President Donald Trump thanked Cmdrs. Russell Caldwell and Andria Slough, commanding officers of the Ross and Porter respectively.
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The Carl Vinson carrier strike group was ordered to cancel planned port visits in Australia and head toward the Korean peninsula.
U.S. sailors are now able to update their SGLI) information online, a major upgrade from the previous, old-fashioned method.
The Marine Corps has taken its first punitive action as part of an effort to crack down on misogynistic internet postings.
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The U.S. military has launched cruise missiles at targets in Syria in response to the recent deadly chemical attack against civilians.
Rear Adm. DeWolfe Miller said the decision may reflect a lack of info about how much the service is doing to address the problem.
The helo was conducting a training mission in support of Yuma's Weapons and Tactics Instructor school when the mishap took place.
The Marine Corps has formally charged former two drill instructors accused of hazing recruits at Parris Island in South Carolina.