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Police Say Active Shooter Report at Norfolk Naval Shipyard Was False Alarm
Thousands of workers at Norfolk Naval Shipyard were told to shelter in place for hours Thursday.
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Navy to Limit Sonar, Explosions in More Areas to Protect Endangered Whales
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Navy Hopes 'Hunter Killer' Does for Submariners What 'Top Gun' Did for Aviators
The movie provides a window into what the high-stakes world of undersea warfare looks like in the modern era.
It's Been 18 Years and Families of USS Cole Bombing Victims Still Await Justice
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Dog Named 'Lucky' and Owner Rescued by Coast Guard Helicopter
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Navy, Air Force Team Up to Get to Bottom of Oxygen Deprivation Among Pilots
The Navy and the Air Force are teaming up to get to the root cause of oxygen deprivation among its pilots.
Navy Shifts Recruiting Efforts Online, Uses Sailor in First Reddit 'AMA'
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'Top Gun' Sequel Filming Aboard Aircraft Carrier USS Abraham Lincoln
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