Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Tuesday received the 2017 Excellence in Public Service Award from Ohio State University’s John Glenn College of Public Affairs.
The spending deal working its way through Congress includes $18 million for consultants to “battle misogyny” in the Marine Corps.
The story on the front page of USA Today in 2007 made a sensational claim: Military leaders in wartime had failed to provide troops in Iraq being killed by roadside bombs with mine-resistant jeeps.
The Marine Corps will not hesitate to court-martial servicemen suspected of posting nude photos of their female comrades to an invitation-only Facebook page made up of active duty Marines and veterans, the service’s top officer pledged Tuesday.
Rep. Jackie Speier (D., Calif.), a member of the House Armed Services Committee, called on Wednesday for the Marines accused of sharing explicit photos of female Marines to be fired.
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.