Eric Post, a former Marine combat engineer, sent a heartfelt message to protesters burning the American flag on the day of Donald Trump’s inauguration that has since gone viral.
South Korean and U.S. Marines are conducting military exercises on ski slopes in sub-freezing temperatures, including shirtless hand-to-hand combat in the snow, prompting warnings of retaliation from North Korea over “madcap mid-winter” drills.
Some children know Santa Claus best not wearing a large red suit with a large white beard, but rather in his dress blues uniform.
A U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey crashed off the coast of Japan on Tuesday, prompting a formal investigation into its cause.
The Marine Corps plans to use a troop level increase approved by Congress this week to strengthen its cyber and information operations capabilities.
Legendary astronaut and former Senator John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, passed away Thursday at 95 years old.
Search and rescue efforts are underway for a missing U.S. Marine Corps pilot who ejected from his F/A-18 jet in southern Japan on Wednesday, the military service said in a statement.
People hold grudges for any number of reasons: bullying in high school, stealing girlfriends, or, in more extreme circumstances, framing them for wrongdoings. But no reasonable person would characterize wanting accountability for the murder of hundreds of U.S. Marines in a brutal terrorist attack as a “grudge,” right? Well, you obviously have not read a new article published Sunday in Politico: “James Mattis’ 33-Year Grudge Against Iran.” Written by Mark Perry, who once authored a book in which he advocated that the U.S. “talk to” terrorists in order to stop terrorism, the piece describes the Marine Corps as a “cult” suffering from 30-plus-years of uncompromising, warmongering hostility toward Iran.