Chemicals Contaminate Whidbey Island Storm-Water Runoff from Naval Air Station
Scientists are trying to better define the health risks the chemicals pose and at what levels.
Seattle Will Be Home Port for New Class of Icebreakers
The first of the new class of vessels is projected to be delivered from the VT Halter Marine shipyard in Mississippi by 2024.
Mattis Will Deliver Keynote at Seattle's Vietnam War Memorial Park Dedication
The ceremony is expected to draw several thousand people, including some from Washington's Vietnamese American community.
After Sinking of Destination, Coast Guard Slow-Walks Training for Skippers
Would more training have changed Destination's fate?
'Rampage': A Harrowing Chronicle of World War II's Battle of Manila
James M. Scott tells the story of the 29-day battle in 1945 that marked Gen. Douglas MacArthur's return to the Philippines.
Navy to Pay for Water-Filter System After Chemicals Found in Wells
The Navy will foot the bill for a filter system to protect the water supply from chemicals found in firefighting foam.
Navy Wants to Use More Washington State Parks for Stealth SEAL Training
The Navy wants to step up special-operations training at state parks along Western Washington coastlines.
Commandant Says Coast Guard Modernizing at Fastest Pace in Decades
Traveling to the Pacific Northwest last month, Coast Guard Commandant Paul Zukunft checked out the Bluebell.
Navy Grounds Whidbey Crew After Lewd Skywriting Incident
The Navy has grounded the two-man aircrew and is apologizing for their "irresponsible and immature act."
Photo of Fallen Service Members is One for the History Books
In 2004, Tami Silicio took a photo of a cargo plane with flag-draped coffins of U.S. service members killed in Iraq.
Film Explores Life After Military for Female Vets
"Service: When Women Come Marching Home" examines sexual assaults as part of a broader look at women vets.
Pretrial Hearing Set for Staff. Sgt. Robert Bales
Staff. Sgt. Robert Bales, accused of killing 16 Afghans, will have a pretrial hearing that will span two continents, accordin...
Lewis-McChord Commander Cites Progress After Tour
During his tour in Afghanistan, Lt. Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti encountered some of his toughest challenges earlier this year whe...
Icy Spray, Heavy Pots May Have Doomed Crab Boat, Coast Guard Learns
On Feb. 11, crab-boat skipper Daher Jorge received a Coast Guard radio request to assist a search for a missing vessel.
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The new machine gun has come a long way from the prototype that Sig unveiled at SHOT Show last year.
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The Navy Once Called Him an ‘Unknown Negro Sailor.’ Now It’s Naming a Carrier After Him
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3 Sailors from USS Eisenhower Charged in Connection with Holiday Party Fight
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Air Force News
After Successful Data Transfer Between F-35 and F-22, Air Force Plans New Tests
he U.S. Air Force plans to conduct additional tests at its combatant commands of a sophisticated data-sharing system.
Conservationists Worry that Mountain Home Training Expansion Could Impact Wildlife
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Marine Corps News
Tamara Campbell Won't Stop Advocating for Survivors of Domestic Violence
HuffPost published a story about Campbell as part of a series of stories about domestic violence in the military.
Trijicon’s New Handheld Range-Finder Will Map the Wind for Extreme Accuracy
The Trijicon Ventus is the world's first handheld device with advanced wind mapping and wind detection.
Marine's Moving Truck Gets Stolen with His Father's Ashes Inside
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Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Hunts for Cruise Ship Passenger off Puerto Rico
Coast Guard spokesman Ricardo Castrodad said the incident involved the Oasis of the Seas ship.
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Plotting Attack Asks for Leniency
Hasson, 50, has pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges and is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 31.
Group Has Raised $56 Million for Coast Guard Museum
Construction of the museum has been pushed back due to two other projects scheduled for New London.