Seawolf Crew Enjoys Breakthrough Deployment
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Los Angeles-class fast attack submarines are piling up at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.
Navy Blowing up Old Munitions at Jackson Point
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Explosives-handling Wharf Costs $267 Million Less than Expected
The Navy recently returned $267 million it was allocated for an explosive-handling wharf project at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor.
Drones above Bangor has Navy Base Buzzing
Who's flying drones over the Bangor submarine base? The Navy wants to know.
Navy Wants Full Expenses Restored for Workers Away from Home
The Navy seeks to restore full living expenses for shipyard employees who work away from home for months at a time.
Coast Guard Divers Return to Arctic, with Assist from Navy
After 11 years and some big changes, the Coast Guard is diving in the Arctic again, with an assist from the Navy.
Marine Veteran Was More Than a Pearl Harbor Survivor
Maynard Hoffmann is known by many as a Pearl Harbor survivor, but "Rocky" was so much more.
USS John C. Stennis Returns to Sea After Shipyard Stay
USS John C. Stennis departed for sea trials Friday morning after a long maintenance period.
Navy, Olympic National Park Look into Jet Noise
The Navy and National Park Service will continue to cooperate on finding a solution to jet noise over Olympic National Park.
Navy Extends USS Nimitz Stay in Middle East
The Navy informed families Saturday that the USS Nimitz will extend its stay in the Persian Gulf.
Submarine USS Buffalo Arrives in Washington for Decommissioning
The second submarine in a week arrived at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Friday for inactivation and decommissioning.
USS Independence Departure Leaves Big Void
The conventional aircraft carrier era drew closer to a close with the departure of the USS Independence from Naval Base Kitsa...
Navy Pins 1st Nuclear-Qualified Female Submariners
The Navy awarded dolphins to the first three women to qualify in submarines Wednesday, including two from Naval Base Kitsap-B...
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