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The US Navy has finally confirmed that mysterious videos showing pilots spotting UFOs are genuine after years of speculation
A Navy spokesman said that the objects were "unidentified aerial phenomena" and that the Navy wouldn't publicly speculate what the objects were.
As the US military prepares for a potential showdown with Russia, the Navy’s explosive experts are clearing a path north
This month, Navy divers and explosives experts are in Alaska to practice operating in a tough environment, and they plan to be back.
The US Navy’s oldest nuclear-powered attack sub just finished its final deployment after sailing around the world
The USS Olympia, the Navy's oldest-serving fast-attack submarine, wrapped up 35 years of service with a seven-month, around-the-world deployment.
The US military is scrambling to ready its bases and get planes and ships out of the way of Hurricane Dorian
US Navy ships and US Air Force planes have been sent far from their home bases as Hurricane Dorian draws close to the eastern US.
See inside Diego Garcia, a secretive US Navy base on British land at the center of a bitter tug-of-war in the Indian Ocean
A remote island in the Indian Ocean houses a secretive, strategically vital US military base, but its future is in doubt.
The senator was known to buck GOP leadership — earning the nickname "Maverick" — and reach across the political aisle to voice his candid opinions.
The Chinese government has denied the US Navy's requests for port visits to Hong Kong by two US warships. This isn't the first time it's done this.
Regardless of whether it's new supercarriers or large aircraft-carrying amphibious assault ships, the Navy can't seem to get either on time.
A member of SEAL Team 6 has been charged with impersonating multiple people to get nude photos of women
The member of the elite warfighting unit allegedly used a spoofing program to send text messages from fake numbers requesting the photographs.
The Navy has rules for naming its ships, but the Secretary of the Navy makes the final decision — so sometimes, it breaks its own rules.