Marine Maj. Gen. Stephen M. Neary is under investigation for allegedly saying the N-word.
'Nothing [about] the way we’re organized right now lends itself to integrated recruit training.'
Over the next 10 years, the Marine Corps plans to shrink from about 186,000 to roughly 170,000 active-duty Marines.
The Marine Corps is drawing down again.
"Once they begin to understand the risks, what the impact to them is tactically … then it becomes clear. I don't blame them for that. This is a training and...
"We will absolutely fight combined arms, but will not take them on in a symmetrical fashion," said Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger. "That would be stupid. That would be...
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...
"In the summertime, when we have the maximum number of recruits, both men and women, going through recruit training, the facilities don't support having them live in the same barracks."
As the government shutdown continues, the Coast Guard remains the only military branch to work without pay and not everyone is happy with tha
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