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The Honolulu Medical Examiner’s office identified on Wednesday the 21-year-old Kaneohe man who died after crashing his motorcycle on the H-3 Freeway over the weekend as Austin Cahill. A Marine spokesman said Cahill was a lance corporal and a machine...
WASHINGTON – Marine Corps Commandant Robert Neller has ordered a new investigation into allegations of sexual harassment brought by two civilian employees against a Marine officer, according to a Marines statement. The allegations, first reported by USA TODAY last month,...
In the military community, the role of “mom” is a sacred one. The bond between mother and child is like none other, particularly when it comes to nourishing one’s young and helping them grow.For military spouses expecting a new...
Lance Cpl. Austin Cahill died on March 17, 2018 in a motor vehicle accident in Kailua, Hawaii. Cahill was a 21-year-old machine gunner in Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment based out of Marine Corps Base Hawaii. "Austin Cahill thoroughly...
Throughout American history, the United States Marine Corps has consistently proven that they are willing to fight anywhere, in any climate and with any weapons they can get their hands on. From antiquated hand-me-down rifles at Guadalcanal to shovels...
A former Marine corporal in California has pleaded guilty to the grisly 2012 murder of his gay Army reservist lover, drawing closure to a case that has been open since 2013. 28-year-old Kevin Albert Richard Coset pleaded guilty to the...
"A Nation's Call" is the latest commercial released under Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s “Battles Won” advertising campaign. It showcases the full power of the United States Marine Corps conducting an assault mission. The commercial opens with Marines loading onto helicopters...
An investigation into sexual assaults on the children of military personnel has revealed that the military frequently falls short when it comes to protecting or providing justice to children of servicemembers assaulted by other underaged dependents. An investigation by the...
The US military is looking into ways that surfing could possibly help individuals suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress, with the US Navy and Marines investing over one million Dollars into researching the concept. Currently, researchers believe surfing provides a winning mixture...
Lance Cpl. Abdul N. Zhaiya, from Mosul Iraq, shares his journey from a young infant in Iraq to a grown man in the United States Marine Corps. Abdul is a water support technician with Marine Wing Support Squadron 172,...