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MAY 23: Navy service members watch as the USS Roosevelt passes the Statue of Liberty on the Hudson River during the Parade of Ships for the start of Fleet Week May 23, 2012 in New York City.
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Photo taken at Balad Air Base in Iraq in 2005 of AGM-114 Hellfire loaded onto a United States Marine Corps Super Cobra.
Royal Marine Reservists on ski patrol in the hills of Harstad, northern Norway, in the Arctic Circle as part of their two-week cold weather survival training Picture: David Cheskin/PA Dozens of reservist marines have endured a fortnight of living in temperatures of -30C in the Arctic Circle as they honed their skills in one of the world's most ... (more)
Two Marine Corps veterans will sign copies of their nonfiction books featuring Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on Wednesday on the base.
About 100,000 sailors receive sea pay, and all will see a 25 percent boost this summer when the new rates take effect.
With the long Afghanistan War and Occupation winding down, it's about time to try and put it into perspective.
LINDEN - Hector Gomez was on his way home early March 9 when the 22-year-old Marine was struck from behind on the Garden State Parkway and killed in the ensuing crash, State Police said.
A Maple Grove man is at the center of an international custody battle that's left his 4-year-old son in an unsettled place: Ukraine.
The U.S. Navy's Blue Angels elite aviation team famed for its crowd-pleasing daredevil stunts at public air shows, returns to the skies on Saturday after being grounded by budget cuts for much of 2013, Navy officials said.
Retired 1st Sgt. James Barnett has turned his Roseburg home into a museum of Marine Corps artifacts.
The Pentagon's decision to retire the entire U.S. fleet of popular A-10 "Warthog" aircraft is painful but necessary as the military is forced to save money now to develop tomorrow's weapons, Air Force leaders said on Friday.
Marine Corps trial judges are still dealing with the consequences of the commandant's imprudent rhetoric, as spelled out in a new-ish U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals decision .
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel met Friday with leaders of the Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps to review their efforts to screen out potential predators and unqualified troops from their ranks of sexual assault counselors, victim advocates, recruiters and instructors, according to a Defense Department official.
China's maritime mastery of the South China Sea appears unstoppable. On March 9, Chinese coast guard vessels turned back two Philippine cargo ships attempting to resupply troops based on an eroding WW II-era vessel marooned on the Ayungin Shoal, known as the Renai Shoal to China.
The Navy's Blue Angels are taking off again after their shows were cancelled by sequestration cuts.
"It isn't a job for a female or a male," Sgt. Maj. Lanette Wright explains of her new role.