Marine Corps

A public celebration on Tuesday in Window Rock, Arizona, will include a parade, presentations, speeches and a luncheon to honor the more than 400 Navajo Marines who created a radio code during WWII.

AAFES opens Darwin exchange to serve more Marines Down Under

A new exchange is the latest evidence of a growing Marine Corps presence in Australia’s Northern Territory.

'Semper Fi, Sgt. Johnson': First female Marine remembered as inspiring trailblazer

A century after she joined the Marine Corps, Opha May Johnson's historic achievement was commemorated. At the time she enlisted, it would still be two years until women could legally vote.

Work on Guam's $8.7 billion portion of Pacific realignment gaining momentum, officials say

Guam is undergoing a metamorphosis that will see about 4,000 Okinawa-based Marines relocate there in the mid-2020s. While no firm date has been set for the massive project’s completion, military leaders on Guam say they’ve overcome significant challenges to keep things on track since ground was broken.

Vista veteran and service dog kick off casino's new six-legged security force

Years of isolation ended in mid-June, when Marine veteran John Tipton and Daisy became the first six-legged safety patrol team at Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula.

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