All clear at Washington Navy Yard after shooting reports
All clear at Washington Navy Yard after shooting reports

A US Navy installation in Washington was given the all-clear Thursday after locking down for several hours over unconfirmed reports that an active gunman was on the loose, authorities said.

Military jury sentences US Marine convicted of Iraq murder to time served

A US Marine convicted of the 2006 murder of a former Iraqi police officer was sentenced on Thursday to time he had already served in confinement, in a decision by a military jury at Camp Pendleton in California. 

North Korea "modified" submarine missile launch photos, say experts

Photos showing a North Korean missile launched from a submarine were manipulated by state propagandists, and the isolated country may still be years away from developing the technology, analysts and a senior US Navy admiral said on Tuesday. 

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Watch: The impact of US Navy's Hyper Velocity Projectile

Watch: The impact of Hyper Velocity Projectile, which is built by the US Navy.

Nepal earthquake: Troops continue to search for missing US chopper with eight aboard

The search for the missing US Marine helicopter with eight people aboard continued on Wednesday, a day after fresh earthquake hit Nepal and wreaked havoc.

US helicopter missing in Nepal with 8 aboard: Military

A US Marine Corps helicopter carrying out earthquake relief in Nepal was reported missing on Tuesday with eight personnel on board, officials said.

Chinese and US navies play games and party despite tensions

US and Chinese sailors faced off on Chinese soil Tuesday, in sporting clashes between their navies aimed at building trust despite rising tensions over Beijing`s territorial claims in the South China Sea.

US flies advanced spy plane over disputed sea: Officials

The United States has flown its most advanced surveillance plane from a military base in the Philippines over flashpoint areas of the South China Sea, Filipino authorities said on Friday.

NSA chief declines comment on spyware reports, says programs lawful

The head of the National Security Agency refused to comment on Monday on reports that the US government implants spyware on computer hard drives for surveillance purposes, saying "we fully comply with the law."

Four US littoral combat ships to operate out of Singapore by 2018: US Navy

Four US warships designed to fight in coastal areas similar to Southeast Asian waters will operate out of Singapore by 2018, a senior US Navy official said Tuesday, further underscoring Washington`s military tilt to Asia.

Three admirals censured in bribery scandal: US Navy

The US Navy said Tuesday it has censured three admirals for their roles in a widening bribery scandal, the highest-ranking officers to be punished in the case so far.

`Fat Leonard` pleads guilty in US Navy bribery scandal

 A Malaysian contractor at the centre of a corruption scandal rocking the US Navy pleaded guilty to fraud charges on Thursday, admitting to bribing officials with cash, prostitutes, Cuban cigars and Kobe beef.

US warns about threat against banks, hotels in Indonesia

The US Embassy in Jakarta has issued a warning to Americans about a potential threat against US associated banks and hotels in Indonesia's second-largest city, Surabaya.

US Navy chopper crashes in Kuwait, minor injuries

A US Navy helicopter has crashed during a training mission in the Gulf state of Kuwait, slightly injuring three crew members, the Bahrain-based Naval Forces Central Command said on Monday.

Indian Navy strengthening its air warfare capability

The Indian Navy is working towards a new fleet of aircraft and helicopters for maritime surveillance, electronic warfare and anti-submarine and anti-ship warfare, its top commander has said.

US Navy engineer 'tried to pass details to Egypt'

A US Navy civilian engineer was arrested on Friday on charges of trying to steal schematics of a new nuclear aircraft carrier and have them sent to Egypt, the Justice Department said.

US Navy engineer `tried to pass details to Egypt`

A US Navy civilian engineer was arrested Friday on charges of trying to steal schematics of a new nuclear aircraft carrier and have them sent to Egypt, the Justice Department said.

US Navy revokes Bill Cosby's honorary title
US Navy revokes Bill Cosby's honorary title

 The US Navy has revoked Bill Cosby's honorary title following allegations that the comedian sexually assaulted a string of women over decades.

US Navy revokes Bill Cosby's honorary rank
US Navy revokes Bill Cosby's honorary rank

The US Navy has revoked Bill Cosby's title of honorary chief petty officer in the light of the "serious" allegations of sexual abuse made against the comedian.