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Smartwatch shows Marine pilot survived in sea for nearly 10 hours...

martwatch data suggests a Marine Corps pilot who ejected from his F/A-18 Hornet after colliding with a KC-130J tanker last year off the coast of Japan was alive on the surface of the ocean for nearly 10 hours before he drowned.

Ex-Marine fatally shot his parents, 2 family dogs, Florida deputies say

A 30-year-old Florida man who fatally shot his parents and two family dogs walked into the police department...

Armed, dangerous AWOL Marine is wanted in the killing of his...

Virginia police are searching for a Marine who has failed to report for duty at Camp Lejeune, N.C., since late last month and is believed to be responsible for the shooting death Saturday of his mother’s boyfriend.

Camp Lejeune Marine charged with soliciting teen for sex

PENDER COUNTY – An active-duty Marine stationed at Camp Lejeune has been charged with soliciting sex from a teenager over the social media app,...

Marines fire commander of award-winning transport unit after less than five...

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — “A loss of trust and confidence” has led the Marine Corps to relieve the head of one of its highest...

Marine Corps raises time in service requirements for promotions

Most Marines will have to serve longer before they’re eligible to reach the ranks of sergeant and staff sergeant, beginning Jan. 1. Corporals will need...

Marine Air-Ground Task Force model might be a thing of the...

The Marine Air-Ground Task Force model is undergoing some renovations, and the result is in many ways a return to the original purpose of the Corps- a fighting group that supports the Navy.

Decorated Colonel with over 30 years in service has child sex...

A Marine colonel who had his conviction for sexually abusing a child dismissed in July has been released from confinement and awaiting approval for...

Marine sentenced for accidentally killing fellow Marine

A former Camp Lejeune Marine was sentenced in court Friday for the fatal shooting of his friend.

Brotherhood of Beirut Marines ‘brought me back home’

Thirty-six years ago on Oct. 23 in Beirut, Lebanon, 241 military members were killed during a peacekeeping mission when terrorists crashed a truck loaded...
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