A Marine guard at the home of the commandant in Washington, D.C., has been transported to the hospital with a gunshot wound.
The Marine Corps is capping off 18 months of overhauling the way infantry units are trained by shaking up the rifle squad.
The top military leaders of the Navy and Marine Corps said they have seen no discipline problems with transgender troops.
Gen. Robert Neller told a Senate panel that the Corps has enacted a series of reforms to rein in the culture of harassment.
Gen. Neller made three key points: Lead like you want to be led. Hone your warfighting skills. Live the title you've earned.
Gen. Robert Neller revealed the one thing that would prompt him to reconsider tattoo restrictions.
The Marine Commandant said plans were in the works for the possibility of war with North Korea.
If war takes the service to the Korean peninsula, Neller wants Marines to know the daunting challenges they would face.
Neller told his own deployed Christmas story: an account of getting dressed down in 2006 by a Marine sergeant for lacking Chr...
Gen. Robert Neller emphasized to the Marines in Norway that they should remain ready to fight at all times.