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Crew still needs certification ahead of October 15 commissioning.

The Navy officially took delivery of its very first Zumwalt-class destroyer, and is now ready to begin certifications for the ship's nearly 150 sailors.

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The hunt for Red October is about to get much easier.

The US Navy's submarines might operate under water, but they're going to get a new perspective on the action thanks a tiny, four-pound drone.

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The Chinese Navy could have 351 ships, including four more aircraft carriers, by 2020.

A new congressional report is pointing to a dramatic increase in the capabilities of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy.

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USS Donald Cook was sailing in the international waters of the Baltic Sea at the time of the incident.

The flybys took place over the course of two days and looked a great deal like simulated attack runs.

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New destroyer will deploy reflective material so it's easier for other ships to detect it during peacetime operations.

The USS Zumwalt is so stealthy there's genuine concerns that civilian vessels won't be able to pick it up on radar in bad weather or at night.

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The three mariners were forced to swim two miles through the night after their vessel capsized.

A Navy P-8 Poseidon crew was key in locating three stranded mariners on an uninhabited Pacific Island. The three men survived for three days before rescue.

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Two people were killed by crashing into an F/A-18 Super Hornet at NAS Lemoore, all while attempting to escape the California Highway Patrol.

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After being lost at sea in 1921, the World War I-era tug USS Conestoga was found sunk about 30 miles from San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.

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The US Navy spends a lot of time in the Arctic ice, but it's the way the service's boats bust through the icepack that most impressive.

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Russia's upgraded Kirov-class cruisers will be among the deadliest vessels on the planet, fitted with 80 anti-ship missiles and highly advanced air defenses.

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The Chief of Naval Operations has confirmed the 'recommission' of a study into the fleet's size.

Facing down an array of future threats, the US Navy has taken the first steps in making a formal request to increase the size of the fleet.

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Relations between the US, Canada, and the UK haven't always been so rosy. With that in mind, what would have happened if the three had gone to war after WW1?

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Spending on big aircraft carriers and missile subs is hurting America's fighting abilities in today's conflict, a prominent Marine Corps general argues.

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The US Navy's VFA-154 Black Knights have come up with a gorgeous video on the exploits of its pilots and their F/A-18 Super Hornets during a recent US cruise.

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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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