1. USS San Diego completes NASA Orion mission

    Amphibious transport dock USS San Diego (LPD 22) successfully completed recovery operations of the NASA Orion crew module Nov. 1.

    U.S. Navy divers operating from USS San Diego (LPD 22) prepare to tow a test version of NASA’s Orion Spacecraft. (U.S. Navy/PO1 Torrey W. Lee)
  2. USS Comstock, 11th MEU Marines support Keen Sword

    Sailors and Marines from the Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group are training with the Japan Self-Defense Forces as part of exercise Keen Sword, Nov. 4-11.

    In this file photo, amphibious assault vehicles depart USS Comstock (LSD 45) during a previous exercise in U.S. 7th Fleet. (USMC/Sgt. Melissa Wenger)
  3. USS Greeneville completes Western Pacific deployment

    The Los Angeles-class submarine returned home to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Nov. 3 after completing a six month deployment to U.S. 7th Fleet.

    Lt. Cmdr. Joseph Edwards is greeted by his wife and child following the return of USS Greeneville (SSN 772). (U.S. Navy/PO2 Michael H. Lee)
  4. USS Sampson departs Hawaii for New Zealand Fleet Review

    USS Sampson (DDG 102) departed Hawaii Nov. 3 to participate in the Royal New Zealand Navy International Naval Review in Auckland, New Zealand.

    USS Sampson (DDG 102) file photo. (U.S. Navy/PO3 Johans Chavarro)
  5. Amphibious Squadron 11 winds down regional patrol

    Ships of Amphibious Squadron 11 are returning to Sasebo, Japan, following a three-month Indo-Asia-Pacific patrol as part of the Bonhomme Richard Amphibious Readiness Group.

    Ships of the Bonhomme Richard Expeditionary Strike Group steam in formation during exercise Valiant Shield in September. (U.S. Navy/PO2 Kyle Carlstrom)
  6. Suicide survivor speaks to Sailors in Hawaii

    Chief Petty Officer Jeremy Kelsey shared his story of overcoming depression and attempted suicide during a recent Resilient Workforce summit at Pearl Harbor.

    In this file photo, Chief Petty Officer Jeremy Kelsey speaks during a previous readiness summit in Pearl Harbor. (U.S. Navy/PO3 Diana Quinlan)
  7. USS Ronald Reagan begins exercise Keen Sword 2017

    Keen Sword is a joint, bilateral field training exercise involving the U.S. military and Japan Self-Defense Force, and is designed to increase combat readiness and interoperability of the U.S.-Japan alliance.

    In this file photo, ships of the the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group steam in formation with Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ships during Annual Exercise in November 2015. (U.S. Navy/PO3 Nathan Burke)
  8. U.S., Japan to conduct amphibious operations in Keen Sword exercise

    U.S. forces are set to partner with the Japan Self-Defense Force in amphibious operations off of Guam and Tinian as part of Keen Sword 17, Nov. 1-11.

    Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ship JS Hyuga (DDH 181) sits along the pier in Guam, Oct. 31.  (U.S. Navy/Lt. Tim Gorman)
  9. Ballistic missile submarine Pennsylvania visits Guam

    USS Pennsylvania (SSBN 735) arrived at Apra Harbor Oct. 31 for a scheduled port visit.

    USS Pennsylvania (SSBN 735) approaches the pier in Guam, Oct. 31. (U.S. Navy/Seaman Daniel S. Willoughby)
  10. U.S., Cambodian forces combine for CARAT exercise

    The 7th annual Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) exercise in Cambodia kicked off at Ream Navy Base, Oct. 31.

    U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer Kristopher Sharrock shakes hands with a Royal Cambodian Navy sailor following a preventive maintenance class as part of CARAT Cambodia. (U.S. Navy/CPO Lowell Whitman)