U.S. Naval Academy Midshipmen Class Of 2017 GraduatesA day steeped in tradition: more than 1,000 men and women graduated from the United States Naval Academy on Friday.
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.
Naval Academy Opens Art Exhibit to the PublicThe U.S. Naval Academy is inviting the public to see art and poetry by students at the school.
Midshipman First Class Jason Jablonski, 21, Dies of IllnessThe Naval Academy announced the death of Midshipman First Class senior Jason Jablonski, 21, of New York, who died Sunday after a fight against leukemia.
Naval Academy Midshipmen Take On Mannequin ChallengeThe Naval Academy has joined in on the Mannequin Challenge that's gone viral on social media.
Naval Academy to Honor Computer Scientist Grace Hopper The U.S. Naval Academy will name its future cyber building after Grace Hopper, a pioneering computer scientist and U.S. Navy rear admiral, the academy's superintendent announced Thursday.
Rising Sea Levels Could Flood Naval Academy In Annapolis, Scientists SayThe U.S. military is preparing to battle on a new front: rising sea levels.
Blue Angels Attracting Thousands In AnnapolisThe Blue Angels have taken over the skies of Annapolis for the second day in a row.
US Naval Academy Professor Sues Navy Over Free SpeechA civilian professor at the U.S. Naval Academy is suing the Navy for allegedly violating his First Amendment right to free speech.
'Plebes Summer' Officially Begins In AnnapolisFor 1,200 young men and women summer as they know it, has officially come to an end.
First Female Blue Angels Pilot To Perform At OCMD Air ShowMaryland native and the first female pilot to ever fly with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels will be performing for hometown fans at the Ocean City Air Show in June.
Budget Woes May Cancel Classes At Naval AcademyU.S. Naval Academy officials say federal budget cuts could lead to canceled classes.