Submarine Base Drills To Include Automatic Weapons FiringThe Navy submarine base in Groton is planning security drills that will include the firing of automatic weapons loaded with blanks.
Navy Developing Pyrrhotite Detector For ConcreteThe mineral has caused cracking and crumbling of foundations primarily in eastern Connecticut
Suit: Navy Discharged Woman Over Sexual Harassment ComplaintA Connecticut woman has filed a federal lawsuit alleging she received an ``other than honorable'' discharge from the U.S. Navy over a sexual harassment complaint she lodged against a superior.
Navy Beats Connecticut 28-24Aided by a questionable bit of clock management by the Huskies, Navy pulled out a 28-24 victory Saturday.
UConn Faces Navy In AAC OpenerFor the third time in three games, Navy will have a different starting quarterback operating the complex triple option.
Lawmakers Say Keep Marine One Maintenance In ConnecticutConnecticut's congressional delegation is urging the U.S. Navy to suspend any possible plans to shift maintenance of the Marine One presidential helicopter fleet from Sikorsky Aircraft in Stratford to a facility in Florida.
Fresh Salad At Sea: Military Considers Gardens Aboard SubsWhen a Navy submarine goes to sea on a monthslong voyage, the lettuce, tomatoes and other fresh fruits and vegetables on board run out in a week or two, forcing the crew to rely on canned, frozen or dehydrated products.
Move Over Drones, Driverless Cars -- Unmanned Ships Up NextIt's not only drones and driverless cars that may become the norm someday — ocean-faring ships might also run without captains or crews.
Navy Attack Sub Returns To Homeport In Groton
More Stress- Management Help For Submariners
Resolutions In Congress Cite Sub Industry In ConnecticutConnecticut's congressional delegation has introduced resolutions in the House and Senate to recognize the state's 100-year-old submarine heritage.
Joe D's Notebook: The Navy Recap