Roads shored up after six weeks of work by Marines on Catalina Island
While the road repair project helped Marines train for scenarios they might encounter on future remote island deployments, Catalina Island and the town of Avalon now have better access along several roads critical to the locals.
NJ governor: Marine killed in training exercise ‘was made of the stuff of which all great Marines are made’
Pfc. Dalton Beals, 19, of Pennsville died Friday in Parris Island, South Carolina, two weeks before he was scheduled to graduate, the Marines said.
Marine killed at Pearl Harbor laid to rest in California
Eighty years after he died in the attack on Pearl Harbor and just months after his remains were finally identified, a California Marine has been laid to rest with full military honors.
‘He was an amazing soul’: Marine recruit’s Parris Island death devastates hometown
Dalton Beals died Friday in the final hours of his training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. He was 19.
Despite danger and cost, Japan gambles on successful Olympics
With seven weeks until the opening ceremony, the Japanese government, the International Olympic Committee and major stakeholders are gambling political reputations and billions of dollars on staging a games that could lift global spirits and show how we could begin a return to normality.
Before becoming a Marine, this recruit first had to defeat COVID-19
When David Kelly departed Wichita for Marine Corps boot camp, he knew it would be tough. But he didn't know that the first enemy he'd have to fight would be the coronavirus, or that the disease he'd barely heard of would put his whole company of more than 300 recruits into quarantine for a month.
Okinawa Marine who died in motorcycle crash served as communications technician
Sgt. Isaac Cook died after his motorcycle collided with a car in Chatan town on Wednesday.
Fallen Marine’s family returns Japanese photos carried into combat during WWII
David Wassel discovered the photos in a box full of letters in a relative’s basement more than a decade ago. Since then, he’s been trying to reunite them with the family of the fallen Japanese soldier who they belonged to, he said.
Camp Pendleton recon Marine under federal investigation for stolen ammo and explosives
Cpl. Jason Peters, 22, allegedly tried to sell ammunition to federal agents earlier this year.