The ex—USS Menhaden (SS 377) earned unique fame as the Navy’s “yellow submarine” during the early 1980s.
The Occhipinti brothers were struggling through flight school but turned things around when they developed a virtual reality trainer.
ABs specialize in the launch and recovery of aircraft on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, in the fueling and fuel systems of aircraft, and in aircraft handling, firefighting, and salvage and rescue operations.
For 419 years, the key to the Bastille prison in Paris stood as a symbol of oppression. Now, it stands as a testament to freedom, democracy, and the continued friendship between two great revolutionary nations
USS George Washington (CVN 73) Sailors recognize the unique challenges of a Navy mother.
Recruit Training Command (RTC) hosted the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Illinois Wing Spring Encampment, with 115 cadets and 36 staff visiting the Navy’s only boot camp the weekends of April 26—28 and May 3—5.
Members of the Navy Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officer (NEPLO) Program are ready for this year’s hurricane season.
Should a Sailor decide to abandon their duty and obligations by deserting, they’ll soon find every movement, every purchase, and every step tracked by a team of investigators determined to bring them back.
In 1947 Filipinos were allowed to enlist through the U.S. Navy Philippine Enlistment Program (PEP) at Naval Station Subic Bay, Philippines, until the program ended in 1992. One of the last to join through this unique program was Chief Warrant Officer Alfredo Bitor Jr.
Multiple shops came together to manufacture and deliver a feeler gear to the fleet in support of the USS Wyoming (SSBN—742).