Broward Navy Days

USS New York docked at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale on Monday, April 28, 2014. (Source: CBS4)

Fleet Week Sails Into Fort Lauderdale

outh Florida welcomes hundreds of sailors and marines this week as they land at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale for the 24th annual Broward Navy Days Fleet Week.

CBS Miami–04/28/2014

Edward Hammond and Abe Stein, the last two Pearl Harbor survivors, will be honored at Broward Navy Days ceremony. (Source: CBS)

Pearl Harbor Survivors To Be Honored At Broward Navy Days

This weekend marks the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. On Sunday, the last two known Pearl Harbor survivors will be honored by Broward Navy Days at Coast Guard Station Fort Lauderdale.


(Source: CBS4) The military arrives in South Florida for the 2012 Fleet Week.

Fleet Week Sunk By Budget Cuts

Fleet Week Port Everglades has been sunk, at least part of it thanks to the sequestration cuts enacted by Congress and the President on March 1.


(Source: CBS4) The military arrives in South Florida for the 2012 Fleet Week.

Smaller Fleet Week To Sail Into Port Everglades

This year’s Fleet Week in Ft. Lauderdale may be a bit smaller than in years past due to federal sequestration, but it’s just as important to those who are serving on the ships who will take part.


The American guided missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG 67) enters port June 30, 2005 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The USS Cole was heavily damaged by a terrorist bombing in Yemen in October 2000. (Photo by  William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

USS Cole Coming To Port Everglades

Sailors on board the USS Cole are about to get some much needed R&R in South Florida.