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Two ex-convicts in California have been formally charged in the fatal stabbing of a US Marine that took place...
A U.S. Marine from Camp Pendleton died Friday of stab wounds he received during a fight in San Diego. According to...
An Iowa Marine stationed in Missouri was arrested after leaving the state to head home for a family emergency- and it all seems to be some sort of mix-up. When news broke that her stepmother had come out of a...
California is safe from a terrorist attack on Christmas- and it wasn’t John McClane who saved us all from...
Marines return to Iwo Jima

Iwo Jima Marines remembered

Iwo Jima. It sits mostly silent, near nowhere, with a small airstrip to welcome visitors who go there to remember the cost of war and honor the men who fought there. The sounds of the surf offer a soothingly...
Two Marines with Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3 at Kaneohe Bay received a first-of-its-kind recognition for the use of drones in a combat zone. Sgts. Joseph Latsch and Ethan Mintus earlier this month became the first unmanned aerial system operators...
_informq.push(); When Marco Chavez Medina walked across the border at San Ysidro on Thursday, he carried with him the hopes of hundreds of U.S. military veterans who have been deported following their years of service. Before he walked into the port...
CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C., Dec. 20, 2017 — Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Spenser Preston, a quick-thinking Ground Supply School student, was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal during a ceremony at Camp Johnson, Dec. 8, 2017. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Taunja M. Menke,...
Dozens of Marines are still waiting to find out if they'll rank up in 2018, a decision that's been delayed by what the Marine Corps calls an "irregularity" with one of its promotion selection boards. Military.com first reported that the...
WASHINGTON -- A sailor who just returned from a deployment aboard a Navy aircraft carrier is accused of killing his wife before taking his own life in the couple's home near Naval Base Kitsap in Washington state, according to...