Marine Corps

Marine Col. Stephen Keane contends the command violated the rights of the Marines when they pulled 16 troops out of a battalion formation of 800 at Camp Pendleton on July 25 and accused them of the crimes in front of their unit.

Attorney calls on US Marine deserter wanted in slaying case to turn himself in

Michael Alexander Brown is believed to have shot and killed his mother's boyfriend earlier this month. He had deserted his post at Camp Lejeune, N.C., last month.

Cold case: Sister wants answers in 1997 slaying of California-based Marine

On June 21, 1997, Ron Parkhurst was found floating in the remote Saddle Island Cove in the waters of Lake Mead, about 30 miles from The Strip in Las Vegas. The Clark County coroner concluded he had been in the water for about three days.

Judge says mass arrest of Marines accused of human smuggling, drug offenses was unlawful

The July arrests of 16 Camp Pendleton Marines in front of their 800-person battalion was unlawful and a violation of their rights, a Marine Corps judge ruled Friday.

Marine says he’s ‘truly sorry’ for drunken rampage that injured three strangers in Tokyo

Kahsai Tyree Hill, assigned to 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment of Camp Lejeune, N.C., admitted in court Thursday to choking a woman until she fainted and striking a taxi driver and a bystander the morning of May 25 after a night of drinking in Tokyo.

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