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  • As U.S. nuclear arsenal ages, other nations have modernized

    As U.S. nuclear arsenal ages, other nations have modernized
    As Russian forces were drawing back from a swift and violent incursion into Ukraine this fall, Moscow was delivering another powerful military statement many miles to the north. A new 40-foot Bulava intercontinental ballistic missile, capable of...
  • Ingalls Shipbuilding authenticates keel on Coast Guard cutter

    The sixth U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter had its keel authenticated this week at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, Miss. Named in honor of the only member of the U.S. Coast Guard to receive the Medal of Honor, the Legend-class ship is 418...
  • Navy sailor shot outside mother's N. Lauderdale apartment building

    Navy sailor shot outside mother's N. Lauderdale apartment building
    Navy sonar technician Anthon Adams had just returned from a five-month submarine deployment in the Indian Ocean and was looking forward to Thanksgiving with his family in North Lauderdale. After they finished their turkey dinner, Adams, 29, went outside...
  • Soldier from Eastern Shore killed in Kabul attack

    Soldier from Eastern Shore killed in Kabul attack
    A military policeman from the Eastern Shore was one of two U.S. troops killed in a bomb attack in Kabul Monday, the Pentagon said. Command Sgt. Maj. Wardell B. Turner, 48, of Nanticoke, was working as an advisor to a NATO mission training Afghan troops....
  • Costs soar in war against Islamic State

    Costs soar in war against Islamic State
    The cost of the fight against the Islamic State continues to mount. The departure of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel may be one of them, but I want to focus on the dollars and sense, and by the latter I mean explaining more about what we are doing....
  • How a French truck driver became a target of the US air war in Syria

    PARIS To hear French officials tell it, David Drugeon is a 24-year-old former truck driver from the Brittany region of France who occasionally worked out with French soldiers before slipping off to Pakistan to join al-Qaida. He is, at such a tender age,...
  • Next challenge for Newport News shipyard: Keeping carrier Kennedy within budget

    Next challenge for Newport News shipyard: Keeping carrier Kennedy within budget
    Some businesses use suggestion boxes for employees' ideas. At Newport News Shipbuilding, where everything is bigger, one such box has 60,000 ideas, and the shipyard plans to use every one. That's because the job ahead is unprecedented. Newport News...
  • Bombs kill 2 NATO service members, 6 civilians in Afghanistan

    Insurgent attacks killed two international soldiers and six Afghan civilians on Monday, and officials raised the death toll from a suicide bombing at a volleyball match to 57. The U.S.-led military coalition said two service members were killed in an...
  • Norwich Man Indicted In Attack On Officers At Sub Base

    Norwich Man Indicted In Attack On Officers At Sub Base
    A federal grand jury has indicted a Norwich man in connection with the assault on two federal police officers at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton earlier this month, the U.S. Attorney's office said Monday. Gary Ray Brunache, 35, was charged with two...
  • Shane Harris' '@War' details rising military-Internet link

    Shane Harris' '@War' details rising military-Internet link
    A thought commonly attributed to George Orwell holds that good people can sleep at night only because rough men are awake and ready to protect them. But in the modern world, two other groups are also vital to a sound sleep: software engineers and computer...
  • Keel laying at Newport News is a Navy secretary's family affair

    Keel laying at Newport News is a Navy secretary's family affair
    NEWPORT NEWS — Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus had more than a professional interest in Saturday's keel-laying ceremony of the submarine Washington at Newport News Shipbuilding. He was able to introduce his daughter as the sponsor. And if it was...