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Second Marine Recruit Sues Food Vendor After E. Coli Outbreak
This is the second case arising from an E. coli outbreak last year at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.
3 Marines Stabbed Outside Bar Are Recovering at Camp Pendleton
Three Marines who were stabbed over the weekend outside a bar are back with their unit, military officials said Monday.
Marine Convicted of Involuntary Manslaughter in Killing of Fellow Private
Pfc. Raymond W. Begay was convicted in the fatal stabbing of a fellow Marine at the School of Infantry.
Camp Pendleton Celebrates 100th Anniversary of 11th Marine Regiment
Marines and veterans celebrated the centennial anniversary of the 11th Marine Regiment with a battle colors ceremony.
BMW Establishes Auto Workshop for Transitioning Marines
The BMW Military Service Technician Education Program at Camp Pendleton is the first of its kind nationwide, training active-...
Suspect Identified in Fatal Stabbing at Camp Pendleton
Marine Private First Class Raymond W. Begay appeared before a preliminary hearing officer Thursday, March 22.
Training Kills More Troops Than War. Here's What's Being Done About It
A report said last year nearly four times as many military personnel died in training accidents as were killed in combat.
Camp Pendleton Police Given Time to File Waivers After Being Overpaid
Civilian police serving at Camp Pendleton and Naval Weapons Station Fallbrook have been given until June to file waivers.
Camp Pendleton Civilian Police Must Pay Back Thousands After DoD Error
Civilian police officers at Camp Pendleton were told they will have to pay back thousands to the federal government.
Marine Fatally Stabbed at Pendleton Buried as Investigation Continues
Pfc. Ethan Barclay-Weberpal, 18, who was stabbed to death at Camp Pendleton, was buried with full military honors Monday.
Marines Return to Camp Pendleton after Six-month Deployment
Six-year-old Michael Merchant flung his "Our (heart) is complete" poster at his father.
Military Injuries and Deaths Off the Battlefield Are Increasing
At least 56 service members have been killed or injured in non-combat incidents since June, according to a recent report.
Navy Secretary Richard Spencer Takes First Tour of Camp Pendleton
Navy Secretary Richard V. Spencer on Wednesday, Aug. 30, toured assets of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Pendleto...
Camp Pendleton Force Embraces Cyber Warfare in New Era on Battlefield
In the age of 21st-century warfare, law enforcement Marines will scour battlefields for the enemy's forensic intelligence.
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US Veteran Who Survived Blast Receives Penis Transplant
A Baltimore hospital says a wounded U.S. veteran has received the world's most extensive penis transplant.
Men and Women Seeing Different Failure Rates on Army's Gender-Neutral Fitness Test
The Army general in charge of the service's new combat fitness test said he's confident it will remain gender-neutral.
Here's Your 2020 Military Retiree, VA and Social Security Pay Bump
The 2020 military retiree, VA disability and social security pay increase is smaller than the one received in 2019.
Marine Stopped to Help Someone on Highway Before She Was Hit and Killed
Cpl. Erin Rachel Lilleyfogle of Parris Island had stopped to help someone involved in an earlier crash.
Soldiers Will Once Again Get Pre-Move Cash, Army Chief Says
Dislocation Allowance, or DLA, is a cash payment of about $1,000 to $4,000, based on rank and dependents.
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New Army Chief Wants to Let Soldiers Stay Longer at Favorite Duty Stations
Could soldiers be able to put off PCS moves for nine years?
Vets in Congress Renew Medal of Honor Plea for Army 'Legend' Alwyn Cashe
Cashe went beyond the call of duty, which is why he deserves the Medal of Honor, three members of Congress wrote.
Excessive PT Will Cost the Army Millions of Lost Work Days This Year
The knee injuries, back problems and other woes far outpace any other reasons for lost duty.
Navy's 'Doomsday' Plane Hits a Bird, Suffers $2M in Damages
An E-6B Mercury, a nuclear command-and-control plane, hit the bird at Naval Air Station Patuxent River on Oct. 2.
Having Penis Transplant Was 'One of the Best Decisions I Ever Made,' Navy Veteran Says
He had the surgery eight years after a bomb in Afghanistan blew off the lower half of his body.
Student Naval Pilot Was Flying at 15,000 Feet When Engine Caught Fire
A pilot and instructor were 30 minutes into a planned hour-long training flight when they got indication of an engine fire.
Air Force News
Air Force Nurse Pleads Guilty in Tricare Fraud Scheme
Federal prosecutors say Maj. Romeatrius Moss pleaded guilty to soliciting and receiving a kickback on Tuesday.
Air Force Adds Sickle Cell Trait Question to Fitness Survey After PT Deaths
The addition of screening for sickle cell trait on the survey will help to flag those who might need additional clearance.
Fighter Jets Could Fly Lower in Idaho, Nevada and Oregon
Mountain Home Air Force Base in southwestern Idaho operates flights over portions of the three states.
Marine Corps News
Veteran Furious with CVS Manager's Handling of Military Photo; Manager Calls Police
When Regedanz went to the CVS, he said the manager said she couldn't sell him the reprint because of copyright infringement.
Marine Corps Announces It Was Wrong -- Again -- on Iwo Jima Flag-Raising Photo
Evidence shows another Marine long-believed to be in the famous photo from atop Mount Suribachi was misidentified.
Kyle Carpenter Is Still Refusing to Hide His Scars
It's been nine years since the Medal of Honor recipient hurled himself onto a live grenade to save a fellow Marine.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Offloads $92 Million Worth of Smuggled Cocaine in San Diego
The Coast Guard offloaded more than 6,800 pounds of cocaine -- worth an estimated $92 million -- on Wednesday.
Despite Hurricane Damage, Coast Guard Pressing On with Next-Gen Cutter Construction
Coast Guard's New Plan for Next-Gen Cutter Contracts Will Prevent Delays, Commandant Says
Coast Guard Reopens Bidding on New Class of Cutters
The company that originally won the bid suffered serious infrastructure damage in Hurricane Michael in 2018.