A U.S. Marine veteran saved dozens of lives during the terrorist attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando over the weekend.
The U.S. Marine Corps introduced its new tattoo policy Thursday, maintaining the ban on Marines inking their necks or donning full sleeves.
A Marine spent his 10 days of pre-deployment with his 3-year-old son celebrating the holidays he would miss while away from home.
Congress is considering legislation that would strip military personnel of the right to choose what type of shoes they wear during physical training exercises, a move opponents in Congress and at the Pentagon say would be costly and increase the risk of injury.
U.S. Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Robert Neller said Monday that the Pentagon is not replacing worn-down equipment for troops fast enough.
Sarah Rudder, a former U.S. Marine who lost a leg in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, won seven medals during the international Invictus Games put on for wounded service members earlier this week.
The Marine Corps’ unit tasked with responding to crises in Africa will see its count of MV-22B Osprey aircraft cut by half next year.
Four families of Marines who were killed by a terrorist in Chattanooga, Tennessee, last July were awarded the Purple Heart medal on Wednesday.
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant General Jack Bergman announced Tuesday that he is officially running for Congress in Michigan.