Marine Corps veterans tired of seeing fellow Marine Andrew Tahmooressi stuck in Mexican prison are traveling nearly 300 miles by foot to Washington, D.C., to tell President Obama to do whatever he has to do to get Mexico “to turn our Marine loose.”
Marine Corps veteran Terry Sharpe is 63 years old and began walking the 287 miles from his home in Summerfield, North Carolina, to Washington, D.C., two weeks ago to raise awareness about Tahmooressi, who has been locked away in a Mexican prison since March.
Is Bing West a grunt who writes, or a writer who served in the grunts?
Four-star Marine Gen. John F. Kelly said millennial Marines have shunned the culture of self absorption embraced by the majority of Americans in a speech he delivered Saturday, the Washington Times reports.
Lt. Col. (Ret.) Dar Place was two feet away when his friend and fellow soldier took his own life during the Gulf War. Two decades later, like so many other veterans, Place is still haunted by the plague of suicide in the military.
The Navy and Marines do not have the necessary assets to carry out an operation in the Pacific, the top commander of U.S. forces in the region said Tuesday.
The Marine Corps has delayed a requirement that all female recruits perform three pull-ups after more than half of them were unable to complete it, raising further questions about the push to integrate women into combat roles and units starting in 2016.
Both male and female Marines will be required to wear the male cap starting in May 2017, according to a memo signed on Monday.
A Marine Corps member of Delta Force has been awarded the Navy Cross for his role in the defense of Americans in Benghazi, Libya, according to the Washington Times reports.
A retired Georgia Marine is not allowed to fly both an America and a Marine Corps flag outside his home in a retirement community, Fox News reports.