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Despite record budgets, the US Navy is short hundreds of millions for maintenance
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Navy is short hundreds of millions of dollars for ship depot maintenance this year and is already looking at just shy of $1 billion in unfunded maintenance in 2020, shortfalls ...

US Navy 'ready' for whatever 'needs to be done' in Venezuela, Naval commander says
The U.S. Navy is prepared to take action if needed in Venezuela, a top U.S. Naval commander said this week. Adm. Craig Faller, who heads the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) based in Florida, said ...

New CNO Gilday Says He'll Lead Navy 'With a Sense of Urgency'
Sailors are now safer and more well-prepared because Richardson served as their CNO, he added. "He's done more to this Navy to put us in a ready lethal position than many before," Spencer said. A ...

Navy head coach takes blame for lost season
who has led Navy to five bowl wins. Sign up for the Army Times Daily News Roundup to receive the top Army stories every afternoon. Thanks for signing up. By giving us your email, you are opting in to ...

US Navy medical ship anchors off coast of South America
We are learning more about the desperately-needed medical services now being offered by the U.S. Navy medical ship "Comfort" as it sits anchored off the coast of South America.

Russia says US missile test 'escalation of military tensions'
The missile was launched from the US Navy-controlled San Nicolas Island off the coast of California. "We will not allow ourselves to get drawn into a costly arms race," Ryabkov said. He said the test ...

A botched landing on a Navy aircraft carrier caused at least $2 million in damage to 4 other planes
The Hawkeye landed safely and there were no injuries, but the Navy classified the incident a "Class A" mishap, meaning damage of $2 million or more.

Checkmarx beats US firms to provide U.S. Navy with fast, secure coding
Israeli company Checkmarx was picked by US Navy’s Naval Information Warfare Pacific (NIWC) to improve the creation and delivery of software needed to ensure American cyber, space, and reconnaissance ...

Questions about US Navy attack sub program linger as contract negotiations drag
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Navy is months behind schedule getting its latest batch of Virginia-class attack subs under contract, and no resolution appears imminent — leading to mounting concerns that ...

U.S. Says China Is Blocking Trillions in Oil and Gas, Will Send Navy for Asia Drills
The United States has accused China of preventing Southeast Asian countries from accessing trillions of dollars worth of untapped oil and gas reserves in the South China Sea as the Pentagon planned to ...

Australia joins US-led naval mission in Strait of Hormuz
Australia has joined Great Britain and Bahrain in signing onto a US-led maritime security mission that the US said is aimed at protecting international shipping in the Strait of Hormuz. Prime Minister ...

The US Navy is having sailors train on an ineffective aircraft carrier weapon it's getting rid of
The Navy's carrier-based anti-torpedo system is unreliable at best. The service is scrapping it. But sailors are still spending time training on it.