Navy Seeks to Prosecute Top Officers for Crashes

The commanding officers of two Naval destroyers that collided with commercial vessels in the western Pacific last year will face court-martial charges, the Navy said.

The First Photos of a Pearl Harbor Warship’s Watery Grave

The destroyer, the first to fire a shot “in anger” in Pearl Harbor at the start of the American involvement in World War II, was photographed this month at the bottom of the waters off the Philippines, where it sank in 1944.

Navy Orders New Training After Deadly Ship Collisions

The Navy’s top admiral ordered new procedures for vessel certification and more training for ship crews after a series of accidents this year in the western Pacific.

Questions Arise About Women Rescued After Months at Sea

Over five months, they say, they faced vicious sharks, fierce weather and an engine failure. But experts suggest there may be reason to doubt parts of their story.

Navy Collisions That Killed 17 Sailors Were ‘Avoidable,’ Official Inquiry Reports

Crew and basic navigational errors were to blame for two collisions between Navy ships and commercial vessels in the Western Pacific, the Navy’s top officer said Wednesday.