Marine Corps

As participants in the Toys for Tots program at Polk Correctional Institution, men wearing dull blue uniforms with stripes on their pants spend their weekdays hand-crafting toys.

Marine Corps commandant acknowledges worries on Japan-Korean ties

Gen. David Berger, the new U.S. Marines commandant, stressed that Japan and Korea have common interests despite their differences, such as the threat posed by China and pursuing stability in Asia.

Marine waives military hearing over firearms allegations

Pfc. Ali Al-kazahg is in custody on allegations that he tried to enter a Nebraska Air Force base with two semi-automatic rifles, a pistol, a silencer, a bump stock, a vest with body armor and a case of ammunition while on leave.

Helicopter pilot becomes first female Marine to pilot F-35 jet

Capt. Anneliese Satz is a former commercial helicopter pilot who is headed to Iwakuni, Japan, to join the Green Knights.

Marine arrested on Okinawa after punching patrol officer, police say

Lance Cpl. Domonic Bulgara, 20, was arrested in an Araha Beach parking lot in Chatan after striking a patrol officer who had stopped to break up an argument involving Bulgara and an unspecified number of individuals.

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