SAN DIEGO, Calif. – When a division of Marines deployed across a wide swath of the Southwest during a recent live-fire field exercise, the Navy’s new satellite communication system helped close a command and control gap that’s often-vexed commanders and their subordinate units. Read More
The Marine Corps levied military criminal charges against 13 junior Marines arrested in July at Camp Pendleton, Calif., for allegedly participating in operations to smuggle undocumented immigrants into the United States. Read More
During an infantry battalion’s morning formation on Thursday at Camp Pendleton, Calif., 16 Marines were arrested on allegations they took part in illegal human smuggling and illicit drug-related offenses, 1st Marine Division announced. Read More
This post has been updated with the identity of the Marine who was killed in the rollover.
The Marine Corps is looking into what caused the fatal rollover of a light armored vehicle on Thursday at Camp Pendleton, Calif., that left one Marine dead and injured six others. Read More
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Navy type commanders have boosted the quality of their training events to prepare for battle against a peer or near-peer competitor and continue to look for ways to make their training more complex and operationally relevant. Read More
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – The Marine Corps’ most decorated regiment marked its 100th anniversary with a re-dedication of its battle colors, and a reminder that today’s Marines and sailors continue their legacy of service and sacrifice from a century of wars, battles and campaigns Read More
A 1st Division Marine was killed and 18 more were injured during a Thursday afternoon vehicle rollover accident, officials at Camp Pendelton said in a statement late yesterday. Read More