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Trove of US documents on toxic substances in Okinawa may help veterans’ claims

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

Marines in DC rescue woman trapped under a car

On November 7, 2020, Marines with Guard Company responded to an accident at the corner of 9th & I Streets SE, only a few feet from their post in Washington D.C.

Marines likely to issue a new ban on cellphones

The Marine Corps is analyzing the security threat Marines' personal cell phones pose during deployments.

A dozen new cases reported from coronavirus cluster at Marine Corps base in Japan

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.

Pentagon denies reports that Marine Raiders are training forces on Taiwan

The Defense Department on Wednesday shot down recent media reports saying special operations Marines were working with forces on Taiwan this week.

Marine Corps seeks gag order in case of corporal whose family says she has PTSD after sexual assault

The Marine Corps is seeking a gag order in the criminal case of a Virginia Beach corporal whose supporters say her actions stem from trauma related to a sexual assault at the hands of a fellow Marine.

Marine base in Japan reports five new coronavirus cases after lockdown, tracing

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Marine Lt. Col. escapes all punishment for stealing electronics, cosmetics from base

A Marine lieutenant colonel found guilty of stealing hundreds of dollars in merchandise from a base exchange in South Korea has escaped punishment, according to a published report.

Florida teacher, veteran with PTSD, is trying to save his job after he lost it over his medical marijuana prescription

For more than an hour on Wednesday, the school board debated ways to handle punishment for a teacher who is prescribed medical marijuana.

Family of Marine charged with attempted murder blames PTSD from prior sexual assault

The Marine Corps is pressing charges, including attempted murder, against a Virginia Beach corporal who has been locked up in a Chesapeake brig for months while her family publicly pleads for her to get mental health treatment.