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Navy: Military branch of service primarily concerned with naval warfare
A navy or sea force is the branch of a nation's armed forces principally designated for naval and amphibious warfare; namely, lake-borne, riverine, littoral, or ocean-borne combat operations and related functions. It includes anything conducted by surface ships, amphibious ships, submarines, and seaborne aviation, as well as ancillary support, communications, training, and other fields. The strategic offensive role of a navy is projection of force into areas beyond a country's shores. The strategic defensive purpose of a navy is to frustrate seaborne projection-of-force by enemies. The strategic task of the navy also may incorporate nuclear deterrence by use of submarine-launched ballistic missiles. Naval operations can be broadly divided between riverine and littoral applications, open-ocean applications, and something in between, although these distinctions are more about strategic scope than tactical or operational division.

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Vande Bharat Mission: 127 Indian nationals arrived from Bahrain, quarantined at School for Naval Airmen in Kochi [Video]

Vande Bharat Mission: 127 Indian nationals arrived from Bahrain, quarantined at School for Naval Airmen in Kochi

The 127 Indian nationals who arrived at Cochin International Airport, from Bahrain by a special Gulf Air flight have been quarantined at a School for Naval Airmen (SFNA). The deportees were brought..

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Watch: Indian Navy showers petals over Goa Medical College [Video]

Watch: Indian Navy showers petals over Goa Medical College

The Indian Navy showered petals over over Goa Medical College on May 03. The Navy chopper showered petals over the hospital. The aerial salute by the Indian Navy was paid to the medical personnel..

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Navy Recommends Reinstating Captain Fired Over Coronavirus Warning [Video]

Navy Recommends Reinstating Captain Fired Over Coronavirus Warning

US Navy/MCS 3rd Class Nicholas Huynh Navy leaders have recommended that Capt. Brett Crozier, former commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, be reinstated, The New York Times..

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Former Navy Captain: NHS Nightingale staff will need lasting support after coronavirus pandemic [Video]

Former Navy Captain: NHS Nightingale staff will need lasting support after coronavirus pandemic

A former commanding officer at Camp Bastion’s pop-up military hospital has issued a pep-talk to staff working at the new NHS Nightingale hospitals, telling them: “There is an end to this, you will..

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Detained U.S. Navy veteran freed by Iran, en route home

detained u.s. navy veteran freed by iran, en route home
WASHINGTON — A Navy veteran detained in Iran for nearly two years has been released and started making his way home, with the first leg on a Swiss government aircraft, U.S. officials said Thursday...
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Iran Frees Navy Veteran Held for Two Years

The release of Michael R. White, announced by his mother in the United States, came a day after an Iranian scientist held by the American authorities was returned to Iran.
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Sneaky sailor can't stop surprising his family

CSSN Pedro Ivan DeLeon joined the Navy in 2017. He has made it his mission to make this return home memorable for his family.
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Active shooter 'neutralized' at Texas naval air station, one sailor hurt

An active shooter at the Navy's Corpus Christi air station in Texas has been "neutralized," with one security force member injured in events that unfolded in the early morning hours, the Navy said on..
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Gunman Stopped at Texas Naval Base, Officials Say

A spokeswoman for the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi said the gunman was “neutralized.” A member of the base’s security force was injured, the Navy said.
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Texas naval air station reports active shooter, locks down: Navy

The U.S. Navy said on Thursday it is aware of reports of a possible active shooter at a naval air station in Corpus Christi, Texas.
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Navy Reports Describe Encounters With Unexplained Flying Objects

While some of the encounters have been reported publicly before, the Navy records are an official accounting of the incidents, including descriptions from the pilots of what they saw.
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In Guam, the Aircraft Carrier Roosevelt Is Still Battling the Virus

A sailor infected with the coronavirus was quickly whisked off the ship, which is docked in Guam as Navy officials prepare for the vessel to deploy.
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Navy to evacuate 700 more from Maldives


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730 Indians leave Maldives on Navy ship

