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  • Anzio, Hué City Leave the Fleet as Navy Cruiser Decommissionings Continue
    After more than 30 years in the Navy, USS Anzio (CG-68) and USS Hué City (CG-66) decommissioned this week. Anzio, which was commissioned May 2, 1992, ceremonially left the fleet on Thursday during a ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk, Va., in a ceremony attended by the current crew and plankowners of the ship. Hué City‘s decommissioning […]
  • Carrier Ronald Reagan Makes Rare South Korean Port Call, Russian Ships Active Near Japan
    USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) made a port call to the Republic of Korea on Friday, the Navy announced. It’s the first port call of a U.S. carrier to South Korea in four years. Reagan pulled into Busan with cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG-62) and destroyer USS Barry (DDG-52). Destroyer USS Benfold (DDG-65) pulled in at Chinhae […]
  • GAO Report on Information Threats to National Security
    The following is the recently released Government Accountability Office report, Information Environment: Opportunities and Threats to DOD’s National Security Mission. From the report What GAO Found Given the ubiquitous nature of the information environment, both DOD and adversaries can conduct operations and activities in the information environment from anywhere in the world. Additionally, with DOD […]
  • Marines Clear ACVs to Return to Open Water with Restrictions
    The Marines cleared the Amphibious Combat Vehicle to return to sea for training after a two-month pause following an incident that disabled two ACVs in California, the service announced on Thursday afternoon. The service took the ACVs out of the water days after heavy surf tipped over two of the vehicles, disabling them, off the […]