US Navy dismisses first-ever woman commander of missile destroyer USS Hopper, cites ‘leadership issues’
Commander Kathryn Dawley took command of the USS Hopper in April 2020 and was the first-ever woman to do so. According to the Pacific Fleet, her removal from command was “due to a loss of confidence in her leadership.”
New Delhi conveys concern to Washington over US Navy carrying out operations in Indian waters without consent
Earlier today, the US Navy issued a statement alleging that it conducted operations in Indian EEZ without seeking its consent
US Navy boasts that it broke Indian maritime rules, conducts FONOP off Lakshadweep Islands inside India’s EEZ
The US Navy has boasted that they had carried out Freedom of Navigation operations 130 nautical miles off Lakshadweep, inside India's EEZ.
‘Social media literacy is national security’: US Chief of Naval Operations raises privacy concerns over Chinese app TikTok
Raising apprehensions on the privacy of the Chinese app users, the US Navy Chief of Information stated that one needn't be a think tank expert to understand how important it has always been for the Chinese government to have control over information.
WATCH: Aliens Confirmed? Pentagon releases footage of ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’ captured by US Navy
The Pentagon has formally released three unclassified footage captured by the US Navy which shows interactions with 'unidentified aerial phenomena'.
US President Donald Trump orders the navy to shoot down and destroy Iranian gunboats if they harass American ships in the gulf
The US military had reported last week that 11 vessels from Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy (IRGCN) came dangerously close to the US navy's six warships in a 'provocative way' in the Persian Gulf.