Over 730 stranded Indian nationals are now headed home from the Maldives on board amphibious warship INS Jalashwa under Phase-I of the major "Samudra Setu" (sea bridge) evacuation operation launched by..
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Operation Samudra Setu: Around 2,000 Indians to be evacuated from Maldives on 2 Navy ships in first phase

About 4500 of approximately 27,000 Indians in the Maldives have conveyed the wish to travel back, sources said.
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Navy suffering from 'failure in leadership', says nominee to lead it

The handling of a coronavirus outbreak aboard the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier was just another example of a "failure in leadership" in the Navy in recent years, President Donald Trump's nominee..
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Coronavirus Concerns Flare Up Again on Stricken Carrier Roosevelt

For the second time in about a month, the Navy is weighing crew safety against war readiness aboard the Theodore Roosevelt.
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13 countries, 64 flights, 3 Navy warships: How govt plans to bring back over 14,000 stranded Indians in phase 1


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Coronavirus pandemic, unemployment claims, 'Parks and Recreation' returns: 5 things to know Thursday

Navy hospital ship Comfort to depart New York, millions of jobless claims expected, 'Parks and Recreation' returns and more things to know Thursday.
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Here's the Blue Angels' view as they flyover Philadelphia to salute health care heroes

This is what it looked like in a Blue Angels' cockpit as the Navy's flight demonstration squadron flew over Philadelphia to salute health care heroes.
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Navy Leaders Recommend Reinstating Roosevelt Captain Fired Over Virus Warning

Capt. Brett E. Crozier, who was removed from command after sending a letter pleading for help to fight the coronavirus on his aircraft carrier, was largely cleared after Navy review.
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840 USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors test positive for COVID-19, Navy says

All of the sailors from the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier have been tested, according to the Navy. Positive test results climbed to 840.
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Coronavirus in California: Antibody Testing in L.A.

Tuesday: Early study results suggest the virus may be more prevalent than previously known. Also: An assignment shift for the Navy hospital ship Mercy.
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Two U.S. warships in South China Sea amid China-Malaysia standoff

Two U.S. warships are operating in the South China Sea, the Navy said on Tuesday, with three regional security sources saying they were near an area of a standoff between China and Malaysia.
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'Combat-ready, mission-capable': Navy says COVID-19 cases at shore establishment, all vessels in full readiness

Twenty-six sailors who were tested positive for coronavirus in Mumbai belong to INS Angre, a shore establishment, Navy said.
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Coronavirus latest updates: 20 Navy personnel test positive in Mumbai


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U.S. sailor from coronavirus-hit aircraft carrier in ICU

A sailor from the coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt was in an intensive care unit (ICU) in Guam, the Navy said on Tuesday, a day after another sailor from the carrier died after..
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Navy develops air evacuation pod for coronavirus patients

The indigenously designed and fabricated an Air Evacuation Pod (AEP) will help the evacuation team to safely shift coronavirus-infected persons from ships and islands in a fully sealed patient transfer..
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Sailor on Roosevelt, Whose Captain Pleaded for Help, Dies From Coronavirus

The death came as Navy officials continued to struggle to combat the infection that has crippled the nuclear-powered Theodore Roosevelt, now docked in Guam.
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AP Top Stories April 13 P

Here's the latest for Monday, April 13th: Strong storms kill at least 19 in the Deep South; Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the 'worst is over' in New York; Navy reports first virus death among USS Theodore..
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First Navy Sailor From USS Theodore Roosevelt Dies of Coronavirus

first navy sailor from uss theodore roosevelt dies of coronavirus
A Navy sailor who tested positive for the coronavirus while aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt has died, the Navy reported Monday. He is the first sailor to die from the virus, a spokesman said. The..
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Kashmiri, Ladakhi evacuees from Iran return home

After being evacuated from Iran, the 44-member team were put up at the Navy's facility at Material Organisation, Ghatkopar on March 13.
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‘There Will Be Losses’: How a Captain’s Plea Exposed a Rift in the Military

The coronavirus crisis aboard the carrier Theodore Roosevelt spurred another chapter in the hollowing out of the Navy’s leadership, in particular under the Trump administration.
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Another 103 sailors from U.S. carrier test positive for coronavirus

