Some 50 U.S. Marines headed to Libya on Wednesday to reinforce security at U.S. diplomatic facilities in the aftermath of an attack in the eastern city of
Japan's Defense Ministry says the first U.S. Osprey military transport aircraft will arrive in Japan on Monday despite opposition from residents over safety
The Department of Defense announced Monday a Marine from Norman, Ind. was killed in Afghanistan while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
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Police say they believe a former Marine with ties to neo-Nazi and Minutemen groups is responsible for shooting four people and taking his own life in a
The State Department is disputing a Pentagon account that three Marines and an employee of the U.S. Embassy in Brazil were disciplined after pushing a
The Marine Corps said Wednesday it has decided to discharge a sergeant for criticizing President Barack Obama on Facebook.
Authorities have determined that a body found near a Southern California lake is that of Brittany Dawn Killgore, a Marine's wife whose disappearance has led to
One woman was arrested on suspicion of murder. The body of another was discovered near a lake some 70 miles away. The connection between them remained murky as
The military has identified the two Marines killed in the crash of an MV-22 Osprey in Morocco.
Two U.S. Marines were killed and two severely injured in the crash of a hybrid aircraft, known as an MV-22 Osprey, in Morocco on Wednesday, officials said.
A military board has recommended dismissal for a Marine sergeant who criticized President Barack Obama on his Facebook page, including allegedly putting the
A Marine is facing dismissal from the military for posting Facebook images of President Barack Obama's face superimposed on a jackass and for selling "Nobama"
Iran's Supreme Court has ordered the retrial of an ex-U.S. Marine who was sentenced to death on charges of working for the CIA, a news agency reported Monday.
Two military helicopters collided over the California desert during nighttime training exercises, killing seven Marines in the latest of several aircraft
A military jury has found a Marine sergeant not guilty of charges in the hazing of a lance corporal in his squad.