In the past two months, two military members publicly shared their refusal to stand to the national anthem as a form of protest despite rules against such actions.
Some of the 20 commanders and senior enlisted leaders who were part of the trainee's battalion have already been removed from their posts, including the three most senior leaders.
The first unclassified report on the suspected military backgrounds of Guantánamo Bay prisoners tells the stories of 107 detainees.
Dedication of a memorial to the first black marines in Lejeune Memorial Gardens, N.C., is another step in the American military's long march toward equality.
The death of a Navy SEAL trainee has been ruled a homicide, following two other recent deaths and raising questions about the SEAL's infamously difficult training.