Marine Corps

Building upon technology already at their fingertips, Marines gathered at Okinawa’s first-ever Marine Maker Innovation Boot Camp this month to learn how they can put robotics, 3D printing and other tools to work on the battlefield.

Marines’ cuisine reigns supreme during international competition for military chefs

It's the first time the service has claimed top honors as the culinary team of the year at the Armed Forces Chef of the Year competition.

Intruder breaks into Okinawa Marine base, detonates gas canisters near Japanese office

The perpetrator apparently cut a fence to gain entry to Camp Foster’s Okinawa Defense Bureau office, said a bureau spokesman. The office is in a remote compound across a road from the main base.

Community grieves after police officer, who served two tours in Afghanistan, dies from illness

Anthony Walter Pereira always knew he wanted to serve. He served both his country as a U.S. Marine and as a police officer. His service came to and end Friday when he died at age 28 from an undisclosed illness, the Cobb police department said.

Marine dies after being found with gunshot wound at Camp Pendleton guard post

The Marine Corps would not release any additional information regarding the death of 19 year-old Riley Schultz, who died shortly after being found with a gunshot wound to the head on the morning of March 15.

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