Marine Corps to study how it can train female recruits in San Diego for...

The Marine Corps will send a group of female drill instructors to Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego in the winter to study how the service can train female recruits at the base for the first time, Marine Commandant Gen. David Berger said Thursday.

Marines consider closing base at Parris Island SC

Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, the storied boot camp that sits off the coasts of Beaufort and Hilton Head Island, could be closing, according to a report from

2 Marines at Camp Pendleton charged in federal drug bust tied to OD of...

Two U.S. Marines at Camp Pendleton were arrested Tuesday by federal agents after being indicted in a drug-dealing conspiracy that included the sale of oxycodone pills laced with fentanyl that led to the fatal overdose of another Marine.

Marines sent to battle wildfire with only two days of firefighting training

Marines and sailors at Camp Pendleton got a crash course on wildland firefighting.

Wounded Marine speaks out after Biden suggests vets with PTSD are dangerous

A retired US Marine who lost both of his legs in an IED explosion in Afghanistan is lashing out against a story former Vice President Joe Biden told about a Marine with PTSD.

Marine Corps says outdoor barbecue triggered massive firefighting foam leak on Okinawa

An outdoor barbecue near the Marine Corps Air Station Futenma flight line triggered the release of 60,000 gallons of potentially toxic firefighting foam on April 10, according to a Marine Corps review released Friday.

Like father, like son: Hawaii Marine follows father’s footsteps

U.S. Marines with Detachment 4th Force Reconnaissance Company staged themselves outside the unit’s paraloft aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, Aug. 14, 2020

Philippines’ Duterte pardons U.S. Marine over killing of transgender woman

Manila – Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Monday pardoned a US marine jailed for killing a Filipino transgender woman in 2014, the foreign minister said.

Philippines halts early release of US marine who drowned transgender in hotel

The Philippine government on Thursday halted the early release of a US marine jailed for killing a Filipino transgender woman in 2014, denouncing a court's decision from earlier this week as "judicial overreach."

US Marine who drowned Filipino in toilet after finding out she was transgender will...

A local court in the Philippines has ordered the early release of Joseph Scott Pemberton, a U.S. Marine who was convicted in the 2014 killing of Jennifer Laude.