Marines restructuring aircraft assignments in Hawaii for potential row with China in western Pacific

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.

Veteran charged for capitol riot was member of Marine One squadron under Obama and...

One of the veterans charged in the mostly-peaceful protests at the US Capitol building in January previously served in the unit responsible for maintaining the presidential helicopter fleet.

Lawmakers say they still hear reports of ‘horror stories’ in on-post housing, blast company...

Lawmakers continue to hear of unacceptable living conditions in privately run, on-base military housing more than one year after passing major reforms meant to address those issues, they told executives running some of the largest companies in charge of maintaining the residences.

Female Marine hospitalized after alleged assault at Camp Pendleton, authorities say

A Marine is in the hospital after an alleged assault this week at Camp Pendleton, Marine Corps officials said Thursday.

Marine arrested on suspicion of having sex with a 15-year-old runaway teen

Detectives arrested a 19-year-old Marine stationed in Twentynine Palms on suspicion of helping a Hesperia teenager run away and having sex with her, authorities said.

Okinawa-based Marine dies while surfing near Ikei Island

A Marine from Combat Logistics Battalion 31 died while surfing over the weekend off Okinawa's eastern coast, Marine officials announced Monday afternoon.

Final carrier operations for Marine F/A-18Cs, ‘Death Rattlers’ squadron returns from USS Nimitz deployment

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.

Marine receives Purple Heart 16 years after being shot in Fallujah

A Purple Heart caught up with Marine Capt. Kevin Leishman on Wednesday, more than 16 years after he bandaged a bullet wound and kept on fighting

Marine Corps ditching some of its formation marches, adding board games in entry-level infantry...

The Marine Corps is ditching some of its formation marches and adding board games to a new, longer entry-level infantry training course aimed at creating Marines who can better think and act for themselves.

Former Florida cop, Marine charged for breaching the Capitol after being identified by Facebook

A former North Miami Beach police officer has been arrested for entering the U.S. Capitol building during the Jan. 6 insurrection seeking to prevent Congress from certifying the presidential election results, according to records unsealed in federal court Sunday.