Gone Too Soon
Fallen SEAL Team Six Member Was a Secret Art Prodigy
‘DECADE OF CONCERN’
Top General Fears War With China and Russia at the Same Time
HOW MEMES HAPPEN
Here’s Why #HimToo Is Trending (It’s Not What You Think!)
A mom posted a picture of her son, saying he was a good boy whose romantic life was being curtailed due to a fear of being #MeToo’d. The hive did the rest.
Beijing Flaunts Its Takeover of South China Sea
China lands a strategic bomber in disputed territory, gauging how America will react at a time when Beijing appears to be outmaneuvering Washington on several fronts.
Inside the Secret Mission That Killed a Navy SEAL in Africa
An exclusive investigation into the fatal final days of SEAL Team 6 member Kyle Milliken in Somalia.
Why the U.S. Navy Keeps Crashing All of a Sudden
Four collisions in the past year is astronomical by naval standards. Blame Congress, ISIS, and North Korea.
When The One Percent Sent Sons to War
A century ago this week, the United States entered World War One. Unlike today, the children of America’s wealthiest families were the first into battle.
DEATH AT SEA
How a Rum-Soaked Navy Sobered Up
It’s been nearly 50 years since British sailors stopped getting a daily ration of liquor.
TALES FROM THE TRENCHES
Ship Fled 3,000 Miles to Escape Japanese
Built to ferry dry goods, the schooner Lanikai was destined for a boring life. Instead it found itself in a Hollywood blockbuster and racing to evade the Japanese invasion.