Sexual assaults on men in the military happen more often than people might think. But Nelson, who left the Marine Corps in 2011 as a corporal, is one of the rare men willing to report it and talk about it…
By Vanessa Dennis
A Russian news agency reported Wednesday that the Russian military will be using a fleet of military dolphins trained by the Ukrainian Navy. The United States Navy has been training mammals since 1960. U.S. Navy has found that…
Hunting for Mines in the Persian Gulf, as Tensions Between Israel and Iran Build…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The U.S.-flagged Maersk Alabama, a Danish-owned ship carrying relief aid to Kenya, was seized in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Somalia with 20 American crew members aboard.
By PBS NewsHour
Somali pirates hijacked a Saudi-owned supertanker Saturday hundreds of miles off the Horn of Africa, seizing the ship loaded with crude oil and its 25-member international crew, the U.S. Navy said Monday.
The Supreme Court appeared divided over judges' authority to limit the U.S. Navy's use of sonar to protect whales and weighed a workplace harrassment case Wednesday. Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal recaps the day in the courtroom.
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