Navy

Former soldier tasked with getting Navy builder in shipshape

The new leader of Navy shipbuilder Bath Iron Works said he’s been rejuvenated by a shift from his former aerospace job to building ships.

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The Navy lays out a strategy to compete and win in cyberspace

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The Navy wants to teach robots to teach themselves in a learning-by-doing experiment

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Did you even know the government has a National Ice Center?

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Out of ‘pilot purgatory,’ Navy Reserve accelerating mission, readiness decisions

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FILE - Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro speaks at the 80th Pearl Harbor Anniversary ceremony at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021, in Honolulu. Del Toro announced Thursday, May 19, 2022, that a future destroyer will be named USS Telesforo Trinidad in honor of a Filipino sailor who rescued two crew members when their ship caught fire more than a century ago. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia,File)

Navy to break up some big contracts to increase small business participation

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Agencies should make internal workforce investments to improve AI implementation, experts say

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MC1 (AW/SW) Michael D. Colenavy ships carrier 7th fleet

Navy’s innovation hub preps three new ideas to attract, fund small innovators

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The long and twisted story of the biggest crook in Navy history

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Several military branches poised to miss recruitment targets for fiscal 2022

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You don’t speak DoDAF? The Navy feels your pain with its new plain language design concept

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Maryland couple plead guilty in submarine secrets sale case

A U.S. Navy nuclear engineer and his wife have entered new guilty pleas in a case in West Virginia involving the sale of secrets about nuclear submarines

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This Sept. 26, 2022, satellite image released by NASA shows Hurricane Ian growing stronger as it barreled toward Cuba. Ian was forecast to hit the western tip of Cuba as a major hurricane and then become an even stronger Category 4 with top winds of 140 mph (225 km/h) over warm Gulf of Mexico waters before striking Florida. (NASA Worldview/Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) via AP)

US Navy moves ships and aircraft out of the path of Hurricane Ian

In today’s Federal Newscast: The U.S. Navy moves ships and aircraft out of the path of Hurricane Ian. New ideas emerge to make oversight of federal IT…

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FILE - This undated photo provided by the U.S. Marshals Service shows Leonard Francis. The Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed “Fat Leonard,

Officials: Navy bribery case fugitive tried to get to Russia

Officials say a fugitive Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed “Fat Leonard” at the center of a Navy bribery scandal was trying to head to Russia before Venezuelan authorities captured him.

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