A 92-year-old World War II veteran returned to Japan this week on a mission of peace: to return a flag he had taken in war some seven decades prior to its hometown. Stars and Stripes reported that Kenneth Udstad, formerly of 4th Marine Division, got ...
Guam could see one of the largest military construction budgets in years if the fiscal 2014 defense spending bill that the U.S. House of Representatives passed yesterday becomes law.
By Matthew Cancian Best Defense bureau of military compensation and cultural affairs The New York Times recently ran an editorial titled 'Putting Military Pay On The Table', a title that conveniently suggests both the subject and the position.
In the fourth part of NPR's series, "Other Than Honorable," a Marine's life was ruined by the mistakes he made while in the service. Mike Hartnett joined the Marines because he wanted to be a tough guy.
The weather outside is frightful, but the cause is so delightful.
A defense budget proposed by Congress would continue to restrict spending on the relocation of Okinawa-based Marines to Guam and Hawaii as part of a Pacific realignment.
Drawing its name from a campaign to take back the Marianas during World War II, the Forager Fury II exercise brought more than 1,200 marines and sailors to Guam and Tinian to simulate situations that would test their skills and abilities in times of ...