The Surface Navy Association is a nonprofit organization that advocates for surface naval forces. Its annual symposium near Washington, D.C., is designed to bring together members of the military, business and academic communities to discuss issues and challenges pertaining to naval surface warfare.
The Navy still doesn't know what to load in the Zumwalt's main weapon though it's only two years from being ready for battle.
In the wake of two deadly ship collisions, sailor fatigue was cited as a contributing factor to crucial errors.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson said unmanned systems may be a key to the Navy’s goal of a 355-ship fleet.
The days of treating amphibious ships like shuttle buses that get Marines to the fight are over.
The commander of Naval Surface Forces believes the Navy can recover from the jarring tragedies of last summer.
Building the fleet from its current 274 ships to 355 would be straightforward, the service's head of acquisition said.
The top officer of the Marines wants to expand the service's cyber community, and he's looking to make the job more appealing...
The commandant remains clear-eyed about what a 300-Marine team of advisers deploying to Helmand province can accomplish.
The first littoral combat ships are set to deploy with mine countermeasures packages by the end of the decade.
Big changes may be on the horizon for the Coast Guard as its leaders look to further develop troops' skill sets and training.
The outgoing secretary of the Navy took the head of the Pentagon's testing and evaluation authority to task Wednesday.
Maintenance backlogs and deferments that sideline operations ships and keep sailors from deploying are creating a crisis.
A vice admiral wants to develop a more lethal fleet to deny the enemy everything -- even the hope of future victory.
The U.S. Navy is investing in advanced, multi-use missiles to give the service an edge in future surface warfare.
Lockheed Martin has a plan to put elements of its missile defense system on a new class of ship.