The training the Marine Corps wants requires better-trained combat instructors -- about 80 more than the current total.
The Marines can provide an opportunity to see the world while serving, but for some, it's the start of a better life.
A sergeant at Camp Pendleton is in custody and facing charges, and another service member is awaiting a federal hearing in...
Equipment Operator 3rd Class Aaron Fish, with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 5, was killed in the accident Tuesday.
All participation will be voluntary, officials reiterated.
Thomas Cade Martin was separated on Sept. 11, 2020.
At least four Marine Corps units have cased their colors in recent weeks as part of an aggressive plan to reshape the force.
He had commanded the Marines' legendary "Dark Horse" battalion until February.
Lance Cpl. Byron Darnell Law II and Lance Cpl. David Javier Salazar-Quintero recently pleaded guilty on smuggling charges.
The Marine was one of nine sent to court-martial after arrests made during a July battalion formation at Camp Pendleton,
David Schmitz's tragic death underscores the inherent risks of fighter training.
Winner's attorney posted a statement on Twitter announcing that she is now in the residential reentry process.
The new policy impacts active-duty soldiers and both full-time and part-time National Guard and Reserve troops.
The location of executed wartime Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo’s remains was one of World War II’s biggest mysteries in...
An investigation into a 2020 helicopter crash that killed seven troops appears to indicate a mechanical problem with the...