Senior military leaders and celebrities teamed up to signal the official start of the 2018 DoD Warrior Games at the U.S. Air Force Academy ‘s Falcon Stadium here yesterday. Retired Air Force Master Sgt.
George Allen wasn’t expecting it. After serving 13 months in Vietnam in the late 1960s, the U.S. Marine Corps veteran had locked his emotions away.
Tuesday, it will have been exactly 50 years since Bobby Kennedy was assassinated at a presidential campaign appearance in California. I don’t remember where I was when I heard the news, but for me, it had an oversize influence in a year of high-impact events.
While Marine Corps leaders are determined not to lower standards, retired Marine Gen. John Kelly said in January that eventually the services will give way to the demands of “agenda-driven” bureaucrats to lower standards, as soon as it becomes apparent …
CLEVELAND – Thousands of people have headed to Cleveland for Marine Week, but area youth are getting one-on-one training with the corps. Nearly 150 at-risk youth are participating in the Marine Week Cleveland Leadership Academy, where they get to …
That’s when they decided to pool all their resources and form a task force. Special Agent Heather Powers: The senior Marine Corps leaders were extremely worried that we had potentially a serial rapist on the street. They have five of their dependent …
Late last year, the Transportation Research Board released a major study that was undertaken “in response to the rapid development of domestic sources of energy and questions about the safest ways to move these products.” The Study Committee examined the operational responses of the three primary modes impacted by the fracking revolution rail, pipeline and maritime.
WASHINGTON The Marine Corps on Tuesday suspended a general who publicly ridiculed as “fake news” allegations of sexual harassment at his command and also joked about a chaplain recently fired for having sex in public, USA TODAY has learned. Brig.
The Marine Corps relieved Brig. Gen. Kurt Stein from his command for loss of confidence after he called claims of sexual harassment “fake news.”
Navy and Marine Corps leaders have pushed back against the notion that there’s a crisis, but they do acknowledge the need for more funding for spare parts, depot maintenance and other enablers to keep their aircraft ready for pilots to train in them.