Former U.S. Marine Corps recruiter charged in second sex crimes case
In both cases, Steven Robinson is accused of using his position as a Marine recruiter to groom minors.
‘That’s him’: Nephew of WWII Marine casualty witnesses remains recovery on Okinawa
Larry Paleno, 61, had never been outside the United States, but he dropped everything and flew to Okinawa on Friday after learning that a team of volunteers may have discovered the remains of his uncle lost in World War II.
US and South Korean troops clear city streets in wake of Typhoon Hinnamnor
U.S. service members joined their South Korean counterparts to clean up one of the places hit hardest in South Korea by Typhoon Hinnamnor.
Okinawa-based Marine gets one-year suspended sentence for LSD possession
A Japanese court handed a Marine sergeant a one-year suspended sentence for a small of amount of LSD found at his residence on Camp Kinser.
Iraq veteran helps motivate Young Marines in Ohio community
Iraq War veteran Keagan Miller’s creativity has generated success for organizations including the Young Marines.
Marines welcome new commander of Pacific forces
Lt. Gen. Steven Rudder handed the reins of Marine Corps Forces, Pacific to Lt. Gen. William Jurney in a Wednesday morning ceremony at Marine Corps Base Hawaii at Kaneohe Bay.
Three candidates for governor, three distinct views on future of Marine air on Okinawa
Okinawans heading to the polls Sunday have three gubernatorial candidates to choose from, each with a different message about the U.S. military presence on the island prefecture.
US military’s footprint is expanding in northern Australia to meet a rising China
Major construction, funded by the U.S. and Australian governments, is underway in Australia’s Northern Territory for facilities that will be used by the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps.
Marine Corps extends comment period on plans for Kaneohe base
The Marine Corps has extended the comment period on its proposed plans for basing new drone and tanker planes at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.
Marine sergeant awaits sentencing for possessing LSD at base on Okinawa
A Marine is scheduled to be sentenced in a Japanese court for possessing LSD at his on-base home, according to the Naha Public Prosecutor’s Office.
Raptors, F-35Bs demonstrate potentially wider role in region while training in Australia
America’s most advanced fifth-generation fighters, the F-22 Raptor and F-35B Lightning II, are putting strategic doctrines to the test in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Marine recruiter facing four sex crimes charges
According to court records, Marine Corps recruiter Steven Robinson is charged with one count of child seduction, a Level 5 felony; two counts of Level 6 possession of child pornography and one misdemeanor count of false informing.
Marines at Biden speech prompt debate about politicizing the military
The White House's decision to flank President Joe Biden with U.S. Marines as he delivered a speech raising alarm about the authoritarian impulses of former president Donald Trump and his supporters has sparked debate about what is an appropriate use of the military.
Four years later, mother of Marine found dead on Okinawa base still seeking answers
Pfc. Ronald Valentin was found dead in a ditch on Camp Hansen in 2018. His mother holds on to hope that one day her questions about what happened to him will be answered.
‘Dirt det’ marks first time American F-35Bs have operated from an Australian base
A dozen Marine Corps F-35B Lightning IIs flying from this Outback base are the first of the U.S. military’s latest stealth jets to operate from Australian soil.
Lost WWII Marine laid to rest in East Wenatchee, Wash.
Gunnery Sgt. Arthur Summers was 27 when he was shot and killed while fighting Japanese soldiers in the 1943 Battle of Tarawa. For 76 years, his remains were lost on a small island among hundreds of missing Marines.
Reflection for those evacuated a year after US withdrawal from Afghanistan
Some interpreters who made it out of Afghanistan with help from the Marines they served with still find themselves in limbo now in the U.S.
Sikh Marine Corps recruits to appeal court decision requiring them to shave
For now, a court decision means three Sikh men will have to cut their hair, shave their beards and disavow other tenets of their faith, if they want to enter Marine boot camp.
Fugitive Marine on US Marshals 'Most Wanted' list arrested for girlfriend's 2016 murder
Raymond "RJ" McLeod, a former Marine put on the U.S. Marshals Most Wanted List, was captured in El Salvador just more than six years after he allegedly murdered his then-girlfriend inside a California apartment.