911 calls from Marine’s death at Parris Island released, reveal he was “hallucinating”

On a hot and humid late Friday afternoon, Pfc. Dalton Beals needed medical attention during the brutal final training exercises at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island known as the Crucible. But he wasn't the only one.

Marines to join Australian and Japanese troops for artillery and air support drills in the Outback

A company of U.S. Marines will soon join Australian and Japanese troops in the Outback for drills that aim to enhance their ability to coordinate artillery and air support with both manned and unmanned aircraft.

At least 7 Marine recruit deaths reported at Parris Island since 2000

Raheel Siddiqui Rachel Jones and Lucas Smolcic Larson The Island Packet (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) The Friday death of a Marine recruit at Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Parris Island is tragic but not unprecedented. Pfc. Dalton Beals died while completing "the Crucible," a grueling 54-hour exercise that caps off Parris...

Marine recruit dies during the ‘Crucible’ exercise at boot camp

A Marine recruit died Friday at Marine Corps Recruit Depot on Parris Island during The Crucible, an intense exercise that caps 13 weeks of training, the U.S. Marines said.

Murder trial of Marine Raider accused of killing Army Green Beret starts this week

The court-martial for a Marine Raider charged with murder and other crimes in the 2017 strangulation death of a Green Beret in Mali begins this week on Naval Station Norfolk, Va., officials announced Friday.

Fact Check: Did female Marine recruits in San Diego actually outperform their male counterparts?

A story by PBS News' San Diego division attempted to claim that the first female Marine Boot Camp platoon in San Diego performed better than their male counterparts- but does their story tell the whole story?

Armored vehicle maker to pay $50 Million to Marine Corps to settle fraud claim

An Illinois defense manufacturer is having to shell out $50 million to quell allegations of fraud over armored vehicle components, the Department of Justice confirmed Thursday.

Recon Marine accused of stealing ammunition at Camp Pendleton will go to court-martial

A 28-year-old Reconnaissance Marine accused of stealing ammunition from an armory on Camp Pendleton will go to court-martial, military officials said on Tuesday, May 25.

Marines arrested for running truck over campers in their tent in North Carolina

A Camp Lejeune Marine is being held at Craven County Jail, accused running over a Navy Corpsman and a civilian who were in a tent in the Croatan National Forest.

Two Marines ran over by a truck while camping in North Carolina

Two Marines are seriously injured after officials say they were run over while camping in Eastern North Carolina.