All aboard the plane, an MV-22B Osprey that belonged to the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, crashed in a remote area east of San Diego, the U.S. Marine Corps said.
MDMA-assisted treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder “represents real hope for long-term healing,” health experts say.
Shore leave for 3,000 sailors in New York City no longer means a night out for the boys.
Willy Joseph Cancel Jr., 22, died in combat earlier this week, according to his uncle. He is believed to be the first American killed while fighting in Ukraine.
The Marine Corps says it needs uniformity, especially during boot camp, and that beards pose risks. Sikhs say the rules are arbitrary and needlessly burden religious liberty.
The police said that the tilt-rotor aircraft, which was taking part in a NATO training exercise, crashed on Friday evening, killing all crew members aboard.
Prosecutors said that the man, Jia Liu, a Marine Corps reservist, conspired with a nurse, Steven Rodriguez, to distribute hundreds of fraudulent vaccine cards.
He drew on his own experiences in the Marines to depict brutality within the corps, drawing acclaim Off Off Broadway.
The life of Smedley Butler shows us that we can’t fix American democracy without reckoning with its military interventions.
The State Highway Patrol said that the driver of the tactical vehicle had been charged with one count of exceeding a safe speed and two misdemeanor counts of death by motor vehicle.
A Times reporter who once served in the Marines returned to the site of a major battle in Afghanistan to see what’s changed since the Taliban took over — and to meet a commander he once fought.
The remains of 355 sailors and Marines from the U.S.S. Oklahoma were identified using DNA and dental records, but 33 crew members could not be.
Jake Wood was a Marine sniper in Iraq and Afghanistan. Now he works in the philanthropic sector and is “leading with love.”
The young Marines in Kabul were left to determine who was evacuated from Afghanistan and who was left behind. The cost was high.
An informal network that includes former government and military officials is working around the clock to fulfill a pledge to save Afghans who put their lives on the line for America.
While other armed services allow some religion-based exceptions to dress standards without problems, the Marines insist that even small deviations can threaten the force’s effectiveness.
Referring to Beau Biden with families of U.S. Marines killed in the Kabul airport bombing drew criticism, but the president remains haunted by memories of a son he described as “me, but without all the downsides.”
The president’s first trip in office to witness the transfer of remains was a reminder of the toll of the Afghanistan war, and of his unique relationship with it.
Never have I witnessed a swifter collapse of competence than what I have seen with the U.S. evacuation of Afghanistan.
Officials are still piecing together the chain of events in the attack that killed scores of people, including 13 U.S. service members, outside the Kabul airport.
Rylee McCollum, barely older than the war itself, had a wife and a baby on the way. He was one of the first publicly identified American victims of the suicide bombing at Kabul’s airport.
Bombers struck a huge crowd outside the airport, killing dozens of civilians in the waning days of the U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan.
An exceptional unit of Black soldiers who fought in World War I will receive the Congressional Gold Medal.
We speak to several Afghans who aided the Americans and to their former U.S. colleagues trying to get them out.
Those of us who fought this war must now wonder: How could we have given the best parts of our lives to such a lie?
Maj. Gen. Robert F. Castellvi is the latest in a string of officers relieved of their duties after the deaths of nine service members off the coast of Southern California.
The assignment gives Col. Anthony Henderson, whose promotion to brigadier general takes effect in July, further opportunity for advancement in a service that has had few African-American leaders.
It’s not guilt, shame or regret I feel. It’s the sense of having done a terrible duty.
Col. Anthony Henderson, a combat-tested Iraq and Afghanistan veteran, is being promoted to brigadier general. Since the Marines first admitted African-American troops in 1942, only 25 have reached general in any form.
Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III said he found the video from a visibly distraught female Marine “deeply disturbing.”
The troop withdrawals in Iraq and Afghanistan planned by the Trump administration amount to a painful admission: We lost.
Policies can’t guide us in the work of healing and forgiveness. Only a leader can do that.
The values that shaped them include leadership, optimism and charting your own course.
Its name was Observation Post Rock. The outpost is the backdrop for a ghost story, and is known for strange voices, radio static and the creeping fear of being watched.
Toxic rhetoric and political polarization are doing what nothing else could: driving apart ex-Marines who had one another’s backs through wars and the stresses of civilian life.
Even as they pushed for the release of other Afghan prisoners as part of a deal with the Taliban, U.S. officials privately dug in over freeing a man who had killed Americans.
The pardon of U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Joseph Scott Pemberton by President Rodrigo Duterte is the final chapter in a case that reignited debate over old defense treaties.
The Philippine president made the move, which riled nationalist and gay rights groups, in the interest of maintaining an “independent foreign policy.”
The U.S. military, with its experience in disasters and its multiple medical corps, could do more to end the pandemic.
Racial strife aboard a Navy ship left three men facing the threat of the death penalty. They became little more than statistics in the military’s dismal record of race relations in the Vietnam era.
The servicemen had been missing since the amphibious assault vehicle they were in sank off the coast of Southern California on July 30.
The group was assigned to a unit based at Camp Pendleton in Southern California, and the episode involved an amphibious vehicle, the authorities said.
American military officials are trying to contain the spread of the coronavirus in its ranks while tackling logistical problems like relieving troops overseas.
The U.S. mission in Afghanistan is now described as training, advising and assisting Afghan troops. But American forces are still patrolling areas that are as deadly as they were in 2001.
The Marines reported 94 new cases on Okinawa, an island that had seen just 148 other infections. Local officials say the military is not doing enough.
“If it does come out as true, obviously the heartache would be terrible,” said Erik Hendriks, whose son was killed while on patrol in Afghanistan.
Portraits and statues venerating Confederate leaders are an insult to freedom and democracy.
The directive, which was announced on Friday, details what is prohibited in Marine installations, office buildings and work spaces.
My partner, Diego Pongo, was killed in Iraq in March. More than two months later, the pandemic has paused everything, including his funeral.