A woman who in 1984 convinced five Marines to kill her husband — himself a Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton — is getting another shot at possible parole this week.
Thirty-seven years after terrorists exploded a truck bomb in a Marine barracks in Lebanon, killing 241 U.S. military personnel, Iran has started to pay.
An Okinawa-based Marine who rendered aid to a local woman after she was bitten by a venomous habu snake has received a medal for his lifesaving actions.
A 20-year-old Marine who was shot and killed while on leave in his Idaho hometown last week was a member of the service's high profile silent drill platoon.
More than 1,000 Marines and sailors have arrived in Setermoen, Norway for Arctic warfare training, Marine Corps Forces Europe and Africa said Friday.
The family of a 42-year-old military veteran shot to death by a guest in his home Jan. 3 described him Wednesday as an "amazing father" and devoted husband, son, brother and friend.
Although many men were drafted into the military during the Vietnam War, some, like Marine Corps 2nd Lt. John Bobo, volunteered. Bobo never came home from the war, but his sacrifice saved several members of his company. For that, he earned the Medal of Honor.
A U.S. aircraft carrier group and a Marine expeditionary unit have joined a naval seabase off the coast of Somalia in a display of force as the military moves forward with efforts to remove 700 troops from the country.
A Jefferson County grand jury has upgraded charges against a Mobile man in the shooting death of an 11-year-old boy during a turkey hunt.
Sgt. Stephanie Fahl is shouldering great expectations.