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‘God needed an angel’ says gunnery sergeant in moving eulogy for Marine killed in Kabul airport attack
'He was talking to his Marines in a real way'
The heroic last stand of 2 Marines in Ramadi
Their final stand and sacrifice all took place in a matter of seconds.
A Marine looks back at the invasion of Iraq, 18 years later: ‘The war can’t go on unless all the poop’s burned’
18 years after the invasion of Iraq, a Marine looks back on his role in the whirlwind march to Baghdad.
Navy adopts battlefield blood transfusion technique from the Army Rangers
"The more people who are familiar with the training, the more lives we can save."
This Marine’s new jaw was made out of his leg bone in a breakthrough new surgery
"We’re expecting Murry to be out for only eight to 10 weeks, compared to years with previous techniques."
‘Time to find the Lion King in Pashto’ – One Marine’s epic struggle to deploy
“If you want this, you will have to compete for this slot all over again.”
How Marine Corps culture silenced a sexual assault victim
“[Leaders] don’t give a shit. They flat-out saw she was suicidal and needed help … They left a Marine behind."
8 unbelievable stories from the Second Battle Of Fallujah
This time of year marks the anniversary of one of the most storied battles in recent Marine Corps history: the...
Guard Company Marines’ quick thinking and response help save pedestrian’s life
On November 7, 2020, Marines with Guard Company responded to an accident at the corner of 9th & I Streets...
Marine lance corporal charged with murder of college student in Boston
"We carried the disbelief and anger like a boulder chained around our necks."
How a 15-year-old Marine became one of the infamous WWII ‘Thieves on Saipan’
They wore sneakers, carried knives and rifles and dynamite, but they planned to use piano wire — the “Mafia necktie” — to kill.
Meet the deaf and blind chef who just landed his dream job at a Marine base
"He fit right in and is doing a fantastic job."
‘Why is this happening?’ — Mysterious seizures haunt Marines a decade after their deployment
"You never know whether someone has been deployed in an area where there’s some kind of exposure to infection or to a toxin."
‘Ain’t gonna happen!’ Politicians vow to keep Parris Island open
"If you're looking to save money -- let's start with cutting those people who think closing Parris Island is a good idea."
Marine Corps may close storied Parris Island and San Diego boot camps to open a new coed site
"No decisions have been made ... It's just an option we're talking about."
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.
77 years later, Marine killed on Tarawa returns home to Illinois
Reeser's grave is a double plot shared with his brother Donald, a Marine killed during the Korean War.
Marines who appeared in Trump RNC video did not violate DoD policy, Corps says
"Their official duty is to assist the President in office; those duties include opening doors for the President"
Iran reportedly paid bounties to Taliban-linked militants to attack US troops in Afghanistan
U.S. intelligence officials believe a foreign government paid “bounties” to the Haqqani network, a terrorist group led by a senior Taliban official, to carry out an attack just outside Bagram Airfield in December
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.