U.S. Naval Academy Band Creating a New Tradition

For the first time in 164 years, the U.S. Navy band’s Master Chief Musician is a woman, Amy Jarjoura.

Army Beer: Maryland Pub Brews Something Special for Navy Fans

ANNAPOLIS — When it comes to traditions, few run deeper than Army versus Navy. And in Annapolis it’s a tradition where NAVY usually gets the upper hand. But with the opening of a local pub, it may come down to a battle of the suds.

Medical Marijuana Supporters Look for Change from Congress

The Senate passage of legislation allowing VA doctors to recommend medical marijuana use to their patients is a step in the right direction but medical marijuana supporters want to see a change in federal regulation.

One Million Veterans to be Focus of Federal Disease Research Project

Mega bio-bank under construction to study how genes affect veterans’ health.

Wreaths for Fallen Soldiers

A last minute change of fortune for Wreaths Across America volunteer Kristina Seidel who was seeking sufficient donations to place Christmas wreaths on the graves at the Annapolis Veterans Cemetery. For the first time every one of the 2,996 graves will be presented a wreath on December 12th.

New Technology Revealed at 2015 Naval Force Expo

New Robot technology revealed on the first day of the Naval Force Expo on February 4th 2015.

Navy Looks for Technology Advances

The Navy’s high-tech future was on display for all to see Wednesday at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

Navy Yard Community Remembers the Victims of Shooting on Anniversary

Community members held a commemoration ceremony for the victims of the September 16, 2013 Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C.

Navy base conducts active shooter scenario

WASHINGTON – The Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling held an active shooter exercise this week as part of a larger Navy-wide security scenario.

Army and Navy Get Pumped Up For Big Game With Academy Spirit Videos

Army-Navy compete on the football field, and on YouTube, through spirit videos.