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2 Marines killed, 17 injured in vehicle rollover near Camp Lejeune
Emergency personnel are on the scene.
What we know about Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller, the Marine officer in the brig after publicly criticizing his commanders
“People are lying if they said they didn’t feel a little bit like he did."
Let the good times roll: A Marine lieutenant is getting kicked out for trying to sell Ecstasy at Camp Lejeune
The LT wasn't lost. He was at a rave.
Marines go up against more ‘realistic enemy’ of robots and terrain at new live-fire range
This looks interesting.
It looks like a US Marine bought a fire truck. And yes, that’s totally allowed
Turns out you can totally buy a fire truck and drive it around base, assuming you have the appropriate license, insurance, and don't mind being stopped by the Duty NCO every five minutes.
Lawsuit claims military families endured mold, roaches in Camp Lejeune housing
Three Marine Corps families are taking on their landlords at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, alleging that the private companies that run base housing failed to provide safe residences or respond to complaints of mold, mildew, water intrusion, roaches and maintenance problems
Marine accused of fleeing from Camp Lejeune faces robbery charges in civilian court
Miller is currently in jail in lieu of $100,000 bond.
Camp Lejeune warns Marines and sailors to stay away from dangerous wildlife, because of course that had to be said
In news you didn't expect to hear — unless you've served in the Marines — officials at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina are advising base personnel to avoid wild animals, particularly wild coyotes.
A Marine reflects on how a sinking amphibious assault vehicle symbolizes the entire Corps
Inside a track, I watched men snap like I’d only seen during torture scenes on film.
Marine dies after being seriously injured in Camp Lejeune stabbing-shooting incident
Lance Cpl. William J. Luce died after being stabbed several times on June 13 at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Another man died of an apparent gunshot wound
Man killed at Camp Lejeune was married to an active-duty Marine
The man’s name is being withheld at the request of his next of kin.
One man shot and killed, another injured after being stabbed several times at Camp Lejeune
The name of the man who was killed has not yet been released.
Camp Lejeune machine gunner is third Marine in two months to die during PT
Pfc. Ethan M. Moores, died on May 27 after collapsing following a physical training event
‘I’m filled with great rage’ — Questions linger for family of Marine killed in training accident
“I’m filled with great rage, because our family was robbed of (Cox), and we may never get an explanation."
Former Camp Lejeune Marines convicted for selling drugs that killed fellow Marine
Two former Camp Lejeune Marines were sentenced to federal prison for distributing drugs linked to a fellow Marine's death
Marines at Camp Lejeune can now get food delivered straight to their barracks with ‘ChowCall’
ChowCall delivers food from restaurants to hungry customers much the same way as similar food delivery business such as Grubhub and DoorDash do, but with their own twist: they also take the food directly to Marines on base
A Marine allegedly smuggled guns into Haiti so he could train the military and become president
The Marine told investigators that he planned to be arrested when he arrived in Haiti so he could "gain a platform to make a statement"
Corps to investigate Marine for allegedly making racist comments on neo-Nazi forums
"We intend to fully investigate this allegation," 1st Lt. Joe Wright said. "If substantiated, the subject Marine will be held fully accountable."
Camp Lejeune Marine wanted for murder in Virginia
A combat engineer, Michael Alexander Brown, 22, is charged with second-degree murder in connection with a Nov. 9 homicide.
Marine public affairs chief implicated in theft of estranged wife’s police cruiser
Upset that his estranged wife cheated on him, a U.S. Marine Corps recruiter from Camp Lejeune "wanted someone to burglarize" her home and steal her car, according to a four-page Duval County arrest warrant
Former Marine sentenced to prison in accidental killing of fellow Marine
Tyler Prudden, 30, was sentenced to approximately 1-2 years in prison for involuntary manslaughter after pleading guilty to the July 26, 2013 death of Lance Cpl. Lanija Antionne Gilpatrick in 2013
Camp Lejeune Marine arrested for allegedly distributing LSD to fellow service members and civilians
Andrew Christian Gray, 23, was taken into custody at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville Sunday and charged with felony trafficking of LSD by sale, delivery, manufacturing and possession, according to the Onslow County Sheriff's Office
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US military bases are preparing for hurricane season while still reeling from the last one
Last year's hurricanes were particularly destructive for some of the military's most critical bases. In response, active, reserve and National Guard forces have looked at lessons learned to better prepare for this year's hurricane season