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At War: 40 Stories From Women About Life in the Military

Servicewomen and veterans share the stories that have stayed with them from their time in the military.
At War: 40 Stories From Women About Life in the Military

At War: 40 Stories From Women About Life in the Military

From left: Rear Adm. Wendi Bryan Carpenter, retired, Lt. Col. Kimberly Ford, retired, Louise Graul Eisenbrandt and First Lt. Holly Harrington.
At War: 40 Stories From Women About Life in the Military

At War: 40 Stories From Women About Life in the Military

From left: Rear Adm. Wendi Bryan Carpenter, retired, Lt. Col. Kimberly Ford, retired, Louise Graul Eisenbrandt and First Lt. Holly Harrington.
Are Trump and Putin Opening Pandora’s Box?

Are Trump and Putin Opening Pandora’s Box?

Russian Defense Ministry officials show off the 9M729 cruise missile at the military Patriot Park outside Moscow on January 23, 2019.
U.S. Navy Performs Its First All-Female Flyover to Honor Rosemary Mariner

U.S. Navy Performs Its First All-Female Flyover to Honor Rosemary Mariner

A team of female pilots performed a Missing Man Flyover during a graveside ceremony on Saturday for Capt. Rosemary Mariner, the first woman to command a naval aviation squadron.
U.S. Navy Performs Its First All-Female Flyover to Honor Rosemary Mariner

U.S. Navy Performs Its First All-Female Flyover to Honor Rosemary Mariner

A team of female pilots performed a Missing Man Flyover during a graveside ceremony on Saturday for Capt. Rosemary Mariner, the first woman to command a naval aviation squadron.
Rosemary Mariner, Pathbreaking Navy Pilot and Commander, Is Dead at 65

Rosemary Mariner, Pathbreaking Navy Pilot and Commander, Is Dead at 65

Rosemary Mariner in 1991 at Naval Air Station LeMoore in Southern California, where she was commander of a Navy tactical electronic warfare squadron. She logged 17 landings on aircraft carriers and
Rosemary Mariner, Pathbreaking Navy Pilot and Commander, Is Dead at 65

Rosemary Mariner, Pathbreaking Navy Pilot and Commander, Is Dead at 65

Rosemary Mariner in 1991 at Naval Air Station LeMoore in Southern California, where she was commander of a Navy tactical electronic warfare squadron. She logged 17 landings on aircraft carriers and
Airstrike Kills Plotter of Deadly Bombing of U.S.S. Cole

Airstrike Kills Plotter of Deadly Bombing of U.S.S. Cole

Jamal al-Badawi, who was accused of plotting the 2000 bombing of the Navy destroyer Cole, during a court hearing in Yemen in 2004. He escaped from prison there twice but was killed last week in an
Airstrike Kills Plotter of Deadly Bombing of U.S.S. Cole

Airstrike Kills Plotter of Deadly Bombing of U.S.S. Cole

Jamal al-Badawi, who was accused of plotting the 2000 bombing of the Navy destroyer Cole, during a court hearing in Yemen in 2004. He escaped from prison there twice but was killed last week in an
At War: The End of the Navy's Bread-and-Water Punishment

At War: The End of the Navy's Bread-and-Water Punishment

Modern alternatives to bread and water for punishing minor offenses can include denying a sailor shore leave. The U.S.S. Chancellorsville, a guided missile cruiser, visited Hong Kong in November.
At War: The End of the Navy's Bread-and-Water Punishment

At War: The End of the Navy's Bread-and-Water Punishment

Modern alternatives to bread and water for punishing minor offenses can include denying a sailor shore leave. The U.S.S. Chancellorsville, a guided missile cruiser, visited Hong Kong in November.
At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

A pilot undergoes a hypoxia training scenario at Whidbey Island in Washington in December 2011.
At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

A pilot undergoes a hypoxia training scenario at Whidbey Island in Washington in December 2011.
At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

At War: Pilots Kept Losing Oxygen and the Military Had No Idea Why. Now There’s a Possible Fix.

A pilot undergoes a hypoxia training scenario at Whidbey Island in Washington in December 2011.
No More Bread and Water: U.S. Navy Scraps an Age-Old Penalty

No More Bread and Water: U.S. Navy Scraps an Age-Old Penalty

Modern alternatives to bread and water for punishing minor offenses can include denying a sailor shore leave. The U.S.S. Chancellorsville, a guided missile cruiser, visited Hong Kong in November.
No More Bread and Water: U.S. Navy Scraps an Age-Old Penalty

No More Bread and Water: U.S. Navy Scraps an Age-Old Penalty

Modern alternatives to bread and water for punishing minor offenses can include denying a sailor shore leave. The U.S.S. Chancellorsville, a guided missile cruiser, visited Hong Kong in November.

At War: Rocket-Boosted but Going Nowhere Fast: The Navy’s Failed Munitions Programs

The Navy has spent more than $1 billion trying to develop projectiles to support land attacks by the Marine Corps, with little to show for its investment.

At War: Rocket-Boosted but Going Nowhere Fast: The Navy’s Failed Munitions Programs

The Navy has spent more than $1 billion trying to develop projectiles to support land attacks by the Marine Corps, with little to show for its investment.
Decorated Navy SEAL Is Accused of War Crimes in Iraq

Decorated Navy SEAL Is Accused of War Crimes in Iraq

Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, seen during his 2017 deployment, may face a military trial on murder and other charges.