A boy was injured in Okinawa Wednesday when a metal window frame fell from a U.S. military helicopter known as a Super Stallion, Japanese officials said — the second such incident in the past week on the southern island.
A U.S. Coast Guard cutter intercepted a self-propelled semi-submersible vessel engaged in smuggling more than 3,800 pounds of cocaine, authorities said.
A former Marine who claimed victory this month in a Colorado school board election after serving more than a decade behind bars for killing a fellow Marine stepped down Monday before taking his seat.
A Marine who spent the night at a friend’s house near the University of San Diego last week woke up the next morning to find his military uniforms gone from his car.
Even before the Navy cargo plane crash Wednesday, the number of US troops killed in plane crashes had skyrocketed in the past year along with the total number of crashes overall compared to this point a year ago, a Fox News investigation has uncovered.
A veteran and his fellow Marine made a pact while serving together in Vietnam — and kept it for nearly five decades.
A Marine is being reunited with a camera full of pictures that a landscaper found on the side of the road in Washington nine years ago.
A search is underway for a Marine who may have lost a camera full of pictures from Iraq.
A Marine Corps drill instructor convicted of physically abusing young recruits, one of whom killed himself, was sentenced Friday to 10 years in military prison.
A Marine Corps drill instructor was convicted by a military jury Thursday of physically abusing young recruits — sometimes while intoxicated — and focusing his rage on three Muslim-American military volunteers.
A military court overturned Wednesday the conviction of a former Marine Corps sniper involved in urinating on dead Taliban soldiers in Afghanistan in 2011 following the evidence that the service’s top general meddled in the case to ensure harsh punishment for the servicemen.
Chris Nowak lost his leg in a friendly-fire training accident, but the Marine Corps veteran doesn’t let his injury keep him from his work with the PGA’s Hope program, dedicated to helping veterans heal through the game of golf.
A Marine deployed to a remote part of Afghanistan, was well aware that he shouldn’t befriend the short-legged, white-furred, innately well-behaved dog. But still, he approached the canine with a stick of beef jerky in his hand. And the dog’s tail wagged.
A University of Alabama Law student and a Marine Corps 2nd Lt. is on a mission to memorialize a fallen United States war hero.
The government has reached a $2.3 million settlement with survivors of a Marine veteran who died of a drug overdose at the troubled Wisconsin Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
A female Marine is set to make history next week as the first woman ever to graduate from the Marine Corps’ demanding Infantry Officer Course.
Marine Corps investigators are looking at a ruptured underground gas line as the possible cause of a fire that engulfed a vehicle Wednesday at Camp Pendleton in California, injuring 15 Marines — five of whom remain in critical condition.
A vehicle fire at Camp Pendleton in California left 15 Marines injured — eight of them in the burn unit — following a training exercise accident on Wednesday morning.
Waking up around midnight on Aug. 25, Marine Cpl. Kionte Storey began his final trek up Mount Kilimanjaro, the culmination of months of rigorous training that led him to the top of Africa’s highest peak.
A disabled Marine veteran was shot and killed during a confrontation in his garage with would-be home invaders on Friday, police said.
Sgt. Michael Mendoza understands first-hand the power of staying active can play into benefiting mental health for the men and women returning home from overseas deployments.
The key to stopping the ratcheting tension between North Korea and the U.S. could be North Korea’s biggest ally: China, the top U.S. general said Sunday.
The U.S. Marine Corps has ordered all of its aircraft grounded for a 24 hour-period following two deadly recent crashes in which 19 service members were killed.
WWII veteran Marvin Strombo, 93, returned a Japanese flag to the family of the man it belonged to, a fallen soldier he came across during the war.