The HMS Endeavour was scuttled off the American coast in 1788, but its exact location has been a mystery ever since.
Navy Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Aaron A. Booker faces a federal charge of possession of stolen explosives.
"The Americans are our friends…. They can help us to deter any threat," said Lieutenant General Rolando Bautista of the Philippine army.
Victor Davis Hanson writes that the ethos of the WW2 generation is fading and hasn't been passed to today's young adults.
The old Admiral Kuznetsov had a calamitous trip to Syria.
Russia and Japan have argued about a stretch of islands for over 60 years, but this is not stopping Moscow from raising military compounds on it.
Moscow is sending an orchestra for Greece and cruise missiles for Syria in one go, according to reports.
Some believe a lack of proper training and poor maintenance contributed to the series of naval accidents and this unit will seek to remedy that.
Shouldn't avoiding collisions be simple for a destroyer equipped with GPS and radar?
The Soversheniy—meaning Impeccable—is scheduled to join Russia's Pacific fleet next year.
A U.S. warship sailed through the South China Sea where Taiwan, Vietnam and China all have territorial claims.
Russian Baltic crews are already trained in using the new multirole fighter-bombers.
Moscow has deployed at least two cruise-missile armed frigates and intel ships.
The U.S. Navy is moving forward on plans to develop a new powerful class of guided-missile frigates.
The move will be Tokyo's biggest show of naval force in the region since World War II.
Ukraine's fleet is looking for minesweepers and coast guard ships for the Black Sea.
NATO and Russia are both pondering reinforcement in the Black Sea.
Senior military official claimed Russian aircraft had flown near the vessel as part of a routine flight