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Marine veteran and paralympic legend Angela Madsen dies while rowing across the Pacific
"I can say that she did die doing what she loved"
The decorated Marine pilot whose heroics helped stop the 1973 New Orleans sniper attack has died at 84
Retired Lt. Gen. Charles "Chuck" Pitman Sr., the decorated U.S. Marine Corps pilot who risked his life and military career to help New Orleans police halt the hotel sniper attack that claimed seven lives in 1973, died following a lengthy battle with cancer, according to his family
She fought to survive as a child and trained as an Olympic wrestler. Now she shows Marines how to fight
Sgt. Melissa Paul is a wrestler who has been fighting all her life
Marine veteran who died after battle with brain cancer celebrated with Honor Walk in Dallas
"It was a really good thing for my kids to get to see that this is what their dad is… that he really is a hero"
4 Marines recognized for heroic rescue of mother and 2 daughters caught in a deadly rip current
When a group of Marines noticed a family was being swept along by a powerful rip current at Atlantic Beach in North Carolina they immediately swam out to save them
The Marine Corps’ first new amphibious vehicle since Vietnam is almost here. Here’s who will get them first
Marines with the I Marine Expeditionary Force will be the first to receive the Corps's first new amphibious vehicle since Vietnam, Task & Purpose has learned
Gen. Paul X Kelley, 28th Marine Corps commandant, has died
The 28th commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, retired Gen. Paul X. Kelley, died Sunday.
A Marine veteran gave his life to rescue tenants from a burning apartment building
Survivors of a deadly apartment fire in Las Vegas credit a Marine Corps veteran with saving their lives at the cost of his own
A Marine vet donated his uniform so a hit-and-run victim can be buried in it
Marine Corps veterans Samuel Jackson and Richard Dunn never met, but one Marine uniform will connect them forever
The student who disarmed a gunman during a Colorado high school shooting is now a US Marine
One of the high school students who helped take down and disarm a gunman during a school shooting earlier this year graduated from Marine Corps Recruit Training on Sept. 20.
The upcoming military-themed movies and shows you should keep an eye out for — and a couple you may want to avoid
Between September and December we'll be getting a string of new military shows and movies, so we tossed together a handy list to let you know which ones are worth your time.
‘Semper Fi’ looks like the military knockoff of ‘Prison Break’ and ‘The Town’ nobody asked for
I tend to use a pretty light hand when it comes to critiquing upcoming movies based on a trailer alone. But after watching the teaser for Semper Fi, an upcoming prison break movie starring a whose-who of A-list actor look alikes who decide to break their Marine buddy's kid brother out of the big house, I can't fucking help myself
A final battle: Bringing his best friend’s remains home from Vietnam
Ruben Valencia embarked on a 12-year journey, determined to bring home the remains of his best friend who was killed in Vietnam.
Hundreds of strangers turned up to honor a WWII Marine Raider’s funeral
Last week, hundreds of people traveled to Shrub Oak, New York to attend the funeral of Robert Graham, a 97-year-old veteran who served in the Pacific as a Marine Raider during World War II.
3 Reasons The Marine Forces Reserve Actually Has A Recruitment Problem
Are you considering joining the Marine Forces Reserve? Perhaps you're getting off active duty and you think the Reserve will...
This Marine Infantry Vet Lost His House To A Wildfire. Now He Keeps Others’ Homes Safe
After 46-year-old Marine Corps veteran Everett Evans lost his home to the Erskine wildfire that raged across 50,000 acres in...
The Marine Corps Doesn’t Know Why It Chose ‘Semper Fi’ As Its Motto
The few, the proud, the Marines: custodians of a proud martial tradition dating back to Nov. 10, 1775. So it...