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Marines with Weapons Platoon, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines, conduct a patrol in Australia in June.
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For the second year in a row, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve is teaming up with the coffee chain in Western New York.
Hemet police Lt. Duane Wisehart has been appointed police chief in Reedsport, Ore.
One proposal would expand the pool of active-duty officers eligible for selective early retirement, making O-5s eligible for involuntary retirement after being passed over for promotion just once.
Command Sgt. Maj. John Sparks delivers copies of "Stars and Stripes" to Marines from Weapons Platoon, 3-2 India Company during some 'down time' after the battle of An Nasiriyah.
Today is Wednesday, Dec. 4, the 338th day of 2013. There are 27 days left in the year.
This past summer, the Army began investigating why the military spent nearly $36 million to construct a well-appointed 64,000-square-foot headquarters in southwestern Afghanistan that commanders in the area did not want and has never been used.
The USS New York will leave Naval Station Norfolk Wednesday morning for its new home at Naval Station Mayport, and WJXT will be on board covering the two-night transit.
The Capitol Christmas tree was lit in Washington, D.C. after traveling thousands of miles from the Colville National Forest in Washington state.
Airman Nick Goirigolzarri, far right, takes part in a recent Armed Forces Rugby Championship pitting Air Force players against Marines in Glendale, Colo.
For more than four decades, BAE Systems has partnered with customers worldwide to develop affordable, practical solutions to protect warfighters in harm's way and bring them home safely.
Lance Corp. Phillip Bushong was stabbed to death across the street from the Marine Barracks.
The Navy is providing free phone cards to sailors and Marines aboard its ships that are deployed away from their home ports this holiday season.
The U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program, started in 1947 in Los Angeles, plays a key role in making the holidays brighter for metro Detroit children.
While attending the Festival of Trees, 11-year-old Ortiz Rivera was searching for her father's name on the Purple Heart trees decorated by the local chapter of the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
Seledonio "Shorty" as he was known in the oilfield, was a truck driver for many years.