Flying into a Hurricane Is 'Six Hours of Boredom and Two Hours of Sheer Terror'
A handful of Air Force reservists fly though the wall of a hurricane and into the eye of the storm.
USNS Brunswick Passes Sea Trials
The USNS Brunswick has successfully completed sea trials in the Gulf of Mexico.
WWII Submarine Veterans Pay Heavy Toll
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Navy Commander’s Career in Limbo After Affair
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Signs Designate Camden as Nation's First Coast Guard Community
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Marine Veteran Awarded Quilt of Valor
Kevin Miller knew little about the Quilt of Valor program that was created to help honor veterans until recently.
USS Alaska Earns Fifth Omaha Trophy
An Ohio-class submarine home ported at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay has won the Omaha Trophy.
Submarine Force Now on 24-hour Work Day
For years, sailors serving aboard submarines worked a different work day than the rest of the world.
WWII Submarine Veterans Honored at Kings Bay
The U.S. submarine force sank more than half the Japanese ships lost during the war, including eight aircraft carriers.
New Menu at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay
Quality meals aren't just a luxury for the Navy's submarine force. They're considered a necessity.
Marine Corps Corporal, Navy Police Officer Charged with Battery
A Marine Corps corporal and a Navy military policeman from Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay have been jailed for their alleged...
WWII Sub Veterans on Final Dive
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Enlisted Women Train for Duty on Kings Bay Sub
The USS Florida is currently being renovated to accommodate female enlisted sailors, including berthing and bathroom faciliti...
Environmental Groups Oppose Navy Training Plans
The Humane Society of the United States is joining environmental groups opposing Navy plans to conduct undersea training exer...
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Soldier Accused of Giving Out Bomb-Making Instructions, Talking About Attacks
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Iran Vows to Lead Gulf Security, as US Sends More Troops
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Air Force News
'Col. Ned Stark' Sounds Off on Air Force Promotion System Overhaul
Col. Jason Lamb, took the stage before a packed audience of airmen with Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly.
About 75 People Gather at Area 51 Gate, 1 Person Arrested
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For Air Force Drone Operators, Connection with Unmanned Aircraft Runs Deep
Air Force Col. Stephen Jones admits that having emotional ties to a drone may seem a bit strange to an outsider.
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Former Top Enlisted Marine Warns Leaders to Watch Social Media Misbehavior
Green said leaders must stay plugged into what's happening on social media.
Marine Corps Finds Unprofessional Command Led to Fatal Midair Crash that Killed 6
A report found that inadequate training also contributed to a deadly refueling mission; four leaders were fired.
Coast Guard News
Judge Refuses to Toss Coast Guard Officer's Gun Charges
The ruling paves the way for Christopher Hasson to be tried on all four counts in his indictment.
Coast Guard Offloads 6 Tons of Cocaine, Worth About $435M
Four cutters intercepted a total of eight drug smuggling vessels in the Eastern Pacific Ocean over the past three months
Coast Guard Commander Charged with Importing Narcotics
According to a complaint, James Silcox III received three shipments of Tramadol to post-office boxes over the summer.