Nominee to lead AFRICOM on track to be Marine Corps’ first ever Black four-star general
Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Michael Langley is President Joe Biden’s pick to be the next commander of U.S. Africa Command, the Pentagon said.
US teacher, nurse held for longer stay in Okinawa jail on second cannabis allegation
Japanese police on Okinawa rearrested a Defense Department teacher and a school nurse on suspicion of growing cannabis at home.
Osprey carrying 5 Marines crashes in California 
A Marine Corps MV-22B Osprey crashed in California near the border with Mexico, killing as many as four people on board.
Naval Academy midshipman who died on leave was a Marine veteran
Midshipman 1st Class Taylor Connors of Pleasant View, Utah, died early Tuesday in Philadelphia “with family at his bedside,” according to an academy statement.
Marine earns ‘lifesaving medal’ for rescuing overturned sailors off Okinawa
A Marine first lieutenant was decorated for helping save a man from drowning after a sailing mishap off the Okinawa shore.
David C. MacMichael, CIA whistleblower under Reagan, dies at 93
David C. MacMichael, a disillusioned CIA analyst who accused the Reagan administration of misrepresenting intelligence, died May 16 at his home.
Marine on Okinawa accused of drunken driving, leaving accident scene
A Marine assigned to Camp Courtney was taken into custody Monday by police who suspected him of drunken driving and a hit-and-run.
Marine pilot receives Distinguished Flying Cross for safely landing after 2020 midair collision with F-35
Marine Capt. Michael Wolff, a KC-130J Super Hercules pilot, received the Distinguished Flying Cross at a ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar for landing “successfully after losing two engines in flight.”
LA Fleet Week service members repair vet’s house via Habitat for Humanity program
Crew members from the USS Essex and USS Portland — both in the Port of Los Angeles for the four-day LA Fleet Week — pitched in for the workdays, climbing ladders and wielding power washers and paint brushes.
Marine gets 4 ½ years in prison for sexual-assault attempt on Okinawa
Okinawa based U.S. Marine was convicted of attempted sexual assault of a local women.
Marine Corps now has 2 fully operational F-35B stealth fighter squadrons in Japan
A second squadron of F-35B Lightning IIs is fully operational at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, bringing the total number of stealth fighters there to 32.
MCLB-Albany first military installation to achieve net-zero energy status
Marine Corps Logistics Base-Albany uses two landfill gas generators fueled by waste gas produced at the adjacent Dougherty County landfill facility, steam produced with biomass and advanced micro-grid controls.
Next AFRICOM leader could be the first Black four-star general in Marine Corps history
Lt. Gen. Michael Langley, a Marine with experience commanding American forces in Africa, has been recommended to serve as the next leader of U.S. Africa Command, The New York Times reported Friday. Langley, if confirmed, would be become the first Black four-star general in Marine Corps history.
Marines identify corporal killed in single-vehicle crash on Okinawa
The Marine Corps on Friday identified Cpl. Jovennie Anthony Jeremiah as the Marine who died May 14 following a single-car crash outside Camp Foster.
Marines aim to stem tide of drowning deaths with ocean-safety expos in Okinawa, Hawaii
Drowning claims more U.S. service members’ lives on Okinawa than any other cause of accidental death, and the Marine Corps aims to beat it.
Roadway near Marine base where fatal crashes occurred is one of Okinawa’s most dangerous
Two more vehicular crashes recently occurred at a spot near this Marine Corps base where two earlier incidents claimed two lives.
Addition of Finland and Sweden to NATO would strengthen Arctic security, improve US training, military officials say
Navy and Marine Corps officials said Wednesday that the potential inclusion of Finland and Sweden in the NATO alliance would boost U.S. military activity in the Arctic and the Baltic Sea.