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  1. Adm. William E. Gortney, commander of U.S. Fleet Forces Command, addresses the Surface Navy Association Symposium on Jan. 15 in Arlington, Va. Mike Morones / Staff

    Navy Fleet Boss: 9-Month Deployments Unsustainable

    A new deployment plan billed as a way to make US Navy life easier on sailors and their families will provide more time in port than the six-month deployment model, the fleet's top boss said Tuesday.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
  2. Raytheon's air missile defense radar is meant to increase detection range, according to the company. Raytheon illustration

    Raytheon Moving Out On Air Missile Defense Radar

    With a temporary work stoppage lifted, Raytheon is working to develop its air missile defense radar (AMDR) for the US Navy's future Aegis destroyers.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
  3. Energy Focus' LED rack lamp comes with a USB drive, as seen at this week's Sea-Air-Space Exposition. David Larter / staff

    Rack Lamp 2.0

    Anyone who has spent time in an enlisted berth knows it's kind of a dive, despite the executive officer's best efforts. And for sailors, it's the little things that matter.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
  4. A sailor aboard the dock landing ship Ashland signals to an MV-22B Osprey with Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 265 (Reinforced) as it takes off Nov. 22 to deliver supplies to the Philippines during Operation Damayan. U.S. relief efforts were hampered by the lack of available amphibious ships, according to the assistant commandant of the Marine Corps. Gunnery Sgt. Ismael Pena / Marine Corps

    Paxton: Lack of Ships Hurt Typhoon Relief Mission in Philippines

    After a super typhoon swept through the Philippines last year, US Marines and sailors arrived to bring aid, evacuate survivors and work to limit the death toll, which had climbed into the thousands.

    • Apr. 8, 2014
  5. Italy's AgustaWestland is offering a variant of its AW109 to serve as a US Navy training helicopter. AgustaWestland

    AgustaWestland Pitches AW119 for US Navy Helicopter Trainer

    Helicopter maker AgustaWestland is touting the capabilities of its American-built AW119Kx as a candidate to replace the US Navy's current fleet of training choppers.

    • Apr. 7, 2014
  6. The amphibious assault ship Peleliu, front, sails the with amphibious transport dock ship Green Bay, middle, and amphibious dock landing ship Rushmore last year in the Pacific Ocean. CNO Adm. Jonathan Greenert said April 7 the Navy's goal was to grow to 308 ships over the next five years, but sequestration spending cuts would limit the fleet's size. Navy

    CNO: Cutbacks Reducing US Navy's Surge Readiness

    The US Navy's top officer warned Monday that deep budget cuts have hampered the Navy's ability to surge in a crisis, saying that the service could only surge deploy one carrier strike group and one amphibious ready group under current levels.

    • Apr. 7, 2014
  7. The aircraft carriers Harry S. Truman, rear, and George H.W. Bush pass in the Gulf of Aden on March 22. Truman's next deployment will be the first under the Navy's new Optimized Fleet Response Plan. US Navy

    Fleet's New Deployment Plan To Lock In 8-Month Cruises

    The fleet is set to go full steam ahead with its latest fleet response plan, in hopes of locking in deployment lengths after years of long cruises and shifting schedules that have strained the fleet.

    • Apr. 6, 2014
  8. Vice Adm. John Miller is commander, US Naval Forces Central Command Commander and US 5th Fleet/Combined Maritime Forces. Christopher P. Cavas/staff

    Interview: Vice Adm. John Miller

    After nearly two years at the helm of the US Navy's efforts in the Middle East, Vice Adm. John Miller has experienced the push and pull of international relations around the gulf region.

    • Apr. 6, 2014
  9. An air-cushioned landing craft loaded with gear from the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit is set to launch from the well deck of the US Navy's amphibious transport dock Mesa Verde. The US Marine Corps is vigorously refocusing on seaborne operations after years of land-based combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. US Navy

    New US Marine Concept Re-establishes Maritime Roots

    The US Marine Corps is in a period of transition, working to reconstitute itself as a sea-based fighting force after more than a decade of fighting land wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    • Apr. 6, 2014

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