Former Naval Academy Football Player Among 2 Killed In Jet CrashThe Pentagon acknowledged Thursday that budget shortfalls have eroded military capabilities, including training and flight hours, but stopped short of blaming those cutbacks for the crash of a U.S. Navy fighter jet that killed both crew members.
5 Midshipmen At Naval Academy Accused Of Drug Use; 4 Others Face Discipline For Failing To Report ItAfter a months-long probe into alleged drug use by U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen, some answers are now coming to light.
Authorities Investigate Report Of Drug Use At Naval AcademyAuthorities have launched an investigation into a report of illegal drug use at the U.S. Naval Academy.
The Giving Tree Is Back To Spread Holiday Cheer For Children In NeedThere's no shortage of Christmas cheer at the United States Naval Academy this holiday season.
Single-Vehicle Crash At Naval Academy Leaves 1 Dead, Several Cars DamagedOne man has been pronounced dead after the Naval Academy Fire and Police Departments responded to a single vehicle accident Thursday where the driver crashed into multiple cars in a parking lot at the Naval base.
Sen. McCain, Former Navy Pilot, To Speak At Naval AcademySen. John McCain is returning to his alma mater to address the Brigade of Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy on leadership and service to the nation.
Naval Academy Students Finish Plebe Summer, See Families For First Time In 7 WeeksNaval Academy students, about 1,200 of them, reached a major milestone in their military careers today: Completing their first summer of training.
Naval Academy Class Of 2021 Arrives For Induction DayThe Class of 2021 is arriving at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Naval Academy Historian Says Goodbye After 50 YearsIn the 50 years Jim Cheevers has worked at the museum, he's been a reliable resource to alumni.
Blue Angels Give Fast Flying Excitement For Naval GraduationThe Blue Angles gave crowds a pre-show to their performance set for Wednesday.
Tradition Continued: Herndon Monument Climb For Class Of 2020A continued tradition at the U.S. Naval Academy as the plebes, or freshmen, climb the Herndon Monument to officially become midshipmen.
U.S. Military Sex Assault Reports RisingReports of sexual assaults in the military has more than doubled since 2012, but survivors say more needs to be done to protect the victims and end a toxic culture that goes beyond the military.

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