U.S. Will Keep Older Cluster Munitions, a Weapon Banned by 102 Nations

The Pentagon intends to keep indefinitely its legacy cluster munitions, more than 1.5 million of which are in South Korea.

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.

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.

2 Top Officers of Navy Ship John S. McCain Are Removed

The commanding and executive officers were relieved on Wednesday, nearly two months after the destroyer collided with a tanker near Singapore, leaving 10 sailors dead.

Navy Returns to Compasses and Pencils to Help Avoid Collisions at Sea

A top officer issued new orders to sailors worldwide as the Navy scrambled to make priorities of safety and maintenance after two deadly collisions in recent months.