There is a reason the Navy and Coast Guard post armed guards on shark watch during swim calls.
Ill crew members were given rapid coronavirus tests and quarantined on board until returning home.
A fire broke out Sunday aboard one of the Coast Guard's newest cutters, resulting in damage to its exhaust stack and hangar.
Fifteen cadets in total -- nine women and six men -- were sent to the ship, which is based in Alameda, Calif.
The fire damaged the icebreaker's starboard propulsion motor, disabling the ship's right shaft and propeller.
U.S. Sen. Jack Reed announced the decision. The 360-foot vessels will be part of the Heritage class, a new design.
The cocaine wound up on the Coast Guard cutter Heriberto Hernandez, which offloaded it in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Coast Guard Cutter Reliance is leaving Portsmouth Naval Shipyard for the last time.
One of the detainees was mildly ill, including fever and a sore throat and was treated onboard.
The cutter has been homeported in Wilmington for more than 25 years. It is moving to Pensacola.
Robert Morris Levy was fired from the Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks in Fayetteville in April 2018.
He was arrested in April 2020. A grand jury indicted him a month later.
A special panel, made up primarily of female soldiers, reviewed recommendations from the field on female soldiers' needs.
Guard members told the outlets they felt betrayed after they were forced to leave the U.S. Capitol during their breaks
Sikorsky and Boeing Co. unveiled the helicopter they're proposing to be the U.S. Army's Future Long Range Assault Aircraft.