Navy Reverses Stance On Capt. Brett Crozier Reinstatement As USS Theodore Roosevelt CommanderDefense officials said Friday that Navy Captain Brett Crozier will not be reinstated as commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, after an investigation found fault with his attempts to stop the spread of the coronavirus aboard the ship.
Navy Recommends Reinstating Capt. Brett Crozier To Command USS Theodore RooseveltThe Navy recommended to Defense Secretary Mark Esper that Capt. Brett Crozier, a native of Santa Rosa, be restored to command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Coronavirus Update: Santa Rosa Classmates Give Video Salute To Dismissed Naval Commander Brett CrozierSanta Rosa High School classmates of Navy Capt. Brett Crozier, who was dismissed as commander of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt after publicly raising fears of a growing coronavirus outbreak on the ship, posted a YouTube video over the weekend showing their pride and support of the 1988 fellow graduate.
Report: Santa Rosa Navy Captain Ousted for Leaked Memo Tests Positive for CoronavirusSanta Rosa native Capt. Brett Crozier, removed from command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt last week after warning that action was needed to save the lives of his crew from a coronavirus outbreak, has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a widely-circulated report on Sunday.
U.S. Navy Admits UFOs Captured On Video Exist; Expert Speculates They're From EarthThe U.S. Navy has finally admitted the existence of the unidentified flying objects their pilots captured on video that had the world speculating that they could be extraterrestrial life.
California Navy Veteran Sentenced to 10 Years in Iran PrisonA U.S. Navy veteran from Southern California has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran, becoming the first American known to be imprisoned there since Pres. Trump took office.
Small Radioactive Object Discovered At Controversial Hunters Point DevelopmentThe discovery of a small radioactive naval deck marker in the soil at the former Hunters Point Naval Shipyard has further inflamed debate over the safety of the redevelopment project.
U.S. Navy Rescues 2 Boaters, 2 Dogs After 5 Months Adrift In PacificTwo American sailors and their two dogs were rescued Wednesday after surviving five months at sea in the Pacific after their sailboat's engine failed in May.
Fleet Week Navy Crew Rescues Man from S.F. BayA U.S. Navy crew jumped into action Friday evening, pulling a man out of the bay near Pier 34.
Former Defense Contractor Executives Plead Guilty In U.S. Navy Bribery ScandalTwo former executives of a defense contractor linked to an international Navy bribery scandal have pleaded guilty to federal charges in San Diego.
Fleet Week Kicks Off In San Francisco With Full Schedule Of EventsMore than 2,000 sailors, Marines and members of the U.S. Coast Guard and the Royal Canadian Navy are expected to descend upon San Francisco in preparation for Fleet Week starting Monday.
Blue Angels Pilot Error Blamed For Deadly Crash In TennesseeWith San Francisco Fleet Week less than a month away, a Navy report released Thursday cited pilot error as the primary cause of a crash that claimed the life of a Blue Angels flier.
U.S. Navy Names Ship After Gay Rights Icon Harvey MilkU.S. Navy officials on Tuesday are naming a naval ship after former San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk at a ceremony on Treasure Island.
From SEAL To Silicon Valley, Special Ops Vets Head To StartupsA growing number of U.S. special forces veterans are heading into the tech industry.
Aerobatic Blue Angels Delight Hundreds Of Thousands - But Not SF Supervisor AvalosTens of thousands crowded the waterfront to catch a glimpse of the Blue Angels' Fleet Week airshow, but S.F. supervisor John Avalos took to Twitter and sounded a sour note.