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US Coast Guard interviews container ship crew after warship collision

US Coast Guard interviews container ship crew after warship collision

The US coast guard investigation is one several into the incident on Saturday involving the guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald and the much larger ACX Crystal.

Top US Navy commander in Japan over destroyer crash

The Navy destroyer was badly damaged in the collision with a Philippine-flagged cargo ship off the Japanese coast early Saturday.

Ex-US Navy SEAL reveals Osama bin Laden's head had to be put together for identification

Ex-US Navy SEAL reveals Osama bin Laden's head had to be put together for identification

Robert O'Neill, the former Navy SEAL Team 6 shooter, reasserted his claim that he alone pumped three bullets into Osama bin Laden.

Chinese pilot acted legally in encounter with US military plane over South China Sea: Report

A Chinese pilot had responded "legally and professionally" to a close encounter between military planes from China and the US over the South China Sea, a media report said on Saturday.

US, China military planes come inadvertently close over South China Sea

A US Navy P-3 plane and a Chinese military aircraft came close to each other over the South China Sea in an incident the Navy believes was inadvertent, a US official told Reuters on Thursday.

Yemen withdraws permission for US ground operations

Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, denied reports that the purpose of the attack was to capture or kill any specific al Qaeda leader.
 

INSIGHT: What Indian Air Force and US Air Force learned from each other at Red Flag Alaska 16-1

INSIGHT: What Indian Air Force and US Air Force learned from each other at Red Flag Alaska 16-1

The Indian Air Force (IAF) along with the US Air Force (USAF) and the US Navy (USN) conducted the Red Flag Alaska 16-1, an aerial combat training exercise, at the Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska, in the United States earlier this year.

US Navy lifts temporary drinking ban on its sailors in Japan

Sailors will be allowed to drink alcohol on US bases there and in private residences outside, but not in off-base bars.

US Navy seizes Iranian weapons bound for Yemen rebels

US naval forces in the Arabian Sea seized a shipment of weapons that the United States believes was sent from Iran and was bound for Huthi rebels in Yemen, the Navy said.

US sees new Chinese activity around South China Sea shoal

The United States has seen Chinese activity around a reef that China seized from the Philippines nearly four years ago that could be a precursor to more land reclamation in the disputed South China Sea, the U.S. Navy chief said on Thursday.

No evidence of shots fired at Naval Medical Center in San Diego: Officials

No evidence of shots fired at Naval Medical Center in San Diego: Officials

The United States remains on edge after a married couple inspired by Islamist militants killed 14 people last month in San Bernardino.

California shootout: 'Active shooter' reported at San Diego military hospital in

California shootout: 'Active shooter' reported at San Diego military hospital in

Spokesman Mike Alvarez said, however, that "I cannot confirm an active shooter."