The US Navy has taken on Star Wars, with a crew-produced trailer set aboard the floating city that is the USS Eisenhower.
The USS Zumwalt, the lead ship of a new class of destroyers, could hit the seas in less than a month after a successful 96-hour pier-side trial last month.
Despite the omnipresence of nuclear-powered steam turbines in today's naval vessels, like so many weapons systems, early efforts were an absolute mess.
Short one carrier, the US Navy's remaining flattops are being forced to stay on station longer, increasing maintenance and repair needs.
The US Navy conducted a long-awaited "freedom-of-navigation" exercise near China's controversial, man-made islands in the South China Sea.
Sailors recall the aftermath of the USS Cole bombing, and how it changed their outlook on their Navy duties.
The Navy's F-35 Lightning II fighters have redeployed aboard a carrier as part of their second planned at-sea development phase.
For the first time in over 30 years, there won't be a Perry-class frigate serving in the US Navy, as the USS Simpson, has been retired.
Images from a French satellite seem to show that China is working on a nearly 900-foot aircraft carrier, its first homegrown flattop and second carrier.
The F/A-18 Super Hornet went down about three miles from Lemoore Naval Air Station. The pilot, who ejected safely, was able to walk to first responders.
A British firm thinks its brewed up the future of naval warfare with the Dreadnought 2050, a fusion-powered trimaran that needs just 100 sailors.
One retired Air Force official is arguing once again that a single-service "executive agent" should be managing the DoD's drone operations.
Much has been made about the F-35's lack of close-air support ability, but based on this video of a gun test, its 25-mm cannon doesn't appear to be lacking.
It's only Thursday, but the US military has suffered three separate, non-fatal, aviation-related incidents. A total of ten injuries have been reported.
The USS Gerald R. Ford has its first residents, as some 240 sailors have moved aboard the hulking supercarrier in what the ship's CO called a "tipping point."
Three brand-new subs, including one that was commissioned less than a week ago, are being restricted from service due to a faulty weld repair.
Tech researchers and dignitaries from Elon Musk to Steven Hawking to Steve Wozniak are backing an open letter calling for a ban on autonomous weapons.
The successful launch of a 3D-printed UAV from the deck of a ship signals a new age in the use of drones, allowing vessels to build their own recon craft.
A slight accident during a planned missile test damaged a US Navy destroyer yesterday, setting off a small fire near the ship's helicopter deck.
A flyby from the legendary Blue Angels went just a bit wrong when the blast from one of the jets sent tents and umbrellas flying on a Florida beach.
Automatic spending caps may force the US government to curb its $400B acquisition program for the F-35 and trimming total JSF fleet down from nearly 2,500.
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