The US has a long-term commitment to Bahrain and the region, a senior American naval officer has said.
"We have been here for more than 63 years and we look forward to a nice long time in the future as well," US Naval Fo
US Navy Seals boarded and took control of an oil tanker late on Sunday that had was seized earlier this month at a Libyan port by three armed men, the US Department of Defense said.
No one was hurt in the boarding operation, appro
The Libyan navy has prevented an oil tanker from loading crude at the eastern port of Es-Sider which has been seized by protesters, state-run National Oil Corp (NOC) said on Monday.
"The Libyan navy....dealt on Sunday with a
A plot to bomb the US Navy Base in Bahrain, two Royal palaces and the airport was revealed yesterday during the trial of five alleged terrorists.
Prosecutors claim a terror cell, made up of five men, planned to target key establis
Work on a major bridge connecting the US Navy base with the military port in Mina Salman is expected to complete next month.
The military project is part of a major $580 million expansion of the Naval Support Activity in Juffair,
A top US Navy official has revealed plans to boost US naval operations in Bahrain.
Chief of US Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan Greenert said there were plans to bring two more coastal patrol ships in spring, along with a long-te
Russia is sending a missile cruiser to the east Mediterranean to take over the navy's operations in the region, state agency Interfax quoted a military source as saying on Wednesday, as the US prepares for a possible military strike in Syria
The US on Friday was repositioning naval forces in the Mediterranean to give President Barack Obama the option for an armed strike on Syria, although officials cautioned that Obama had made no decision on military action.
The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Saudi Aramco and Singapore's Sembcorp Marine to conduct a feasibility study for a maritime yard project in the kingdom.
Divers were desperately trying to pry open the hatches of an Indian submarine in which several sailors died or were trapped after an explosion and fire on Wednesday in the navy's worst loss since the 1971 war with Pakistan.