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US Navy SEAL pardoned by Trump described as ‘toxic’ and 'freaking evil' by comrades
A special operations soldier in the US Navy who was accused of war crimes and controversially pardoned by US President Donald Trump has been described as "toxic" and "freaking evil" by fellow troops who fought with him in Iraq, according to US media reports.
Iran, Pakistan navy chiefs discuss furthering cooperation
Commanders of Iran and Pakistan naval forces discussed collaboration between the two neighboring nations in a meeting in Islamabad.
Navy unveils homegrown drone
Iran’s Navy unveiled a homegrown combat drone on Saturday.
Three people including shooter killed at US Navy base in Florida
For the second time in two days, a deadly shooting has occurred at a US Navy base leaving at least three people dead and several others injured.
Iran Navy to receive sophisticated drones as part of ongoing equipment upgrade: Cmdr.
Iran Navy's commander says the force will soon be flying sophisticated unmanned aerial vehicles from its warships, saying the new gear will be even more versatile than the Navy's current lineup of drones in terms of range and other technologies.
Iran plans to build boats that can sail at 100 knots/h: IRGC Navy cmdr.
The top commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC)'s Navy says Iran plans to build speedboats that can sail at 100 knots (185 kilometers) per hour.
South Korea not invited to Japanese naval fleet review
South Korea will not participate in Japan’s naval fleet review in October, it said on Tuesday, as it had not been invited to a display its navy joined when the event was last held four years ago.
US Navy test fires 4 submarine-launched ballistic missiles amid Russia tensions
The United States military has test fired four submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs), amid an emerging arms race with Russia.
Iran’s Navy launches second day of its drill in Caspian Sea
The Iranian Navy launched the second day of its massive war game in the territorial waters of the Caspian Sea, employing its missile-launching warships and helicopters as well as Navy commandos.
Navy to stage drill in Caspian Sea soon: Cmdr.
Commander of the Iranian Navy Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi said on Saturday that his forces are slated to carry out a massive wargame in the Caspian Sea in near future.
Navy chief: Iran observes all US ships in Persian Gulf region
Iran observes all US ships in the Persian Gulf region and has an archive of images of their daily movements, the head of Iran’s Navy, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, said on Tuesday, according to the Young Journalists Club (YJC) website.
Iran, Russia to hold drill in Persian Gulf
Iranian and Russian military forces will stage a rare naval drill in the Persian Gulf later this year, the commander of Iran’s Navy said Monday.
Iranian, Chinese navy commanders discuss closer cooperation
Commander of the Iranian Navy Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi and his Chinese counterpart exchanged views about a range of issues, including ways to boost “operational cooperation” between the two navies.
US Navy ships pass through Taiwan Strait amid tensions with China
The US Navy has sent two ships through the strategic Taiwan Strait, in a move that is likely to aggravate Washington’s already-high tensions with China, which views the self-ruled island as part of its territory.
US navy sailor charged with luring minors to share explicit images
A US Navy sailor has been charged with convincing over a dozen young girls online to share explicit images of themselves, amid concerns about growing instances of sexual abuse among American military personnel.

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