Shouting “Yankee go home,” the members of the Turkish Youth Union tried to place plastic bags over the sailors’ heads. Twelve nationalists were arrested, but were released on Thursday.
Thousands of service members returned to the Norfolk Naval Station after an extended mission in the Middle East.
A U.S. Marine is a possible suspect in the strangling of a 26-year-old transgender Filipino woman in the bathroom of a hotel room.
Get your Kleenexes ready. Thank you to our troops.
UPDATE: The names of all 12 victims in Monday’s shooting spree have now been released. An investigation into the gunman’s motive is underway.
A U.S. Navy ship has been stuck on Tubbataha Reef, a World Heritage Site, southwest of the Philippines since Jan. 17. More than 10 yards of the reef has been damaged.
Is that Mr. Death, or an Ewok? (update: It’s a Jawa!).
Every year, thousands of servicemen and women from the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard dock in New York City for Fleet Week. In Times Square, Fleet Week’s unofficial HQ, some sailors chatted about life in uniform.
In a bay thirty miles northeast of San Francisco lies several dozen retired Navy ships, which served in four wars. These “ghost ships” are slowly being scrapped one-by-one, and by 2017 they’ll all be gone. Fortunately, photographer Scott Haefner and his friends sneaked past 24-hour patrols to photograph these heroic relics.
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