A new Navy medical command stood up in Camp Lejeune this month as part of the service’s growing focus on expeditionary warfare. Read More
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One Explosive Device Responsible for Deaths of 13 U.S. Service Members in Kabul Attack, Pentagon Says
One explosive device detonation caused the death of 13 U.S. troops in an attack during the United States withdrawal from Afghanistan, according to U.S. Central Command officials.
Marine Corps Identifies Deceased Marines in Rollover Near Camp Lejeune
A lance corporal and private first class lost their lives in a rollover crash Wednesday, the Marine Corps announced Friday. Read More
Marine Arrested in Connection With Fatal Rollover Near Camp Lejeune
The driver of a medium tactical vehicle replacement (MTVR) involved in a fatal rollover yesterday has been charged for his role in the accident. Read More
N.C. State Highway Patrol: Two Marines Killed in Truck Rollover Near Camp Lejeune
Two Marines were killed in a Wednesday vehicle roll-over accident on a North Carolina highway near Camp Lejeune, N.C. State Highway Patrol told reporters following the accident. Read More
U.S., International Marines Duke it Out in the California Desert
Marines of different nations battled it out in the desert, facing off recently in a five-day campaign that pitted technologically-skilled military forces against one another in a test of high-end conflict. Read More
24th MEU, Iwo Jima ARG Arrive Home From Deployment
This story has been updated to correct that USS San Antonio (LPD-17) pulled into its homeport on Friday, not Saturday.
The three ships that make up the Iwo Jima Amphibious Ready Group pulled into their respective homeports the last few days, ending a deployment that supported the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Two Sailors Die from COVID-19 Complications After Hospitalization
An active-duty Navy doctor in North Carolina and a reserve sailor in Idaho died this week from complications from COVID-19, the Navy announced on Wednesday. Read More
Marines Retooling Infantry Training for Complex Warfare in Pacific
CAMP PENDLETON, CALIF. — After 20 years of counterinsurgency and low-end conflict in the Middle East, the Marines are rapidly retooling for a different kind of fight. Read More
East Coast Marines Deploy with JLTVs for the First Time
Sailors and Marines onboard three amphibious ships deployed on Thursday with the Marine Corps’ new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, the Navy announced. Read More