Reynolds, Swain Can Play in NFL
Defense Secretary Carter says former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds and fullback Chris Swain can defer their military servi...
Navy Preparing to Open SEAL Screening Process to Women
The U.S. Naval Academy is preparing to open its screening process for Navy SEAL training next year to women who are juniors a...
Biden Urges Navy Students to Lead Fight against Sex Assault
Vice President Joe Biden is urging students at the U.S. Naval Academy to be leaders in the fight against sexual assault.
Naval Academy Professor Sues Navy Over Free Speech
A civilian professor at the U.S. Naval Academy is suing the Navy, accusing it of violating his First Amendment right to free...
USNA Chief Says No Double Standard for Athletes
The new superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy said he does not now believe there is "a cultural issue" in Navy sports.
Calls for Accountability Surround Navy Sex Case
Some say the training ground for future military leaders is a good starting point to tackle the problem of sexual assault.
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