Featured by Gina Harkins, Military.Com
A Navy audit uncovered $126 million in aircraft parts the service ‘didn’t even know existed’
Navy aircraft were sidelined as they awaited parts last year that the service actually had in a warehouse. The problem? They didn't even know the warehouse was there
Marine paralyzed from the neck down after getting shot during training exercise
The Marine's unit is preparing to deploy to the Asia-Pacific region.
This new Marine Corps weapon just destroyed an Iranian drone
A new Marine Corps anti-drone system that attaches to all-terrain vehicles and can scan the skies for enemy aircraft from aboard Navy ships was responsible for destroying an Iranian drone.
How the new Marine commandant plans to lead in the social media age
The Marine Corps' new commandant is not one to micromanage -- but he expects his leaders to be squared away and put their Marines on the right path when they're misbehaving.
Injured Marine recruit finally allowed to go home after spending nearly 500 days at boot camp
A Marine recruit who was at boot camp for almost 500 days headed home this week after his parents sought help from lawmakers on his behalf and then raised retaliation concerns.
Grunts are getting a big boost in the Marine Corps’ 2020 budget
The Marine Corps is gearing up for a complex ground fight by adding hundreds more infantry squad leaders, special operators, cyber Marines and information warfare experts, according to 2020 budget documents.
Marines are getting a taste of what war with Russia might look like
"There clearly are threats out there."