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The new seal for the Navy’s next aircraft carrier contains a hint about big changes coming to naval aviation
The recently unveiled seal for the aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy features its best-known aircraft, along with a future addition.
109 years ago, an aircraft took off from a US Navy warship. These are some memorable developments from the history of carrier aviation.
Tensions between Russia and NATO have been on the rise since 2014, and the waters around Europe have been getting increasingly busy.
The Air Force’s ‘Doomsday plane,’ where the president can run a nuclear war, needs repairs for wear and tear
The Air Force's E-4B, nicknamed the "Doomsday plane" because of its nuclear command-and-control capabilities, is undergoing maintenance and upgrades.
Russia is finding new islands in the Arctic, while the US is still trying to figure out how to get up there
Russia already has the world's longest Arctic coastline, and five newly discovered islands give it even more territory to work with.
Russia’s submarines are getting harder to find, and the Navy is sending more people to keep an eye on them
Russian naval activity around Europe is a growing concern, and the US Navy is reactivating command units to help manage its own forces in the region.
The US Navy has long been the most visible part of America's military might with visits to far flung ports and operations all over the world.
‘Here comes this Russian hot dog’: The story behind a Navy warship’s dangerous encounter with Russian fighter jets
A hair-raising encounter between a US warship and Russian aircraft in April 2016 was among the "most aggressive" Russian acts in some time.
The defense secretary praised the crew of an attack submarine that hasn’t been on a mission since 2015
Defense Secretary Mark Esper visited the nuclear-powered attack sub USS Boise on Wednesday, calling it an "accomplished warship."
Every day, US military commands reach millions with Twitter and Facebook posts aimed to inform and inspire. But sometimes even these pros screw up.