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News | News

Disneyland honors Marine who died during 2021 Kabul attack

Marine Lance Cpl. Dylan Merola, who was killed during the 2021 Afghanistan exit, was honored during the Disneyland Resort Flag Retreat Ceremony.

News | In The News

Stockton Marine Corps veteran who served at Iwo Jima in WWII dies at 106

The Stockton Marine Corps Club will be hosting a celebration of life ceremony in Stockton for William “Bill” White, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

Over 200 Marines Kicked Out for Not Taking COVID Vaccine

More than 200 Marines have been kicked out of the Marine Corps for choosing not to take the coronavirus vaccine.

News | The News

Marine Corps Vet Foils Robbery, Accepts Heroism Award Wearing 'Let's Go Brandon' T-Shirt

On October 20, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran foiled an attempted armed robbery in Arizona. Video of his heroic efforts has since gone viral.

But the story just keeps getting better from there....

Politics | Joe Biden/Biden Administration

Mother Of Slain U.S. Marine Unloads On Biden: A ‘Feckless, Dementia-Ridden Piece Of Crap,’ ‘Treasonous’

The mother of a U.S. Marine who was murdered during an Islamic terrorist attack at the airport in Kabul on Thursday unloaded on President Joe Biden during an interview on Saturday morning, calling for him to be removed from office.

News | News

That Time a Marine Mechanic Took a Joyride in a Stolen A4M Skyhawk

How much could a Marine Corps fighter cost?

News | News

Marine Corps' Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum to Close Permanently

The service plans to shutter its only museum dedicated solely to aviation on March 28.

History | History

Hours after the attack on Pearl Harbor, US Marines took on the Japanese in what became the Alamo of the Pacific

The destruction of the US Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor meant Wake Island was on its own as Japan advanced across the Pacific.

History | History

Warrior in iconic Iwo Jima flag-raising photo was misidentified, Marines Corps acknowledges

The Marine Corps corrected a 74-year-old error with the announcement that a corporal from Iowa named Harold 'Pie' Keller helped raise the flag in the Iwo Jima photo, not Pfc. Rene Gagnon

News | The News

Remains of 22 servicemembers killed 76 years ago in Battle of Tarawa return to US soil - Pacific - Stripes

The 76-hour Battle of Tarawa cost the lives of about 1,000 U.S. Marines and sailors, many of whom were buried where they fell. Efforts to exhume the graves and identify remains were hampered due to incomplete record keeping and by the alterations to the c

History | History

The graves of more than 30 Marines and sailors killed in bloody World War II battle have been found

The remains of 30 US Marines and Navy service members lost since a bloody WWII battle in the South Pacific have been found on remote Tarawa Atoll, an organization that recovers lost US service members said.

Politics | Politics

President Trump nominates Marine to be first black female general

President Donald Trump has nominated the first African-American woman for promotion to general.

Pets & Animals | Man's Best Friend

The Legacy of Chesty: How a Bulldog Became the United States Marine Corps Mascot

Meet Chesty XV, the newest Bulldog mascot of the United States Marine Corps. He already has the first of his many duties figured out: boosting morale.

News | News

IDF paratroopers teach US marines ‘lost art’ of tunnel combat

On sidelines of huge Juniper Cobra air defense exercise, American and Israeli ground troops trade know-how and practice beach landings, urban combat, desert warfare

History | History

Battle of Tarawa in WWII 'the toughest battle in Marine Corps history' - Business Insider

The commander of the task force attacking Tarawa called Betio "a little Gibraltar" and said that "only the Marines could have made such a landing."

Miscellaneous | Guy Stuff

73-Year-Old Former Marine and Ex-Boxer Punches Bear to Save His Dog | Video | TheBlaze.com

Carl Moore is willing to do just about whatever it takes to protect his dogs. Moore, a 73-year-old former Marine who has worked as both a boxer and a county music club bouncer, made that much clear when he recently took on a 300-pound beast – and won.