‘Balls Are Complete’: How a Navy Jet Crew Drew a Massive Penis in the Sky

A Navy probe revealed who was responsible for the contrails phallus.
Sarah Emerson

Whale Freed From Harness Was 'Likely' Trained by Russian Navy

We talked to the Norwegian marine biologist who freed a beluga whale from a harness that said "Equipment of St. Petersburg."
Sarah Emerson

Watch the Discovery of a Long-Lost WWII Cruiser, the USS Helena

The ship was torpedoed and sunk in July 1943.
Becky Ferreira

US Navy Accused of Tech Piracy

The Navy is entangled in two long-running federal court cases involving intellectual property theft.
David Axe
Vice Guide to Right Now

Watch New Declassified Footage of a Navy Encounter with a UFO

If you’re wondering whether Blink 182 is somehow involved in this, the answer is "yes, of course they are."
Mack Lamoureux
fish and ships

The Military Wants Genetically-Modified Sea Creatures to Snitch on Enemy Ships

Critics of the militarization of marine life say the problem with a new DARPA program is moral, not practical.
David Axe
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The US Navy Bought Its First Big Laser Cannon

New, drone-frying weapon could go to sea in 2020.
David Axe
All Fronts

The Navy Can't Afford $1 Million 'Smart' Shells for Its $4 Billion Battleships

Meanwhile, its ultra-versatile new $440 million warship is frozen to a dock in Canada.
David Axe
All Fronts

Trump's 'Impossible' Plan for a 350-Ship Navy Is Sinking Fast

The scheme is "more than unrealistic,” a Congressional shipbuilding expert told Motherboard.
David Axe
ARA San Juan

‘Really Bad’ Wind and Waves Are Pummeling Rescuers Trying to Find That Lost Argentine Sub

What search crews need is calm weather—and any hint of the location of the sub and its 44 crew members.
David Axe
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Navy Pilot Drew This Giant Dick in the Sky

"We find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value."
Drew Schwartz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Bizarre Story of Two Women Lost at Sea Keeps Getting Weirder

The tale has some serious inconsistencies—and now the women say the fishermen who found them were actually trying to kill them.
River Donaghey