Sailors in the US Navy swear to serve with honor, courage and commitment. Those words are certainly true for a young Navy diver who lost his life during a training exercise at the Aberdeen Proving Ground last year.
Vice Adm. Walter Carter is the new superintendent of the U.S. Naval Academy.
More than 1,200 new students have arrived at the U.S. Naval Academy.
A Maryland man who in the 1980s was convicted of espionage and later pardoned for leaking spy satellite photos to a British magazine has been charged with stealing government records related to a famous Naval historian who was his grandfather.
About 1,000 U.S. Naval Academy students are graduating in Annapolis.
They call themselves “brozen,” bros who watch Disney’s “Frozen.” But these Naval Academy baseball players aren’t just watching, they are lip-syncing, too.
A 24-year-old sailor who was shot and killed aboard a Navy destroyer while trying to protect another will be awarded a medal for heroism.
President Barack Obama says the Navy football team not only had to overcome tough opponents to win the Commander-in-Chief trophy this year but a government shutdown as well.
The Florida family of a woman slain during the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Hillsborough County Court.
In a somber, tear-filled ceremony, the Navy on Monday remembered a sailor who was fatally shot aboard a destroyer as a selfless hero who saved the lives of others.
There are still no answers about what caused the deadly collapse of a Navy football player during practice. Will McKamey, 19, died last week after he slipped into a coma. Now his fellow midshipmen are trying to cope with the loss.
A sailor fatally shot last week in Norfolk, Va., was honored as a hometown hero Thursday at a chilly, candlelight service in Hagerstown’s City Park.