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44 min ago | The Martha's Vineyard Times
Jackson, center with Congressman William Keating at right,who presented him with the medal, and USMC Major Stanley Calixte at left.
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4 hrs ago | News Herald
A divided Supreme Court seemed mostly dubious Wednesday that federal claims for environmental damages can be brought after state deadlines have passed, signaling a potential setback for thousands of former Marines and their families exposed decades ago to contaminated water.
4 hrs ago | USA Today
The Supreme Court seemed skeptical that federal claims for environmental damages can be brought after state deadlines have passed, a setback for former Marines and their families exposed to contaminated water.
9 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times
SAN DIEGO -- A Marine now stationed at Twentynine Palms has been awarded the Navy Cross for "courageous leadership, composure under fire and tactical expertise" during a five-hour firefight with the Taliban in Afghanistan.
13 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News
The military buildup, though smaller than previously planned, still is expected to add 624 full-time civilian jobs next year and 7,031 new positions at its peak seven years from now.
Veteran Marine Sgt. Shannon Ihrke was selected for one of five special covers for the May issue of Maxim magazine, which 'salutes the military.'
The wars are nearly over. So it is time for the U.S. military to reboot for one of its most somber tasks: Telling next-of-kin their loved one has died in the service of his or her country.
President Barack Obama has stated that the Senkaku Islands in Okinawa Prefecture are subject to a security treaty between Japan and the U.S. that outlines America's defense obligations to Japan.
A MARCH commemorating the 96th anniversary of one of The First World War's most heroic raids takes place this weekend.
A man suspected in the 2005 slayings of two Zion girls could be put to death in Virginia for strangling a fellow Marine in 2009.
File - U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel meets with members of the U.S. Army and Marines during his visit to the Kabul Military Training Center in Kabul, in this March 10, 2013.
Since his death, his reputation has steadily grown as the master of late 20th century art.
Two and a half years after President Barack Obama vowed to shift America's diplomatic, economic and military focus to Asia, he will head back to the region this week to try to convince allies and adversaries alike that he really meant it.
In this March 31, 2014 file photo, South Korean and U.S. Marines aim their machine guns during the U.S.-South Korea joint landing exercises called Ssangyong, part of the Foal Eagle military exercises, in Pohang, South Korea.
THE NIGHT TEAM'S JESSIE DEGOLLADO REPORTS IT WAS ALSO A GREAT WAY TO PAY TRIBUTE TO THE CITY'S MILITARY.
The United States Marine Corps is looking for a few good actors to play terrorists in upcoming training exercises, putting out a casting call that could give clues about what the Pentagon is prepping for.
Marines from across the Corps gathered at Stone Bay rifle range last week to demonstrate that there is nothing deadlier than Marines and their weapons.