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Navy Super Hornet crashes near China Lake, pilot able to eject...

An F/A-18E aircraft went down Tuesday in the California desert, according to Naval Air Station Lemoore officials.

Camp Pendleton Marines return from a hard month fighting California’s largest...

These Marines and sailors didn’t join up to fight wildland fires, but that’s exactly what this unit from Camp Pendleton has been doing for the past 30 days.

Marine general relieved of command after being accused of using a...

Maj. Gen. Stephen Neary has been relieved of command of U.S. Marines in Europe and Africa while the...

Decorated Marine relieved of command after deadly sinking of assault vehicle...

The decorated leader of a Camp Pendleton-based landing team was relieved of command on Tuesday after an amphibious assault vehicle sank off San Clemente Island

Two charged in plot to kidnap Michigan Govenor served in the...

A pair of suspects in the plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer served in the U.S. Marine Corps for several years.

Marine Corps’ assistant commandant tests positive for coronavirus

The Marine Corps’ assistant commandant has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a series of tweets from the service on Wednesday.

Marines investigating bloody weekend brawl between two dozen military personnel

The Marine Corps is investigating how a bloody brawl occurred Saturday night between about two dozen off-duty U.S. military personnel at American Village, an Okinawa tourist hub in Mihama.

Family searches for missing vulnerable Marine veteran ‘to save his life’

A San Francisco family is frantically searching for a Marine veteran with a head injury and trauma who disappeared from supportive housing downtown nearly two months ago.

‘Too early’ to predict Marine Corps’ future on SC’s Parris Island,...

A U.S. Marine Corps officer told South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and other military leaders Thursday it’s “too early” to say whether it’ll shutter its boot camp on Parris Island — news that stunned state and local leaders after a report last month.

Two Marine Corps aircraft crash after mid-air collision in California

A Marine Corps F-35B collided with a KC-130J while conducting mid-air refueling somewhere over the Southern California desert Tuesday afternoon, according to the Marines.
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