Military branch of service primarily concerned with naval warfare

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Sean Gallagher
October 6, 2020
Ars Technica
AI-powered "attritable" drones give flying adversaries something else to shoot at.
Kris Osborn
September 14, 2020
Fox News
In an amazing first, an artillery cannon took out a cruise missile.
Kris Osborn
September 2, 2020
Fox News
The U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force each have their own secure information-sharing combat network technology programs. But what if those programs were combined?
John Kroger
August 20, 2020
With no connectivity and little diversity, the military's hub may soon be a threat to national security.
Kris Osborn
August 6, 2020
Fox News
U.S. nuclear triad exist to ensure a decisive retaliatory strike.
Kris Osborn
July 17, 2020
Fox News
As Navy helicopters and San Diego firefighters have finally extinguished a troubling, two-area blaze onboard the USS Bonhomme Richard amphibious assault ship, many are pausing to consider the strategic, tactical and humanitarian value of big-deck amphibious assault ships.
By Stacy Liberatore For
July 16, 2020
Mail Online
The US Navy is rolling out proximity tracking program to determine how effective social distancing policies are at limiting the spread of the virus and is set to use a specialized wearable to track soldiers.
Warrior Maven
June 25, 2020
Fox News
Maybe it will take out missiles beyond the earth's atmosphere, incinerate targets well beyond the horizon with high-powered laser weapons and instantly stop a multi-faceted series of incoming attacks all at the same time? Perhaps it will use AI-empowered algorithms to launch a large fleet of networked surface, air and undersea drones, able to launch coordinated attacks at long ranges?
Chris Ciaccia
June 24, 2020
Fox News
On Tuesday, the Senate Intelligence Committee made the unusual request to ask the Pentagon for a detailed, unclassified report on unidentified aerial phenomena that some believe may not be of this world. One expert thinks this may stem from lawmakers being "disturbed" by what they heard.
Boston Herald Wire Services
June 23, 2020
Boston Herald
A utility company was ordered Tuesday to pay a $53 million criminal fine for causing a series of natural gas explosions in Massachusetts that killed one person and damaged dozens of homes.
Kris Osborn
June 19, 2020
Fox News
The Navy is launching armed attack planes from the deck of its USS Ford carrier to prepare the new ship for major warfare on the open seas, by launching F/A-18 Super Hornets and helicopters equipped with ordnance for combat missions.
James Rogers
June 11, 2020
Fox News
The wreck of a high-speed patrol boat commanded by John F. Kennedy during World War II has been discovered in New York's Harlem River.
BS Web Team & PTI
June 8, 2020
Covid-related social distancing norms have been catered on board INS Shardul and the ship has been especially provisioned for the evacuation operation
Kris Osborn
May 29, 2020
Fox News
The Navy's vision and mission scope for its emerging new combat-capable frigate includes the ability to destroy swarming small boat attacks, operate undersea and aerial drones, support carrier strike groups, conduct disaggregated operations, attack enemies with an over-the-horizon missile and engage in advanced surface and anti-submarine warfare.
May 15, 2020
International Business Times UK
Newly released documents uncover eight incidents of UFO encounters in the span of six years.
Katie Mack
May 6, 2020
Scientific American Blog Network
I'm an astrophysicist, but that doesn't mean I have a motivation to debunk them
Brendan Borrell
April 30, 2020
Stopping this pandemic will depend on scientists' ability to form partnerships across borders. President Trump has only made us weaker at this game.
Kris Osborn
April 15, 2020
Fox News
Small groups of COVID-19 patients have now been discharged from the Navy's USNS Comfort in New York City after recovering from the virus, service officials tell Warrior.
April 8, 2020
The Telegraph
The controversial incident, described as 'very unfortunate' by Donald Trump, is the latest in a series involving US Navy leaders
Kris Osborn
April 10, 2020
Fox News
Navy helicopters are delivering respirators to health care crew members on board the USNS Comfort now treating patients in support of COVID-19 response efforts in the New York City area, Navy officials said.
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