Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Georges EsperanceFor Georges Esperance, serving in the Marine Corps meant escape from a bleak life in Haiti and the opportunity to serve something greater than himself.
Marine Corps Chief Opens Naval Exposition In Md.The commandant of the Marine Corps, General James Amos, is among the speakers at a National Harbor trade show billed as the largest maritime exposition in North America.
Mixed Verdict In Naval Academy Sex Assault CaseA former U.S. Naval Academy history teacher has been acquitted of sexually assaulting a female student but convicted of lesser charges.
Marine Brig Officials Grilled About GI's JailingA former Marine Corps brig commander testified Thursday that a vague rule meant he could keep Pfc. Bradley Manning on suicide watch even after a psychiatrist determined that wasn't necessary.
Quantico Brig Commander: Confinement Regs 'Vague'The former commander of a Marine Corps brig testified Thursday that a vague regulation gave him discretion to maintain tight restrictions on an Army private charged in the WikiLeaks case after a psychiatrist determined the solider was no longer a suicide risk.
Class Of 2012 Graduates From The Naval AcademyIt's graduation day at the U.S. Naval Academy. Hundreds of midshipmen became commissioned officers.
Smithsonian Shows Art From Marine Corps AviationThe Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum is marking the 100th anniversary of U.S. Marine Corps aviation with an art exhibit retracing the history of military aviators.
Md. Man In Wheelchair To Take Part In D.C. MarathonTom Chepurko didn't bargain on participating in any marathons anytime soon. It wasn't just that the 53-year-old Odenton resident hadn't trained for years. Chepurko largely depends on a wheelchair for mobility. He was injured in a skydiving accident in 1981 that caused partial paralysis from the waist down.
WikiLeaks Suspect Gets Sleeping SmockThe Marine Corps says it has issued a suicide-proof sleeping garment to the imprisoned Army private suspected of giving classified material to WikiLeaks.
Staffer Held In Fire At Md. Marine Recruiting SiteAuthorities say Frederick County sheriff's deputies detained a staff member at a Marine Corps recruiting station in Frederick after a vehicle fire outside the building.