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Jet damaged, ground crew injured after "on-deck emergency" at WA base.

The Navy evacuated the injured ground crew to a Seattle hospital via search-and-rescue helicopter.

The move gives the British carriers a reason to exist.

The USMC will join the Royal Navy on the HMS Queen Elizabeth's first operational deployment.

Listening to the radio comms, it's like this is a walk in the park.

Afraid of helicopters, rough seas, or ships? Don't watch this video.

Tugboats eventually came to the ship's rescue and escorted it to a dock for repairs.

Well, this is embarrassing. The US Navy's newest destroyer is stuck in Panama for ten days (reportedly) undergoing repairs for another engine problem.

The missing wrecks mark the grave site of nearly 900 Dutch sailors.

Significant sections of a third ship are missing.

Maybe they'll use railguns instead.

Unprecedented accuracy from a naval cannon, but at a pretty steep price.

Because this aircraft couldn't do enough already.

It won't carry a lot of fuel, but it's enough to keep USMC fighters on station a little longer.

It's the future of naval warfare wrapped in a nice, neat package.

Submarines use towed sonar, so why can't a ship use a parasailing radar?

The carrier Admiral Kuznetsov and her escorts are bound for Syria.

Russia's sole aircraft carrier is sailing from its homeport past the British Isles, and that's drawn the attention of the UK and other NATO countries in the region.

Three Houthi-controlled radar stations were hit.

The Navy said "Nitze struck the sites, which were used to attack US ships operating in international waters, threatening freedom of navigation."

It comes days Houthi rebels launched a ballistic missile against Saudi Arabia.

The USS Mason didn't suffer any damage and it's crew came out of the incident unscathed, Navy officials confirmed.

Aircraft, ships, and personnel begin evacuations from Florida and US East Coast.

C-17 Globemasters, F-22 Raptors, and T-38 Talons are all shipping to bases further inland while Navy ships either shelter in place or sail for northern waters.

Batten down the hatches.

This new footage of the USS Jackson's June shock tests gives some idea of how serious the explosions are.

It's the third time in just weeks.

An official said that if the US government had diplomatic relations with Iran, this latest incident would have been enough to warrant an official diplomatic protest from the State Department.

The Navy called Iran's actions "unsafe and unprofessional."

Iran defended its actions, saying they'll warn and then confront any nation that enters its territorial waters.

Pilots on the USS George Washington are singing the F-35's praises.

According to one Navy pilot, the software could lead to dramatic reductions in the amount of time it takes pilots to train and qualify on the Navy's aircraft carriers.

One of the world's biggest military exercises guarantees some good photos.

We perused thousands of images and gathered a few of our very favorites from this year's Rim of the Pacific exercises off the coast of Hawaii.

Who'd win in a fight? The US Navy's cutting-edge Zumwalt or Russia's heavily armed Kirov-class?

Supreme stealth at the expense of firepower versus extremely powerful, but antiquated, weaponry. Place your bets.

Actual biofuel is just 5.5 percent of the Navy's green mix today, compared to 50 percent in 2012.

There are a lot of problems with the US Navy's biofuel blend, one of the service's former captains claims.

At this point, someone should probably just separate the two sides.

It's a he-said, she-said game in the Mediterranean Sea, as Russia and the US claim each other's ships maneuvered dangerously close to each other.

The team will appear in three more shows before closing out its season.

The Blue Angels will take to the skies this weekend for its first demonstration since a fatal accident took the life of Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss.

The Russian strike aircraft resumed bombing when American jets left the area.

Aerial tensions in the skies over Syria have increased after an encounter between armed US fighters and Russian bombers.

Shock trials for a new warship, even a tiny LCS, are no joke.

The US Navy has released images of one of its latest littoral combat ships undergoing the first phase of shock testing.

The Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm, has a new recruit–a tiny kitten named Tigger.

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