The Change.org petition argues that United States Navy Captain Brett Crozier was 'was unjustly relieved of duty' after his letter requesting assistance from superiors amid an onboard COVID-19 outbreak was leaked to news outlets.
The spread of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, will delay the promotion of at least 160,000 sailors, according to a Navy Times report and an unclassified document sent Thursday throughout the Navy.
U.S. Naval Station Great Lakes in Illinois, the Navy's largest training installation, is on lockdown. U.S. military officials said they are looking for a someone who entered the base without authorization.
In the wake of several high profile incidents within the elite U.S. Navy SEAL community, Newsweek found a startling disconnect between what the teams' service members reported and what seems to have been true.
Retired Navy SEAL and Texas Republican candidate for Congress Floyd McLendon held a fundraising kickoff for his campaign in the wrong congressional district wearing a uniform Navy rules forbade him to wear.
In an opinion piece originally published by The Washington Post, fired Navy Secretary Richard Spencer said Trump's intervention in the case of SEAL Edward Gallagher shows "the president has very little understanding of what it means to be in the military."
As local and federal authorities launch investigations into the deaths of three sailors from the Navy aircraft carrier U.S.S. George H.W. Bush, a Pentagon report discloses a disconnect between the lower enlisted and senior ranks on board.
A total of 541 active duty, reserve, and National Guard troops died by suicide in 2018. Rates among the active-duty component increased over the last five years while statistics among National Guard forces and reserves remain consistent.
"Really thought I'd get to use, 'New CHINFO, who dis?'" U.S. Navy Chief of Information Rear Admiral Charlie Brown wrote on Twitter, breaking more than five years of silence from his office's official account.