216 Black Sailors Exonerated by US Navy 80 Years After Port Chicago Explosion

Port Chicago, California – The US Navy has officially exonerated 256 black sailors who were wrongly convicted of mutiny and disobeying orders after a deadly explosion at the Port Chicago naval base around 80 years ago. This explosion, the deadliest disaster on US soil during World War II, resulted in the tragic loss of 320 … Read more

Exonerated: Navy Clears 256 Black Sailors After 1944 Port Chicago Explosion

Port Chicago, California – In a historic move, the U.S. Navy has exonerated 256 Black sailors who refused to return to work after a devastating explosion in 1944 that claimed the lives of hundreds of individuals. The announcement of this long-overdue exoneration was made by the military service on Wednesday. The explosion occurred at the … Read more

Exoneration: Navy Clears African American Sailors Convicted in 1944 Mutiny Trial

Port Chicago, California – Eighty years after a devastating explosion rocked the Port Chicago naval facility, the U.S. Navy has officially exonerated African American sailors who were wrongly charged with mutiny and refusing orders to return to work. The explosion in 1944 resulted in the death of 320 sailors, Coast Guard personnel, and civilians, marking … Read more

Port Chicago Explosion: 256 Black Sailors Exonerated by U.S. Navy

Washington, DC – In a historic turn of events, the U.S. Navy has officially exonerated 256 Black sailors who were wrongly punished in 1944 after a devastating port explosion that highlighted racial disparities within the ranks. The explosion at Port Chicago naval weapons station near San Francisco claimed the lives of 320 sailors and civilians, … Read more

Choking Assault: Navy Member Gets Prison Time for Violent Attack on Tinder Date

Victoria, British Columbia – A 23-year-old man from CFB Esquimalt has been sentenced to three years and eight months in prison for a violent sexual assault. Hayden Chokrev-Evans, who was employed with the Royal Canadian Navy at the time, was convicted following a jury trial at B.C. Supreme Court. During the trial, the victim, whose … Read more

Navy Veteran Recalls Survival After D-Day Ship Explosion That Killed 31

Aboard his ship near the south coast of England on D-Day, Royal Navy veteran Stan Ford, now 99 years old, vividly remembers the events that unfolded just weeks later. Sailing off the Normandy coast, tragedy struck as a midget submarine sank the HMS Fratton, resulting in the loss of 31 of his fellow crew members. … Read more

Assault: Navy serviceman sentenced for violent attack on woman met on dating app

Victoria, British Columbia – Hayden Chokrev-Evans has been sentenced to three years and eight months in prison for a violent sexual assault on a woman he met through a dating app. The attack, which took place in his CFB Esquimalt dorm room, involved choking, suffocating, and physical violence. Chokrev-Evans, a 23-year-old man employed with the … Read more

Navy Detonates WWII Bomb on Seaham Beach, Captured in Dramatic Footage

Seaham, United Kingdom – Authorities in Seaham, United Kingdom, were called into action yesterday to deal with a Second World War bomb found on a beach. Emergency services responded to the scene at Noses Point car park after the discovery of the unexploded ordnance. The A182 road was temporarily closed as a precaution while police … Read more

Navy recruit Simon Parkes’ heartbreaking final letter reveals his tragic story – and hints at new evidence in case of the ‘Frankenstein Killer’

PORTSMOUTH, England – Simon Parkes, an 18-year-old Royal Navy rating, disappeared in Gibraltar in December 1986 and is believed to have been murdered by Allan Grimson, also known as the ‘Frankenstein Killer’. Parkes’ mother, Margaret Parkes, has revealed his heartbreaking final letter in the hope of finding answers about her son’s disappearance. Grimson, a former … Read more

Qatar Commutes Death Sentence for 8 Indian Navy Personnel, Reduces Punishment to Jail Term

New Delhi, India – Qatar has commuted the death sentences of eight former Indian Navy personnel, reducing them to jail terms ranging from 3 to 25 years. The decision to spare the lives of the ex-Navy officers was welcomed by India’s Ministry of External Affairs, which stated that the government is closely monitoring the situation … Read more