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From taxi to takeoff to flyover, the entire affair takes just four minutes, but the views from the Navy Hornets give a great view of the big game... briefly.

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F-15s And F/A-18s Will Be In The Air During The Big Game

The Navy will provide some entertainment for those in attendance at this Sunday's Super Bowl, but the California Air National Guard will be on guard duty.

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A Mexican Navy patrol boat goes down fast in a scuttling captured via eight GoPro cameras.

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The Only Equipment Missing Were A Pair Of SIM Cards

US forces were in contact with Iranian forces just three hours after contact was launched, and were told the sailors were "safe and healthy."

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Part Of Navy Plan To Use 50 Percent Alternative Fuels By 2020

The ships of Carrier Strike Group 3 will be the first members of the USN's Great Green Fleet, relying on nuclear power and biofuels on its upcoming deployment.

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Return Could Come As Early As Wednesday

The ten sailors – nine men and one woman – were captured due to a mechanical malfunction in one of their riverine patrol boats in the Persian Gulf.

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China has confirmed that it's working on its first domestically produced carrier and its second flattop overall.

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Warship Will Fire Guns In Salute To Iowa Football Team

The USS Iowa will fire its five-inch guns in support of the University of Iowa football team ahead of the 2016 Rose Bowl game.

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US Military Could Pursue Exemption

The Paris COP21 deal could force the US military to reveal just how much carbon it emits each year, painting a better picture of America's overall emissions.

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Drones Have Failed 24 Times Since Sept. 2014

The Navy's latest problem with the littoral combat ship focuses on an unreliable mine-hunting drone system that costs nearly $900 million.

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The Navy's biggest, most advanced destroyer has set sail for its first round of sea trials, departing from Bath Iron Works for the open ocean.

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The US Navy has taken on Star Wars, with a crew-produced trailer set aboard the floating city that is the USS Eisenhower.

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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.

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Despite the omnipresence of nuclear-powered steam turbines in today's naval vessels, like so many weapons systems, early efforts were an absolute mess.

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Short one carrier, the US Navy's remaining flattops are being forced to stay on station longer, increasing maintenance and repair needs.

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The US Navy conducted a long-awaited "freedom-of-navigation" exercise near China's controversial, man-made islands in the South China Sea.

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Sailors recall the aftermath of the USS Cole bombing, and how it changed their outlook on their Navy duties.

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The Navy's F-35 Lightning II fighters have redeployed aboard a carrier as part of their second planned at-sea development phase.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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