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Marine lance corporal charged with murder of college student in Boston
"We carried the disbelief and anger like a boulder chained around our necks."
SOCOM is officially getting its hands on the new sniper rifle everyone in the US military wants
After months of testing, U.S. Special Operations Command is officially picking up a cache of fresh Mk 22 Multi-Role Adaptive Design (MRAD) sniper rifles from Barrett
From the Halls of Montezuma to infinity and beyond: now introducing Space Marines
A new top DoD adviser’s controversial proposal: get rid of the Marine Corps
Retired Army Col. Douglas Macgregor, newly-appointed as a senior adviser at the Pentagon, has a track record of making controversial statements. But his most provocative of all might be a proposal to do away with the U.S. Marine Corps
Marine Corps seeks gag order in case of corporal whose family says she has PTSD after sexual assault
The Marine Corps is seeking a gag order in the criminal case of a Virginia Beach corporal whose supporters say her actions stem from trauma related to a sexual assault at the hands of a fellow Marine
Celebrate the Marine Corps birthday with an iconic KA-BAR fighting knife
The Marine Corps's birthday is a great opportunity to invest in a tried-and-true USMC KA-BAR fighting knife
KA-BAR and the Marine Corps
On December 9, 1942, after the start of World War II, KA-BAR submitted a knife to the United States Marine Corps in hopes that it would become a general issue to that branch of the military
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.
The Marine Corps’ next mission: helping to fight enemy submarines
Leathernecks will be getting in on the undersea fight north of Norway and in the Western Pacific, where the U.S. is concerned about increased submarine threats from Russia and China
The Marine Corps has finally fielded its first new amphibious vehicle since the Vietnam War
The Marine Corps has finally fielded its first Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV) to grunts, according to photos released by the service last week
The Army is on the hunt for a brand new machine gun to replace the M240
The Army has initiated an expansive study to identify a potential replacement for the M240 machine gun in soldier arsenals
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."
Marine lieutenant colonel goes unpunished after stealing hundreds of dollars in merchandise from the PX
Lt. Col. Samuel K. Lee, 47, was convicted of larceny on Sept. 11 at Camp Foster, Japan.
3 Marines got drunk in Japan over Halloween weekend and were treated to jail in three separate incidents
Play stupid games, win stupid prizes
Check out all the firepower on the Marine Corps’s first new amphibious battlewagon since Vietnam
The Marine Corps has officially started fielding its first new amphibious vehicle since the Vietnam War, and grunts can expect to get their hands on some fresh new armaments for their battlewagon in the coming years
We salute the acting undersecretary of the Navy for rocking a Clint Eastwood patch on his flight suit
Acting Undersecretary of the Navy Gregory J. Slavonic recently wore a custom patch on his flight suit during a visit to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
Marines can now earn up to $10,000 to volunteer as drill instructors and recruiters
Marines will be eligible for a new payout of up to $10,000 if they volunteer to serve as recruiters, drill instructors, or embassy guard detachment commanders
The Marine Corps is charging her with attempted murder. Her family says she’s suffering from PTSD
Marine Cpl. Thae Ohu, 27, has struggled with PTSD and other conditions following a sexual assault by a fellow Marine years ago — trauma that led to a psychological break this spring, her family contends
Ex-Marine exposed on neo-Nazi forum charged with allegedly manufacturing illegal guns while still on active duty
A lance corporal who was kicked out of the Marine Corps last month after he was identified as a frequent contributor to a neo-Nazi message board has surfaced in a federal indictment on charges that he and two other men conspired to illegally manufacture weapons, ammunition, and suppressors
We salute the Marine who rushed to aid an injured police officer after a motorcycle wreck
Like a boss
Marine Corps boots infantryman investigated for sharing alleged white supremacist material
He was booted on Sept. 11, 2020.
Marine commandant to leaders: Quit the ‘soft relief’ of fired officers
In a letter sent earlier this month to a wide swath of the Marine officer corps, commandant Gen. David Berger reminded everyone from general to lieutenant that they needed to hold Marines accountable with a paper trail.
Marines are practicing island-hopping ahead of a future war with China
Marines in Japan got a look at what the Corps' future missions could look like during a recent island-hopping naval exercise in the East China Sea