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    Connecticut native turns over Navy command after 41-year career

    A Connecticut native, Captain Daniel Rossler, turned over command Friday after a more than four-decade career in the U.S. Navy.

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    On July 1, Rear Admiral William Kelly will become president of Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Va.
    The United States Coast Guard Academy graduated 243 students at its 142nd commencement Wednesday, preparing to send many to far-off cutters following their demanding but community-building 200-week educational journey.
    President Biden is expected to nominate the chief of staff of the Air Force, Gen. Charles "CQ" Brown Jr., to serve as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, choosing a d...
    Superintendents sign letter of intent to resume in-person academic exchanges and training

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    New London ― “I hear your story; this is mine,” Coast Guard Academy cadets from different years said as they got up to the podium in Leamy Hall one by one Friday morning...
    FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — Nine people were killed in a crash involving two Army Black Hawk helicopters conducting a nighttime training exercise in Kentucky, a military sp...
    Veterans spoke at a ceremony the sub base held for National Vietnam War Veterans Day, which occurs every March 29.
    As a New London native with family in the area, retired Coast Guard Capt. Andrea Marcille said she and her husband “made a very intentional position to fight hard to sta...
    After a 20-year Navy career that most recently included three and a half years as executive officer of Naval Submarine Base New London, Preston is returning to his roots.

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    Thursday night was the annual Billet Night at the Coast Guard Academy, when students in their fourth year find out where they’re headed after graduation on May 17.
    Washington ― The House of Representatives voted 350-80 Thursday to approve the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act, which the Senate will now consider. U.S. Rep. Joe ...
    Windham ― The Connecticut District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration is holding its inaugural and free Veteran Business Expo Nov. 2 at the Eastern CT Vete...
    Groton ― The Navy on Friday advanced 30 petty officers to the rank of chief petty officer, in the first large pinning ceremony held since before the pandemic. Designated ...
    In February, 24-year-old Navy sailor Kyle Mullen abruptly died after completing the Navy SEAL selection process's Hell Week - one of the U.S. military's most grueling co...
    According to Defense Department data, suicides among active-duty service members increased by more than 40% between 2015 and 2020.
    Groton ―U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney (D-Second District) announced Tuesday that the Navy has awarded Electric Boat a $532 million contract to provide lead yard support, develo...
    LA PORTE, Texas (AP) — It’s the only surviving battleship that served in both world wars, having fought Nazis and the Japanese Army during World War II. But the greatest ...
    New London ― Seven Coast Guard Academy cadets ordered off campus this month face “disenrollment” for failing to comply with the military’s COVID-19 vaccination mandate, ...
    Groton―Guided by tugboats a U.S. Navy floating dry dock departed the Naval Submarine Base on Friday bound for an even larger dry dock in Norfolk, Virginia for scheduled o...