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China Denounces 'Relevant Countries' after US Carrier Deployment
China denounced "relevant countries" for threatening security in the S. China Sea following the deployment of the USS Carl Vi...
USS Ronald Reagan Patrol Delayed by Repair Issue
The USS Ronald Reagan's departure has been delayed due to an unspecified issue aboard the aircraft carrier, Navy officials sa...
Chinese Spy Ship Spotted in Japanese Waters
A Chinese intelligence ship entered Japanese territorial waters Wednesday morning, one day after the U.S. Navy's Pacific Flee...
Dual-Military Families, Junior Enlisted Find Sponsorship Inequality
Dual military couples and married, junior service members based overseas say they face obstacles to normal family life that d...
Ex-USS Germantown Master Chief Found Guilty of Sexual Harassment
The former top enlisted sailor aboard the USS Germantown was found guilty Wednesday at a court-martial of violating a general...
Amphibious Group to Begin Move to Florida in 2013
An amphibious ready group will move its homeport from Virginia to North Florida beginning in late 2013, a move that comes mon...
US Carrier Group Will Arrive Near Korean Peninsula Within Days
The announcement comes following confusion over the strike group's whereabouts.
Navy Lifts Off-Base Ban for Sailors in Japan; Alcohol Still Forbidden
The ban on nonessential off-base activities is being replaced by a requirement for sailors to file off-base daily activity pl...
USS Ashland Departs Saipan, Ending Typhoon Relief Efforts
The USS Ashland left Saipan, ending weeks of relief assistance to the U.S. territory following a strike by Typhoon Soudelor e...
CMC Pleads Guilty to Prostitute Procurement Conspiracy
The former command master chief of the USS Germantown admitted Wednesday at a court-martial that he oversaw a prostitution re...
Savings From 2013 Furloughs Might Not Be Accurate
The DoD did not calculate an accurate cost savings during its furlough of more than 600,000 civilian employees last year, say...
DODEA Schools to Stay Open in Case of Shut Down
Department of Defense Education Activity schools will continue their normal schedules in the event of a federal government sh...
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