Marine Corps

Out of the ashes of the Battle of Okinawa grew “one of the strongest alliances in the history of alliances,” between the United States and Japan, Lt. Gen. Lawrence Nicholson told U.S. Marines attending the memorial.

Calif. police officers pay to have Marine's broken down car towed to Camp Pendleton

When a Marine on his way back to Camp Pendleton was stranded Wednesday, June 20, along Laguna Canyon Road in Laguna Beach, Calif. local law enforcement stepped up.

Okinawa police investigate stray bullet near Marine Corps range

A mango farmer told authorities he had come home from shopping to discover two broken windows and a 2-inch-long bullet on the floor of his shed, reports said.

Marine accused of white supremacist ties is headed to prison

Lance Cpl. Vasillios George Pistolis, accused of participating in the Unite the Right rally held Aug. 12, 2017, in Charlottesville, Va., has been found guilty in a summary court-martial.

Horse that served at military funerals to be honored at memorial service

A memorial service will be held for a Morgan mare that made headlines when she, another horse and her owner, Marine Corps veteran Richard Kowalker, walked 15 miles through the night to appear at a World War II veteran's funeral.

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