The three-star Navy admiral has also been stripped of his duties
Second Warship Commander Relieved in Growing Bribery Scandal
7th Fleet Captain Daniel Dusek linked to probe into prostitutes, kickbacks and luxury perks
Iran Hacked Navy Computers, U.S. Claims
News of the cyber-infiltration comes as the two countries eye historic diplomatic progress
Navy Yard Shooter’s Gun Purchase Was Probably Legal Any Way You Cut It
The weapon Aaron Alexis used in the Washington Navy Yard shooting appears to have been purchased in accordance with current and proposed gun laws
Navy Yard Shooter Had Been Treated for Mental Health Problems, But Bought Gun Legally
U.S. officials confirmed Tuesday morning that the gunman in yesterday’s deadly shooting had been treated for various mental health issues, including paranoia and hearing voices.
Obama: Navy Yard Shootings “Cowardly Act”
President Obama addressed the nation in a live statement early this afternoon, calling today’s shootings at the Washington Navy Yard “cowardly” and vowing that those responsible will be brought to justice.
DC Police Chief: One Shooter Dead, Two Others May Be At Large at Washington Navy Yard
Two Additional Shooters Dressed In “Military-Style” Uniforms
Thousands of People Work At Navy Headquarters
Over 3,000 civilians and military personnel work at Washington Navy Yard, home of NAVSEA, the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters where at least one gunman opened fire this morning.
Live Updates: 13 Dead in Shooting Rampage at Washington Navy Yard
13 people were killed in a mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard Monday morning, putting the nation’s capital on high alert
Navy Sex Assault Accuser Admits Booze-Driven Memory Blanks
Midshipman describes drinking in her room before going to a “yogas and togas” theme party where assault allegedly took place
Ever since the Cold War ended, the Pentagon has been pushing to become more “flexible” and “agile,” to use two words frequently heard at Defense Department briefings and found burrowed into innumerable Pentagon …
Coming Up Empty-Handed from Davy Jones’ Locker
Last month we noted the efforts of the Navy to come to the Air Force’s aid by diving 18,558 feet deep into the Pacific, off the Japanese coast, for bits of wreckage from a doomed F-16 (the pilot parachuted to safety).