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A US Marine F-35B was forced to make an emergency landing at a Japanese Self-Defence Forces base in the Fukuoka Prefecture yesterday, the result of a maintenance issue that forced to pilot to set the aircraft down early. Tsuiki Air...
Ten years ago, two Marines met each other for the first time. Donning their gear and heading to the entrance gate of their Ramadi outpost, Corporal Jonathan Yale and Lance Corporal Jordan Haerter had never met each other before. Being from...
Despite being a conflict that lasted well over eight years with constant news coverage, the Iraq War is still one of those conflicts where historians are beginning to highlight new things on a daily basis in regards to what...
Federal investigators are accusing a former US Marine in North Carolina of stealing personal information from other Marines to open bank accounts, apply for credit and borrow money. 24-year-old Ohio native Neal Grant Monroe, V has been charged with bank...
By Jeanette Steele The San Diego Union-Tribune CHULA VISTA, Ca. — Former Camp Pendleton Marine Christopher Lawrence is working the beat as a rookie Chula Vista police officer, defying the odds facing military amputees who want to stay in uniform. — In...
The US Marine Forces Reserve are losing soldiers and aviation crew chiefs at an alarming rate- and it isn’t due to combat. Suicides and retention woes are plaguing the Reserve force, according to Marine Corps Forces Reserve Commander Lt. Gen....
A US Marine Machine Gunner was disarmed by a North Carolina State Trooper after a high-speed chase nearly turned into a shootout over the weekend. Trooper Ryan Onofrio clocked Lance Corporal Michael Sells going over 123 MPH outside of the...
As the battlefield changes with technology and operational demands, so must the role of the Marine Infantryman. In a world of drone warfare, high-tech targeting system and peer-level adversaries, the venerable “grunt” will likely have to become a multi-role workhorse...
The Marine Corps has suspended a general who publicly claimed that allegations of sexual harassment at his command was “fake news,” as well as joking about a chaplain recently fired for having sex in public. Brigadier General Kurt Stein of...
A pint-sized athlete ran an obstacle course designed for the US Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton- and did so with a touch of style. Once paralyzed from a cheerleading accident four years ago, 20-year-old Demi Bagby was told she may...