Electric Boat, Navy Agree to a Minimum of 9 Submarines over Next 5 Years
The deal is expected to yield $1.8 billion in savings, a Pentagon official said.
Coast Guard Academy's Class of 1976 Celebrate One of Their Own
Paul Langlois doesn't know how he's still alive.
New Coast Guard Academy Superintendent Says His Job Is To 'Seek Out the Blind Spots'
Rear Adm. Bill Kelly, a 1987 academy graduate, has described his return to the academy as a homecoming.
As Part of Concussion Study, Coast Guard Academy Preps to Track Cadets
The study has collected data on about 40,000 student-athletes and cadets from 30 colleges and military service academies.
Coast Guard Academy Medical Staff Bring Bacterial Outbreak Under Control
A system was devised to deliver meals and administer medication to the sickest swabs in a separate wing in the barracks.
Coast Guard Academy Professors Help in Battle Against Drugs
Two professors at the Coast Guard Academy played a pivotal role in a federal drug trafficking case out of Florida.
Construction of Coast Guard Museum to Start in Early 2020
The final design features an 80,000-square-foot, five-story, interactive museum.
Coast Guard Academy Whistleblower Speaks Up on Discrimination, Retaliation
Coast Guard Lt. Cmdr. Kimberly Young-McLear spent years reporting bullying and harassing behaviors by her superiors.
Retired Submariner Files Lawsuit Seeking Records on USS Thresher Sinking
A retired submariner has filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Navy.
Coast Guard Cadets to Spend Summer in Africa
Four rising seniors at the Coast Guard Academy will spend most of their summer on the Northwest coast of Africa.
Departing Coast Guard Station New London Commander Recognized for Dedication
Lt. Nina McDonald relinquished command of Coast Guard Station New London to Lt. Robert Garris in a ceremony Wednesday.
Coast Guard Graduates Put Careers on Hold for Chance to Compete in Olympics
Two recent graduates of the Coast Guard Academy are putting their military careers on hold.
Coast Guard Research and Development Center Technical Director Retires
Tim Girton is retiring after two decades at the center, the last 12 of which he's spent as technical director.
Graduating Coast Guard Academy Cadets' Leadership Led to Changes Big and Small
The Class of 2019 graduates from the academy Wednesday. National Security Adviser John Bolton is the keynote speaker.
Congressman Seeks Gender Diversity Reports from Coast Guard
The Coast Guard hired the RAND Corp. last year to look at barriers to women staying in the service.
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Disabled veterans and Purple Heart recipients won't see on-base access for commissaries and exchange stores any time soon.
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An official says the Army and local law enforcement are providing security as he testifies during the impeachment hearing.
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Navy Recruits Are Now Using Their Fingerprints to Sign Enlistment Documents
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Navy leaders have acknowledged several missteps that led to the fatal accident.
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Air Force News
Air Force Leader Who Wrote Essay About Respecting Subordinates Fired for Disrespecting Subordinates
The command chief of the 20th Fighter Wing at Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, was removed from his position last month.
The Air Force Could Retire These 8 Fighter Planes and Bombers
Some think that getting rid of the old stuff to make room for the new makes sense.
Airman of the Year Earns Silver Star for Heroism in Afghan Firefights
One firefight went on for nearly 10 hours.
Marine Corps News
On Eve of Funeral, Marine's Widow Remains in Limbo
As a last-ditch measure, a law firm now plans to send a cease-and-desist letter on her behalf to the funeral home.
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Michael Alexander Brown is wanted for questioning in the murder of his mother's boyfriend.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Seizes Shocking $69 Million Worth of Cocaine from Drug-Running Sub
Video shows the crew of the Cutter Harriet Lane removing 5,000 pounds of cocaine from the semi-submersible vessel.
Coast Guard to Reconsider Vessel Safety Improvements That It Had Rejected
A service leader said it will reconsider the measures in the aftermath of a fire that killed 34 people on a dive boat.
NTSB: Coast Guard Ignored Duck Boat Safety Proposals
Investigators say the changes might have prevented last year's Missouri accident, which killed 17 people.