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What it was like for Marines responding to one of the worst nuclear disasters in history
"This set the conditions on how we were going to take care of our friends.”
‘Royal Marines… Beer with lunch’ — These are the foreign militaries that US troops love to train with
“The Royal Marines sure can party!”
3 Marines got drunk in Japan over Halloween weekend and were treated to jail in three separate incidents
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes
‘I feared for my life’ — Sexual harassment complaint gets senior Air Force leader’s attention
"Things shouldn’t have escalated to this level. Sarah should never have been placed in this predicament."
On a Marine Corps base in Japan, the mold will continue until morale improves
“The mold has definitely been brought up but absolutely nothing has been done about it."
How hundreds of Marines stuck in COVID-19 quarantine were served sandwiches filled with mold
"Taking care of our own is fundamental to leadership in the Marine Corps."
Never-before-seen footage reveals the horror and heroism of World War II’s final days in ‘Apocalypse ‘45’
This is not your typical World War II documentary.
The US and Japan just teamed up for multiple joint air and sea exercises in a message to China
In an implicit message to China, the Japanese and U.S. militaries teamed up this week for a number of joint exercises involving warships, heavy bombers, advanced fighter jets and an aircraft carrier in the waters and airspace near Japan
In East Asia, scars of WWII still raw 75 years after V-J day
"Let history be a warning for the future, and show that we are prepared to fight."
‘It’s finally over’ — WWII veterans reflect on V-J Day, 75 years later
"I think the people who felt it the most, probably were the mothers and wives of sons and husbands who had been in actual combat."
US Forces Japan to troops: Please don’t break quarantine for a one-night stand
Troops in Japan are apparently breaking quarantine for hookups
US military to help Japan monitor ‘unprecedented’ Chinese incursion in East China Sea
'Now we are seeing (Chinese ships) basically park and truly challenge Japan's administration.'
US military in Japan says all arriving troops must take COVID-19 tests
The total U.S. military infections in Japan now stands at 201.
US Forces Japan bans display of Confederate flag
U.S. Forces Japan has joined U.S. Forces Korea in banning the display of the Confederate flag, the latest move by the military aimed at preventing racial division in the ranks
Japan furious at US for COVID-19 outbreak at Marine bases, says US not taking the virus seriously
"Okinawans are shocked ... We now have strong doubts that the US military has taken adequate disease prevention measures."
Dozens of COVID-19 infections detected at US military facilities in Japan
Dozens of COVID-19 cases have been detected at U.S. military bases in Okinawa Prefecture, Gov. Denny Tamaki said Saturday, with the military later confirming two cluster infections
State Department signs off on $23 billion sale of F-35s to Japan
Japan wants more than a hundred of the advanced fighters.
Japanese coast guard recovers body of Marine sergeant who drowned off Japan coast
Marine Sgt. Tyler M. Rankin went missing on July 2, 2020. The Japanese Coast Guard found his body three days later.
The Pentagon wants to base missiles in the Pacific to counter China. Some allies don’t want them
The governor of a Japanese territory where the Pentagon is thinking about basing missiles capable of threatening China has a message for the United States: Not on my island.
Former Green Beret arrested for smuggling former Nissan boss out of Japan
Just like 'Extraction,' sort of!
The Battle of Iwo Jima
The U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy landed on Feb. 19, 1945, and later captured the Japanese island of Iwo...
WWII Veteran visits Okinawa 72 years later
World War II Veteran, Donald Irwin, visited Okinawa 72 years after the Battle of Okinawa. He came to share his...
75 years ago today, this Medal of Honor recipient began his 3-day long final stand
On April 19, 1945, during the Pacific campaign of World War II, Pfc. Martin O. May, took up his post and never left it.
North Korea test-fires three short-range missiles into the sea
North Korea launched multiple short-range projectiles into the sea on Monday as part of firing drills, a week after it resumed missile tests following a three-month break