A Highland High School graduate is proudly serving onboard U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG 67), one of the world’s most advanced warships.
CHICAGO | The patient had been shot on the streets of Chicago, but when Dr. Jared Bernard stood over his open body in the operating room, he could see that the single bullet had unleashed the same kind of massive infection inflicted by roadside bombs in Afghanistan.
Wray Loney went from working at Wonder Bread in Tolleston to spending the Korean War aboard the USS Missouri.
Christopher Rath, of Crown Point, was one of just 2,500 students selected from the U.S. and abroad to attend the U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar program in June.
Vice Adm. Kenneth E. Floyd relieved Vice Adm. Gerald R. Beaman as commander of the U.S. 3rd Fleet during a change of command and retirement ceremony held last month on the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) at Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, Calif.
One of the growing social issues of our time is the one-parent family. That usually means that a mother is the only parent. Just who manages such a family is, I guess we could say, the luck of the draw.
CHICAGO | This is Navy Week in Chicago, and visitors to Navy Pier will get an up-close look at some Navy warships.
LOWELL | Ninety-year-old ex-sailor and retired farmer Richard Wunderink, of Lowell, received an early Independence Day present this spring when he was selected for an Honor Flight trip to Washington D.C.
GARY | My name is Darwin J. Rollins. I am the son of Carol Williams. I'm in the U.S. Navy. Currently in on a 7 month deployment and I would like to send a special message to my daughter Ziyare.
SCHERERVILLE | Navy Fireman Michael L Huizenga, recently completed his U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, IL.
HAMMOND | Master-At-Arms Doug Robbins says he remembers everything about Sept. 11, 2001, and its aftermath better than he remembers yesterday.
Every year as Sept. 11 approaches, John Murphy's phone starts to ring.
Then-Rear Adm. Gerald R. Beaman, while he served as commander of Strike Force Training Pacific, is shown conducting an oath of enlistment for six new recruits at the Military Entrance Processing Station in Indianapolis in April 2007. Beaman, who has just been made Vice Admiral for the Third …
U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Gerald Beaman, who is a 1970 graduate of Hammond High School, began the latest chapter of his military career in April 2011 as the commander of the U.S. Navy Third Fleet headquartered in San Diego.
Living life in the U.S. Navy always seemed like a natural fit for Gerald Beaman, after his graduation from Hammond High School in 1970.
Jef Hasley of Schererville American Legion Post 485 gives sailor Adam Colella a "Challenger Coin" upon Colella's arrival back from the U.S. Navy.
Kyle Brown, left, and Chris Colella, Adam Colella's brother, post a sign on the pavillion at Rohrman Park to welcome the returning sailor home Saturday afternoon. Family, friends and representatives of Schererville American Legion Post 485 escorted the Schererville resident from Interstate 6…
Rhonda Colella kisses sailor Adam Colella upon his arrival at a "welcome home" party at Rohrman Park in Schererville.
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