The USS Fitzgerald was involved in a collision with a merchant vessel while operating off the coast of Japan and there have been injuries, according to a statement Friday from the U.S. military.
Nine more Navy officers, including an admiral who was head of intelligence operations before retiring in October, were indicted Tuesday on conspiracy, bribery, obstruction of justice and other charges in the ongoing “Fat Leonard” bribery scandal.
Four ships belonging to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) “harassed” an American destroyer in the Strait of Hormuz Tuesday, a U.S. Navy official confirmed to Fox News.
US Defense Contractor Named Fat Leonard Seduced Navy Bosses With Cuban Cigars, Luxury Goods and Prostitutes
A corruption scandal surrounding a Singapore businessman who bribed ‘scores of’ US Navy officers in return for contracts escalated into the biggest fraud investigation in Naval history.
The U.S. Navy reversed its decision to deny security clearance to a dentist because of his family in Israel.
Iran’s seizure of American patrol boats in the Persian Gulf on Wednesday was a negligible incident from a military viewpoint. It appears that someone was not monitoring the boats, which crossed territorial waters, and the Iranians responded and quickly.
Iran’s Revolutionary Guard released 10 U.S. Navy sailors who were detained after two small Riverine boats crossed into Iranian territorial waters, the Pentagon confirmed Wednesday.
NEW YORK – US Defense Department spokesman Mark Wright told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday that security clearance could be denied to an applicant with relatives in any foreign country.