Col. Edmund Bowen, who was born and raised on Staten Island, enlisted in 1972 and soon thereafter attended training at Parris Island.
A Marine veteran working for The Blaze in war-torn Iraq last week popped off a half-dozen rounds from an SVD at ISIS fighters and has now been recalled from overseas.
You may or may not have seen an episode of MTV Cribs in the past, but regardless, a group of Marines takes you inside the berthing areas of their Navy G-rides to show you the deluxe accommodations.
Authorities would not say if it was thought to be an act of terrorism, but said it was not believed to be related to the events in New York and Minnesota.
The drill instructor was already at the center of another investigation stemming from a Muslim recruit’s suicide at the facility earlier this year.
A number of officials are accused of ongoing abuse and maltreatment, with drill instructors accused of “hat-hazing.”
During the darkest part of the war in the Pacific, a group of Marine Raiders stormed Japanese-held Makin Island. Today one of their Garands left behind is undergoing long-term preservation.
Wyatt Gillette was the 96th person to become an Honorary Marine and attended the service while on hospice.
The Multi-Utility Tactical Transport (MUTT) is the Marines’ new best friend and it speaks fluent Ma Deuce. Moreover, it has a buddy with a Mini-Gun.
This week the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly passed the 2017 defense authorization act– but hidden inside its pages is a section that could destroy the military’s current stock of surplus rifles and pistols.