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Keeping operations going during the coronavirus requires a role reversal for US Navy ships in Europe
With coronavirus-related restrictions like self-quarantines between port visits, Navy ships have to find new ways to keep things going while at sea.
As US Navy ships wrap up a historic Arctic exercise, Russia’s navy sends them off with its own nearby drills
US and British ships finished naval exercises and sailed out of the Barents Sea on Friday as the Russian navy conducted its own drills in the area.
Take a look inside the National Geographic Endurance, a new Arctic cruise ship that’s designed to explore polar waters and where reservations ar...
The ship — that has a sauna, yoga studio, and guest decks — was set to be unveiled in March but got postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The stealth bomber's second trip to Iceland's airspace comes as NATO focuses more on the Arctic.
Russian reconnaissance planes were intercepted by US and Canadian fighters as they lurked over a submarine exercise in the Arctic
The Russian planes didn't enter US airspace, but they did linger over some US attack subs in the Arctic.
Finland pulled troops from an Arctic military exercise with the US and 8 other countries over coronavirus concerns
A soldier at a military camp in Norway tested positive for the coronavirus, but that's the only person who has, Norway's military says.
Inside Sweden’s floating Arctic Bath hotel, a surreal new property where guests can take an icy dip beneath the Northern Lights
In the winter, the Arctic Bath is fully frozen into the Lule River in Sweden; in the summer, the luxury hotel floats on the water.
Norway's ambassador to the US says these are some of the essentials troops need for Arctic missions.
A Finnish family is offering a wellness experience called ‘Arctic cocooning’ where they tuck customers into hammocks in a remote pine fore...
Arctic Cocooning, a family-run Finnish wellness experience that involves swaying in hammocks in a pine forest, helps guests reconnect with nature.
A grieving man traveled the world with his pet ferret, and said it was an ‘adventure worth living for’
From Europe to the Middle East and even the Arctic Circle, Charlie Hammerton and Bandit were inseparable.