Another 103 crew members on the U.S. aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt have tested positive for the coronavirus, the Navy said on Saturday, bringing the total number of cases from the ship to 550.
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How an Island Oasis Became the Epicenter of the Navy’s Coronavirus Outbreak

An outbreak aboard an aircraft carrier has left local officials in Guam to contend with the arrival of hundreds of infected sailors, while they also try to protect the island’s population.
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Vital assets like ships, submarines must remain free from coronavirus: Navy chief to personnel

"We need to double our efforts to ensure that our personnel and their families continue to remain safe...We also have to make sure that our operational assets, especially ships and submarines, remain..
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General says coronavirus could affect more ships

Pentagon leaders anticipate that the coronavirus is likely to strike more Navy ships at sea after an outbreak aboard an aircraft carrier in the Pacific infected more than 400 sailors, a top general..
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Coronavirus in California: How Many Patients Are on the U.S.N.S Mercy?

Thursday: The Navy hospital ship has been at the Port of Los Angeles since late last month. Also: Passover reflections.
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Navy Captain Firing: Pressure Mounts to Remove Leader Thomas Modly

Even President Trump, who initially backed the acting secretary’s handling of the issue, seemed to have second thoughts. “I may look into it,” the president told reporters.
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A Navy captain tries to save his sailors, and gets fired in the process

Navy secretary, in a transparent bid to appease President Trump, moves precipitously to relieve aircraft carrier captain of his command: Our view
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Trump says may jump into Navy furor after captain ridiculed in speech

U.S. President Donald Trump said he may get involved in a deepening crisis in the Navy after its top civilian on Monday ridiculed a revered former commander whose letter pleading for help for his..
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Fired Navy Carrier Captain Has Tested Positive for COVID-19: Report

fired navy carrier captain has tested positive for covid-19: report
Days after he was removed from his position as commanding officer of a Navy aircraft carrier, Capt. Brett Crozier has reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus illness he warned was spreading..
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U.S. defense chief backs Navy ouster amid report captain has coronavirus

U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper defended the Navy's controversial decision to remove the commander of a coronavirus-stricken aircraft carrier, who was reported on Sunday to have tested positive for..
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Number of infected crew on U.S. aircraft carrier rises to 155: Navy

The number of crew on the USS Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier who have tested positive for the coronavirus has risen 13% in the past 24 hours to 155, the Navy said on Saturday, in the wake of the..
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Edward Feightner, Test Pilot and World War II Ace, Dies at 100

Admiral Feightner played a leading role in the development of the Navy’s postwar jets.
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Senators demand probe of Navy's COVID-19 response: It has 'no idea how many potential hot spots it has'

Senators want an investigation of the Navy's handling of coronavirus and the firing of Capt. Brett Crozier, who asked for help for his stricken ship.
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Senators urge formal probe of Navy carrier commander's firing over coronavirus plea

A group of prominent Democratic senators formally requested on Friday that the Pentagon's independent Inspector General investigate the Navy's firing of the commander of the aircraft carrier Theodore..
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Sailors cheer for fired 'Captain Crozier' after Navy coronavirus infection email leak

USS Roosevelt sailors honor Captain Brett Crozier after the Navy removed him from command over an onboard coronavirus crisis.
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Captain of virus-stricken aircraft carrier fired

The captain of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier facing a growing outbreak of the coronavirus on his ship was fired Thursday by Navy leaders who said he created a panic by sending his memo pleading for help..
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Navy Removes Captain of Aircraft Carrier Stricken by Coronavirus

In a letter that leaked to the news media, the captain laid out the dire situation aboard the warship, and described what he said were the Navy’s failures to provide him with the resources to combat..
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Navy fires USS Theodore Roosevelt captain days after he pleaded for help for sailors with coronavirus

Capt. Brett Crozier had sent an urgent letter to the Navy, seeking to evacuate his crew as cases of coronavirus infection increased on the vessel.
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Onshore quarantine of U.S. aircraft carrier sailors begins on Guam

About 1,000 sailors from the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt - roughly a fifth of its crew - were under quarantine at a U.S. naval base on Guam on Thursday as the Navy sought to control a..
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