An appellate court is weighing whether statements from Marine Commandant James Amos that called for sexual assault perpetrators to be booted from the Marine Corps should be considered “unlawful command influence.”
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. James Amos was cleared by the Defense Department Inspector General on allegations that he showed favoritism toward a Maine during the investigation of last year’s urination video.
Four women are set to graduate this week from the Marine Corps’ enlisted infantry course, the Marine Corps Times reports.
The completion of the infantry program is a milestone as the Marines and other services prepare to open up combat positions to women, where critics have questioned whether women can’t keep up physically with men.
Backers of a ramped-up U.S. military footprint argue response could have been faster.
Four Marines were killed during a range maintenance operation Wednesday morning at Camp Pendleton in California, according to multiple reports.
Marines and sailors will assist in search and rescue operations and provide air support.
The Marine Corps' decision to fire two two generals over a deadly attack in Afghanistan last year will save American lives, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said on Tuesday.
Relieving Maj. Gens. Charles Gurganus and Gregg Sturdevant for critical security gaps at Camp Bastion in southern Afghanistan that led to the massive Taliban attack against the base last September "while difficult, will help prevent tragedies like this from occurring again," McCain said in a statement Tuesday.
A group claiming to be the Syrian Electronic Army has hacked the U.S. Marines' official website and warned against a military strike.
The combat aircraft carried White House staff members, reporters and Secret Service agents during a flight to Martha’s Vineyard.
Former chief of U.S. Central Command Gen. James Mattis has joined the board of defense contractor General Dynamics.
The four-star Marine Corps general retired from the military earlier this year after stepping down as commander, a post that oversees activities in territories in the Middle East and Asia, including Iraq and Afghanistan.
Mattis succeeded retired general and former CIA Director David Petraeus as CENTCOM commander in 2010 after Petraeus was tapped to command the war in Afghanistan.