At a ceremony on the San Francisco waterfront Saturday morning, an 844-foot-long amphibious assault vessel took her official place as the Navy’s newest member, the USS America.
The Parade of Navy Ships made its way under the Golden Gate Bridge for a special event Friday morning.
On Friday at 11 a.m., the Parade of Ships will start making its way from the Golden Gate Bridge to various piers along the Embarcadero.
It’s a San Francisco tradition celebrating military service that draws in tens of thousands of people to the waterfront. Here’s when and where you can watch.
Keeping the Blue Angels in the sky is no ordinary job. And on a tarmac crowded with plenty of men, there is crew chief Hanna Rains.
The roar of the Blue Angels flight squadron will rip through the sky as they perform in practice runs Thursday and Friday afternoon. Fulls shows will go on Saturday and Sunday for the first time in two years.
One of the lesser-known events associated with Fleet Week took place Tuesday at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital.
The U.S. Marines kicked off Fleet Week on Monday with a landing of an Osprey aircraft.
The weather might be the best reason to visit the Bay Area in the fall, but there are plenty of other reasons to visit as well.
Mayor Lee also points out the importance of disaster preparedness…