A top animal rights group wants Marines to trade the reptiles they're eating during an jungle training exercise for plants.
By 2021 Marines could start going through an Annual Rifle Qualification that requires shooters to engage realistic targets.
The Marine Corps is investigating the spate of rollovers that left three dead and 10 more injured.
Lance Cpl. Autumn Taniguchi finished the three-week course that prepares leathernecks to lead troops in urban environments.
The Marine Corps plans to launch an urban-combat operations experiment this summer.
The Marine Corps may run out of rifle combat optic sights for recruits to train with at Parris Island and other centers.
The service's ranking enlisted leader says the integrated battalion may not be the last.
The director of the Close Combat Lethality Task Force wants to make sure infantry squads approach training like the Rangers.
Marine units scheduled to deploy from Lejeune or train in other areas affected by last week's hurricane will have to wait.
The Marine Corps could soon be sending Marines to Alaska, one of the state's senators told reporters here this week.
Barracks and quality-of-life issues for soldiers are a top concern for Sergeant Major of the Army Michael Grinston, the Army...
The bill expands health care and disability compensation for veterans affected by burn pits and other toxic exposures.
The Defense Department has had 40 members diagnosed with monkeypox, including 26 active-duty personnel.
Bribery is punishable under Article 124 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
A dozen 1970s-era barracks are set to be demolished at the Smoke Bomb Hill area, impacting a wide roster of units, including...