WASHINGTON — The U.S. Marines were organized under authority of the Continental Congress on Nov. 10, 1775. Tuesday the Corps. celebrates its 240th birthday. Watch a video that celebrates that history:
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WASHINGTON — Four U.S. Marines were killed as a gunman fired dozens of rounds at two locations — a Navy operational support center (NOSC) and a military recruiting center. The killings took place at the…
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A group of soldiers ran 170 miles to raise money for wounded warriors.
This is what happens when Marines get together to watch a hit animated movie.
Two Marines walk across the country to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Humor, confidence and a properly fitted prosthetic will help the Boston Marathon bombing victims to recover and heal.
Dog trainer Nick White, owner of Off-Leash K9 Training in Woodbridge,
Va. was invited to train with Nat Geo Wild\’s new reality show \”Alpha Dogs\”
The Marine Corps has debuted its next mascot. The
bulldog puppy will step in when the current
mascot retires. He too will be named after the
most decorated Marine of all time, Lt. Gen. Lewis
Add the Marines to the long list of groups
up to cover Carly Rae Jepsen\’s
\”Call Me Maybe.\” Among the others: a corgi and
Country singer Taylor Swift has reached out to the family of a fallen U.S. Marine, after his fellow Marines took to social media to spread the word about his death.
Inside NoVA reports the first Marine jet to respond to the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon will be permanently retired and placed at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Va.
Retired Army Col. Jack Jacobs, military analyst for MSNBC
Dave Ross, commentator