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On Wednesday, a Camp Lejuene Marine was awarded the highest non-combat honor for his heroic efforts at a Surf City beach in 2019.
Seeing the Marine Corps' new Amphibious Combat Vehicle, Gunny Sgt. Christopher Sorrell said he thought to himself it looked a lot cooler than the legacy Amphibious Assault Vehicle that's been around for decades and is now on its way out.
The Marine Corps in Hawaii is losing all of its traditional helicopters—more than 35 in all—in a radical restructuring across the entire service branch to save $12 billion and spend it on new approaches to potentially fight China in the Western Pacific.
A San Diego-based Marine F/A-18C squadron flew off the aircraft carrier Nimitz and back to eager family and loved ones at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar on Thursday, after a 9-month deployment to the Middle East and Africa.