"Skinny Dragons" return to Oahu after a brief absence, but a tradition of many years. Here's the STORY.
The guided missile destroyer will join the Theodore Roosevelt Strike Group (CSG 9). Here's the full story.
Seventy-five years? You read that right. And Sarkis Tatigian, a World War II veteran, has no plans to retire. After all, he's only 94! Read his story HERE.
The ceremony was held at Naval Undersea Warfare Center Sept. 26. Read more about it HERE.
Here's the message from NLUS national headquarters.
Read more about the submarine's Bangor ceremony HERE.
And here's the PHOTO:
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Waesche arrived at the Seattle shipyard Sept. 12th for structural enhancement work. The first Coast Guard NSC, Bertholf, is expected to depart Vigor later this month. READ MORE.
A joint mission deployed weather buoys from a Danish C-130 to the far north Arctic Ocean. Here's what they hope to accomplish.
The ship, formerly based in Everett, is one of the few now conducting training with the new aircraft, known as the "Lightning II." Here's the full story.
Admiral Charles Michel warns that America's only remaining polar icebreaker, based in Seattle, is running out of time. Read his comments HERE.
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Provide assistance to sea service families * Support youth programs
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