President Biden Sends Off Naval Academy's Graduating Class Of 2022Commissioning Week came to an extraordinary end on Friday for the Naval Academy's graduation, with President Joe Biden delivering the keynote remarks.
Maryland Woman Pleads Guilty To Trying To Get BenefitsA Maryland woman who formerly served in the U.S. Navy has pleaded guilty to conspiring to submit false claims to the Veterans Administration and the Social Security Administration to obtain more than $1 million in disability benefits, a federal prosecutor said.
Suburban Spy: Navy Engineer from Annapolis Accused of Selling U.S. Nuclear Secrets Pleads GuiltyJonathan Toebbe, a U.S. Navy nuclear engineer from Annapolis accused of selling classified data, pleaded guilty to conspiracy during a hearing in federal court on Monday.
Annapolis Couple Accused Of Trying To Sell Military Secrets To Foreign GovernmentA Navy nuclear engineer and his wife are set to appear in federal court in West Virginia on Tuesday to face accusations that they tried to sell military secrets to a foreign government.
Investigators Identify Sailors Shot By Navy Medic Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet Near Fort Detrick, Investigation Continues Into MotiveAs the investigation continues into why Navy medic Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet opened fire near Fort Detrick Tuesday, Frederick Police have released a photo of the active shooter suspect.
2 Sailors Wounded After Navy Medic Opens Fire Near Fort Detrick, Deceased Suspect IdentifiedAn FBI-led investigation is underway into why a Navy medic shot two sailors near Fort Detrick Tuesday morning. The suspect, 38-year-old Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet, was shot and killed when he drove onto the base past a security checkpoint.
'I Just Seen Commotion' | Community Reacts After Navy Medic Opens Fire Near Fort Detrick Tuesday MorningA normally quiet Frederick business complex became ground zero for an active shooter situation Tuesday morning.
Blue Angels, Thunderbirds Honor Healthcare Workers And First Responders With Formation Flights Over BaltimoreChopper 13 was in the sky as the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds made their way through the area Saturday to honor essential employees working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. Navy Blue Angels To Highlight 2020 Maryland Fleet Week And Air ShowNext year marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Navy Confirms String Of Recent Suicides By USS George H.W. Bush SailorsFour service members of the United States Navy have died by suicide between July and September of this year, officials have confirmed.
Reinstated Naval Academy Professor Returns, But Not To ClassThe U.S. Naval Academy has assigned reinstated professor Bruce Fleming to scholarly work as it appeals a judge's ruling overturning his dismissal.
Former Navy Employee, Md. Resident Pleads Guilty To Producing, Possessing Child PornA former U.S. Navy employee who lived in Maryland before moving to Japan pleaded guilty Tuesday to the production, transportation and possession of child pornography.
Questions Linger On Notification Systems After Walter Reed Active Shooter False AlertIt took officials more than an hour to correct the false alert that went out to employees on the sprawling campus asking them to move patients to a secure location and “lock all doors until notified by security,”
Thunderbirds, F-16s Fly Over Baltimore During Fleet WeekBaltimore residents and visitors could hear the thunderous swooshing of fighter jets over the city of Baltimore Friday afternoon.
Traffic Delays, Road Closures For Blue Angels Practice And Air ShowThe U.S. Navy Blue Angels will have a Practice and Air Show Tuesday and Wednesday in Annapolis -- so motorists and residents should expect some traffic delays and route closures.