Navy: Stabbing Suspect Left Base Before Lockdown The Navy says a sailor suspected of repeatedly stabbing another in a barracks near a naval hospital was able to leave the base before its gates were closed in response to the attack.
Md. Man Charged With Stealing Navy RecordsA Maryland man who in the 1980s was convicted of espionage and later pardoned for leaking spy satellite photos to a British magazine has been charged with stealing government records related to a famous Naval historian who was his grandfather.
Navy to Play Michigan State in Veterans Classic Hoop Doubleheader Navy will face Michigan State and Tennessee will meet VCU in the inaugural Veterans Classic, a Nov. 14 basketball doubleheader at Navy's Alumni Hall that will celebrate Veterans Day.
Memorial Day Ceremony Honors Slain Md. Sailor A sailor slain by a gunman aboard a docked Navy destroyer is being honored at a Memorial Day ceremony near Baltimore.
Commander: Navy Must Improve Female Retention Rate The Navy retains female sailors at half the rate it holds on to men. One result is it doesn't have enough senior enlisted women on some ships stationed overseas.
Former Nuke Officer Reprimanded In Gambling Case The Navy admiral fired last fall as the No. 2 commander of U.S. nuclear forces was given a letter of reprimand Monday and ordered to forfeit $4,000 in pay but will be allowed to remain on duty as a Navy staff officer, the Navy said.
Sailor Killed In Va. Buried A Hero In ArlingtonA 24-year-old sailor who was fatally shot protecting another sailor aboard a Navy destroyer is being laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
Ex-Marine Sentenced to Die in Sailor's Slaying A federal jury has sentenced an ex-Marine to death for murdering a fellow service member in 2009, one among a series of violent, sexually motivated attacks he committed over the years.
Stanley Cup Makes Surprise Trip to AnnapolisThe Navy men's hockey team arrived at the ice rink thinking it was a normal day of practice, but little did they know the Stanley Cup was there waiting for them.
Records: Man Who Shot Sailor Was Convicted FelonThe civilian truck driver who killed a sailor aboard a destroyer at the world's largest naval base was a Virginia man who records show was a convicted felon, the Navy said Thursday.
Navy Says The Sailor Who Died At Virginia Base Was Protecting A ColleaguePetty Officer 2nd Class Mark Mayo saved another sailor's life by jumping between her and a civilian gunman.
Navy Seeking Motive in Fatal Norfolk Station ShootingNavy officials are searching for answers about what may have motivated a civilian to approach a docked destroyer, struggle with security personnel, disarm a sailor, then shoot and kill someone coming to that sailor's aid.
Navy Football Player Remains Hospitalized After Collapsing During Spring Practice A freshman running back on the Navy football team collapsed during spring practice Saturday morning and was airlifted to a hospital.
Not Guilty Verdict in Ex-Navy Football Player's Sex Assault Case A military judge has found a former U.S. Naval Academy football player not guilty of a sexual assault charge.
Naval Academy Sexual Assault Case Enters Day 2A woman at the center of a sexual assault case involving a former U.S. Naval Academy football player was expected to take the stand for a second day Wednesday at the man's court-martial.