This slogan, and the decision to highlight Marines’ community service alongside their battlefield victories, marks the latest fine-tuning of the military’s recruitment machine.
A retired admiral and five others are charged with accepting bribes of sex, trips, and fancy meals from a Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed 'Fat Leonard' in exchange for classified information, according to an indictment unsealed in San Diego Tuesday.
US Senators grilled Navy and Marine Corps leaders on Tuesday about a private Facebook group that shared nude photos of female Marines online and made misogynistic comments about them.
Women pose for photographers on the first day of the Royal Ascot horse race in Ascot, England, on June 20.
Draft documents of the White House budget proposal indicate that President Trump intends to follow through on his vows to build a wall on the US-Mexico border – at the expense of the Coast Guard, the Transportation Security Administration, and Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A formal investigation is underway after a private Facebook group was shown to have been hosting nude photos of female Marines and veterans.
According to White House officials, the new federal budget will include almost a 10 percent increase in military spending while decreasing other domestic and foreign programs.
Government conflict-of-interest rules forced the private equity executive to bow out of consideration for the post.
Mattis's remarks may come as a blow to hopes of increased cooperation between the two powers following the election of President Donald Trump to the White House.
In a complicated week for US relations with Russia, a Russian surveillance ship was spotted off the eastern seaboard.
In his trip to Asia this week, US President Donald Trump's defense secretary, retired Marine General James Mattis, is expected to look at South Korea's moves to host a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system to defend against North Korea's missile capabilities.
James Mattis, a retired general nominated for secretary of Defense, does not meet the requirement that secretaries have been retired from the military for seven years. Why some Democrats may give him a pass.