Top Navy Official ‘Very Concerned’ About Strike at Maine Shipyard

About two-thirds of Bath Iron Works’ workers walked off the job on Sunday.

Navy to Punish Fired Captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt

In a reversal, the service’s top officer says further investigation revealed lapses in Capt. Brett Crozier’s judgment and actions aboard his COVID-stricken ship.

The Pentagon Must Not Falter in Its Drive To Network Its Weapons and Sensors

American military superiority depends on a complete and successful integration of all services' forces.

The Coronavirus Is Raising the Likelihood of Great-Power Conflict

U.S. efforts to increase deterrence must be carefully calibrated to avoid accidental escalation.

To Boost NATO’s Presence in the Black Sea, Get Creative

Alliance fleets aren't getting bigger to match Moscow's moves in the region, so it's time to think differently.

To Compete With Russia and China at Sea, Think Small

Great power competition requires more than preparing for great power conflict.

Prospective Navy Secretary Vows to 'Restore the Appropriate Culture'

Kenneth Braithwaite answered pointed questions from senators, but he and fellow nominees from DoD and the Air Force appear set for confirmation.

Navy Picks Wisconsin’s Fincantieri Marinette Marine to Build New Frigate

Awarded months ahead of schedule, the contract further solidifies the shipbuilder’s U.S. foothold.

Pentagon’s ‘Willingness to Kiss the President’s Ass’ Worries Top Lawmaker

‘I am worried about a culture developing,’ says House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith, D-Wash., after the latest delay in Navy captain’s fate.

Will the US Navy Sink Iranian Fast Boats in the Gulf? Maybe, Maybe Not

It may be time to formalize how orders are passed from the White House to the military.

Inside the Wild Final Week of the Acting Navy Secretary

How it all fell apart for Thomas Modly in seven days that included a two-plane, 50-hour trip to chastise a fired skipper to his sailors aboard a COVID-stricken aircraft carrier.