The issue of mask-wearing is a divisive one in the United States. Be it the efficiency of the practice or the percieved threat to individual liberty, people aren't exactly on the same page.
Airmen who were charged for leave while on mandatory coronavirus quarantine may have those days restored, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne Bass said Monday.
A former U.S. government employee for the Marine Corps on Okinawa must serve more than four years in a Japanese prison for selling marijuana on the island.
LSD has been added to the list of drugs that are randomly tested for at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina amid suspicions that more and more Marines and sailors at the base are tripping, base officials said.
The parents of a 7-month-old boy enrolled at a child care center at Marine Corps Base Hawaii have filed a complaint over the facility’s use of “family-style” dining, during which caretakers do not wear protective facemasks as they eat meals with children.
A Welsh journalist in Japan has released a trove of U.S. government documents regarding pollutants at U.S. bases in the Pacific in hopes they will aid veterans
The U.S. military reported 20 new coronavirus cases in Japan and South Korea on Wednesday and Thursday, including 12 at a Marine base in western Japan.
The Defense Department on Wednesday shot down recent media reports saying special operations Marines were working with forces on Taiwan this week.