The Marine Corps has reactivated a historic base on the island of Guam as part of an ongoing reshuffle and reorganization of troops in the Pacific. The service held a ceremony to establish Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz — the first new base for the Marines in 70 years — on Thursday at Asan Beach in Guam, a press release
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The Marine Corps has rolled out a sweeping plan to change the way it trains and educates Marines with the goal of getting them ready for combat faster as part of the service’s modernization efforts. In a report released Tuesday, the Corps’ top officer, Commandant Gen. David Berger, wrote that a 2018 review found a variety of issues with the
The Marine Corps has rolled out larger cash bonuses aimed at encouraging recruiters to stay at their duty stations for months longer as the service heads into another challenging recruiting year. According to a message released Tuesday, canvassing recruiters and the staff noncommissioned officers in charge of recruiting substations will receive more bonus pay if they extend their standard three-year
Three Marines were arrested Wednesday for their participation in the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, according to court documents unsealed Thursday. Micah Coomer, Joshua Abate, and Dodge Dale Hellonen — three men identified by investigators as active-duty Marines — were arrested on four charges each stemming from their participation in the mob that stormed the U.S.
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A Marine secures the landing zone during a Visit, Board, Search and Seizure exercise in Virginia. (Cpl. Matthew Romonoyske-Bean/U.S. Marine Corps) Related: Marines Fire Commander of Assault Amphibian School After Vehicle Mishap Members of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force ride motorcycles as part of the New Year’s Jump exercise in Japan. (Staff Sgt. Ryan Lackey/U.S. Army) Related: Motorcycles Are Saving
One day after the Pentagon issued the long-awaited parental leave policy, the Air Force and Space Force implemented the guidance, allowing airmen and Guardians to take advantage of the time off almost immediately. But the Army, Navy and Marine Corps were still in a holding pattern Friday, leaving thousands of service members who are planning to grow their families in
The Marine Corps fired the commander of its Assault Amphibian School on Tuesday as part of its investigation into a mishap with an amphibious combat vehicle that happened in October. Brig. Gen. Farrell Sullivan, the head of the Marine Corps’ Training Command, relieved Col. John Medeiros on Jan. 10, the service announced in a statement Wednesday. “Sullivan relieved Medeiros due
SYDNEY — The U.S has accused a former military pilot of illegally training Chinese military pilots, and is trying to extradite him from Australia. But the pilot’s lawyer says his client has been unfairly singled out because of the current geopolitical struggle between the U.S. and China. Pilot Daniel Duggan, 54, has been held in an Australian jail since his