The Navy League will honor a sailor from the Electronic Attack Wing, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CVWP) as Enlisted Woman of the Year, according to a feature on the Navy website. Logistics Specialist 1st Class (AW) B. Chi Porter will be one of two selections who will be recognized during the 39th Annual San Diego Naval […]

If there is something that is interesting to watch on the big screen, it will be that which one cannot easily experience in ordinary life. So is it really a big surprise to realize that the SEALs and their lives will make for an interesting movie. We have seen it all before, with Charlie Sheen’s […]

With each passing day it seems like the charges leveled against Navy SEALs Matthew McCabe, Julio Huertas and Jonathan Keefe are unraveling at the seams. In previous posts, we shared with you how Cmdr. Tierney Carlos ordered the granting of immunity for five of McCabe, Huertas and Keefe’s SEAL comrades who will serve as witnesses […]

Before the first year of his presidency ended, President Barack Obama had shared his administration’s new strategy for the situation in Afghanistan, which included the deployment of more troops. Since then he had hoped to visit the country, but plans have been pushed back a couple of times or so, and has received criticism for […]

We found an interesting “fact-check” article by Carole Fader at The Florida Times-Union – Jacksonville website that we thought is worth sharing with you. It involves an e-mail with a photo of a trident-riddled casket that has been making the rounds in the Internet, a casket that is said to be Medal of Honor recipient […]

March 29 marks the last day of Phoenix Navy Week 2010. The schedule for the day is as follows, based on the events calendar at the Navy Week website. The day starts bright and early for Rear Admiral Barry Bruner, who will meet with former Navy Rear Admiral Bill Putnam at 7 in the morning. […]