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This hero special ops Marine ran through gunfire to save wounded teammates in Iraq
"I just knew that they wouldn't have quit for me so I'm not going to quit."
10 Marines punished following investigation into death of former Green Beret in Iraq
None of these 10 Marines are MARSOC critical skills operators or special operations officers
Read the stories of the Marine Raiders awarded Silver and Bronze Stars for a hellish four-hour battle in Afghanistan
A Marine Raider who assaulted a bunker and recovered a wounded Afghan soldier during a four-hour firefight in Afghanistan last year was one of several special operations Marines recognized for valor when he was awarded the Silver Star last week
Special operations Marine dies during airborne training at Fort Benning
'Our sincere thoughts are with the family during this difficult time.'
High speed, long drags: Meet the Marine Raiders who founded their own cannabis company
A group of Marine special operations veterans founded a Helmand Valley Growers Company with the goal of bringing medical cannabis to veterans who need it.
Two Marine Raiders and a Navy corpsman charged in death of American contractor
All three service members are assigned to the 3rd Marine Raider Battalion. They are not in pretrial custody and no trial dates have been set yet
Marine Raider was not killed by friendly fire in Iraq, military officials say
There is 'no evidence' that Marine Gunnery Sgt. Scott Koppenhafer or a U.S. military contractor were killed by U.S. or Iraqi troops, according to Operation Inherent Resolve
Marines are still using these ATVs after more than 180s fires in civilian versions prompt multiple recalls
Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command has not received any manufacturing recalls on the more than 50 Polaris MRZR vehicles Marine Raiders began using in 2014, said Gunnery Sgt. Lynn Kinney, a command spokeswoman
Pentagon identifies Marine Raider killed in Iraq
On Aug. 10, 2019 Marine Gunnery Sgt. Scott A. Koppenhafer, 35, was killed after "being engaged by enemy small arms fire while conducting combat operations," according to an Aug. 11 statement from the Pentagon.
Add black bars and beards to your lame military photos with the ‘Operator App’
Do you or a friend have lame military photos? Download the "Operator App" it's like a Snapchat filter that adds black bars and beards to all your boot pics.
No jail time for special operations Marine convicted of assault for punching his former girlfriend
"Since the civilian proceedings have concluded, MARSOC is now assessing command options for further adjudication of this case in the military justice system."
Marine Raider convicted of misdemeanor assault for punching his girlfriend several times
Evans' punishment could range from probation to time in jail.
Special operations Marine killed in vehicle rollover identified
"Our thoughts are with the family and teammates of Staff Sgt. Braica during this difficult time. MARSOC is providing care and support to them and we urge respect for their privacy as they grieve this loss."
The next Marine commandant fires back at calls to disband MARSOC
The general nominated to lead the Marine Corps defended his service's place within U.S. Special Operations Command after a think tank urged service leaders to ditch the mission
MARSOC Marine dies in training accident
A member of Marine Corps Special Operations Command died after being involved in a tactical vehicle accident during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton, California on April 13.
‘This would set us back decades’ — Marine Raiders fire back at call to disband MARSOC
If the Marine Corps is serious about getting ready to take on a near-peer enemy like China in the future, then it's time to fold its 13-year-old special operations command and apply those resources elsewhere, a new report argues
A Marine Raider was awarded the Silver Star for taking out an ISIS car bomb
A Marine special operator received the nation's third-highest valor award after his heroism in Iraq during the bloody fight to retake Mosul from the Islamic State saved his comrades' lives.
Special Operations Marine Charged With Allegedly Punching His Girlfriend ‘Multiple Times’
Staff Sgt. Daniel Christopher Evans was charged with assault inflicting serious injury on July 29, 2018.
Sergeant Becomes First Female Marine To Get Through 2nd Phase Of MARSOC Training Pipeline
The first female Marine to complete the second phase in the intense selection process to become a MARSOC Raider, is...
Exclusive: 2 Marines Received Valor Awards For Secret Gunfight Against Al Qaeda In North Africa
Two members of Marine Special Operations Command received valor awards for their heroism during a gun battle last year with...
A Group Of Marine Raiders Created An Underwater Sport For Training — And It’s Gaining Traction
It looks like a submerged version of the Thunder Dome, or a very rowdy game of water polo, but with...
Marine Raiders’ Reunion Breathes New Life Into The Corps’ ‘Old Breed’
“People see me at events, or hear that I was combat wounded, and they look at me, and I don’t...
The Untold Stories Of Marine Special Ops ‘Getting Some’ Against ISIS
U.S. Marine Special Operators on the ground in Iraq and Syria in the coalition's anti-ISIS fight have been getting into...
Female Marine Will Make Second Attempt To Become MARSOC Operator
Editor’s Note: This article by Hope Hodge Seck originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and...
Guess What Special Operations Unit CBS’s New Military TV Show Focuses On?
There’s a new televised military drama coming out this fall, and surprise, surprise, it centers around a bunch of Navy...