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PACIFIC OCEAN (Dec. 3, 2022) An F/A-18E Super Hornet, from the “Kestrels” of Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 137, launches off the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz (CVN 68). Nimitz is underway conducting routine operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kenneth Lagadi)
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The aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford returned to Norfolk, Virginia, on Saturday, concluding its first deployment a little less than two months after its departure.
After getting underway Oct. 4, the carrier and its strike group focused on air defense and anti-subsurface warfare, distributed maritime operations and conducted a transfer of authority with NATO.
HONOLULU — A U.S. Navy officer stationed in Hawaii cannot be denied a firearms permit solely because he sought counseling for feeling depressed and homesick, a federal judge ruled.
Michael Santucci, a cryptologic warfare officer from Fort Myers, Florida, saw a medical provider at a military hospital for feelings of depression and homesickness a few months after arriving in Hawaii last year, according to his lawsuit, filed in April.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A Navy sailor who was injured while helping prevent further harm during a shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado last weekend says he “simply wanted to save the family that I found.”
Information Systems Technician 2nd Class Thomas James made his first public comments on the shooting in a statement issued Sunday through Centura Penrose Hospital in Colorado Springs, where he continues to recover from injuries suffered during the shooting.
BEIJING — The U.S. Navy on Tuesday dismissed Beijing’s protests over a “freedom of navigation operation” conducted near a Chinese-held island in the South China Sea, in the latest incident drawing new attention to one of the world’s potential military flashpoints.
The Navy is investigating what led to two service ships nearly colliding Tuesday in San Diego Bay.
The purported close call involved the guided-missile destroyer Momsen and the dock landing ship Harpers Ferry.
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