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.
Ships, Aircraft Search Philippine Sea For 3 Missing In CrashU.S. and Japanese ships and aircraft were searching in the Philippine Sea on Thursday for three sailors missing since a U.S. Navy aircraft crashed a day earlier.
U.S. Navy Identifies 7 Sailors, 1 From Md., Who Died In Destroyer CollisionCBS News reports that that Navy has released the names of the seven sailors who were found dead among the wreckage of the USS Fitzgerald Saturday.
Navy Sailor Reported Overboard Found Hiding In Engine RoomAn American sailor who was believed to have gone missing from a warship last week in Japan's southern waters has been found on board.
US Navy Redesigning Its Submarines To Accommodate WomenEvery submarine in the U.S. fleet was designed with the height, reach and strength of men in mind, from the way valves are placed to how display screens are angled.
Baltimore Native Is Navy's New Top Enlisted SailorThe U.S. Navy says a Baltimore native will become its most senior enlisted member.
US Navy Poised to Take Ownership of Its Largest WarshipThe sailors will continue training to prepare the ship to be formally commissioned into service as USS Zumwalt at a ceremony in October in Baltimore, Kirk said.
Volunteers Help Keep 127-Year-Old Rawlings Conservatory MaintainedFour years ago when the Sailabration came to town, the group of Naval reservists next to Fort McHenry were looking for ways to contribute.
Plebes No More: Naval Academy Freshmen Climb Herndon MonumentIt's an annual rite of passage at the U.S. Naval Academy: the Herndon climb. Hundreds of plebes scramble to climb a greased up monument to replace a freshman's hat with a midshipman's hat.
Slain Md. Sailor Buried As Hero At ArlingtonA sailor from western Maryland who was fatally shot protecting another sailor aboard a Navy destroyer has been laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.