Pentagon Awards $415 Million Contract for N95 Decontamination Units
Only days after increasing N95 mask production by 39 million over next 90 days, the Pentagon authorizes $415 million for N95 decontamination units.
Why Are the Navy Hospital Ships Mercy and Comfort Sitting Nearly Empty?
Bogged down by bureaucracy and seemingly senseless procedure, the Mercy and Comfort—once viewed as saviors to the East and West Coasts—remain nearly empty.
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US Navy Public Perception Sinking Quick During Coronavirus Response
From barely used hospital ships to Capt. Crozier's firing, Secretary Thomas Modly's resignation signals the latest SNAFU in the Navy coronavirus response.
Military COVID-19 Infections Jumped Nearly 50 Percent Over the Weekend
U.S. military COVID-19 infections nearly doubled over the weekend, brining scrutiny to current DOD measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Martial Law Lite: Has the Constitution Been Set Ablaze by a Police State?
A conspiracists' view of lockdown and shelter-in-place policy currently sweeping across the country adds up to a police state version of martial law lite.
WATCH: A Pair of Oregon WWII Veterans Beat COVID-19
Bill Kelly, 95, and William Lapschies, 104, veterans who both served in the Pacific in WWII, incredibly each just beat COVID-19.
Engineer Attempts to Ram Train Into USNS Mercy Hospital Ship in LA
Engineer Eduardo Moreno tried to ram a Pacific Harbor Line train into the 'suspicious' USNS Mercy hospital ship at port in Los Angeles.
Navy Captain Pleads for Help Aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt
Navy Captain Brett Crozier says 'Sailors do not need to die,' in a plea for help as COVID-19 cases explode aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Coronavirus Claims First American Military Casualty in New Jersey Guard
After being hospitalized since March 21, NJ Army National Guardsman Douglas Linn Hickok has become the first American military casualty due to coronavirus.