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181019-N-SM577-0110 BOSTON (Oct. 19, 2018) Seaman Samantha Schacher, assigned to USS Constitution, climbs "Old Ironsides" mizzenmast. Constitution and its crew went underway in commemoration of the ship's launching 221 years ago and the U.S. Navy's 243rd birthday. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Casey Scoular/Released)
Sailors assigned to aircraft carriers will now get mandated amounts of rest time each day thanks to a policy change by Naval Air Forces.
Recent reforms to the NATOPS General Flight and Operating Instructions Manual mean that non-aviation personnel will be guaranteed eight hours of uninterrupted sleep daily.
A Super Hornet made an emergency landing earlier this month after its right engine caught fire, according to Navy officials and military records.
A Pentagon probe into how the Navy’s top officer handled sexual misconduct allegations against his staffer cleared him of official wrongdoing but found Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson could have replaced the staffer in a timelier manner.
ALBANY, N.Y. — One of the last surviving World War II crew members of a Navy ship that’s the last of its kind still afloat is making a visit to the vessel at its Hudson River dock.
Officials with the USS Slater museum say 93-year-old Earl Laber and family members will be visiting the floating museum Friday morning at the Port of Albany.
NORFOLK, Va. — The U.S. Navy in Virginia is holding a remembrance of the deadly attack on the guided-missile destroyer Cole.
Current and former crew members as well as friends and family plan to gather Friday in an auditorium at Naval Station Norfolk.
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