Results for: U.S.+Marine+Corps

Marines deactivate decorated 'Walking Dead' unit

US commander says Afghans face Taliban test in 2015

US top guns in Darwin dog-fight drills as China tensions rise

Remote, gas-rich islands on Indonesia's South China Sea frontline

California quake crumples buildings as scores are hurt in napa

Obama responds warily to sex scandal, FBI probe

More money, time needed to remove Concordia wreck

2012 military suicides hit a record high of 349

Time to act, Obama declares, taking oath 2nd time

US gunman: Buddhist interests, flashes of rage

US congresswoman Duckworth opposes Syria strike

Reversals in hard-won Iraqi city vex veterans

US Marines probing validity of Iraq war photos

Hotshots killed in Ariz. fire remembered, mourned

Military works to change culture to combat rape

Pentagon chief can't offer hope in budget cuts

Obama: Sexual assault threatens trust in military

State Dept. 'horrified' by WikiLeaks releases

Prince Harry, Missy Franklin launch Warrior Games

Marines Train to Combat Pirates on the Ocean

Investors drop out of Coos Bay coal port project

Panel criticizes military on sexual assault cases

UK's Cameron may veto EU arms embargo on Syria

Budget cuts force military jets to drop air shows

Alaska senator pushes for wildlife refuge road

AP Interview: Top US general confident in Afghans

How Russia hits back at slights over WWII victory

From war to Paralympics, US vets compete on ice

Military sexual assault bill heads for Senate vote

Hagel: New officers must help eliminate assault

9/11 Memorial Hosts Reenlistment Ceremony

Former US Marine Hekmati retried, convicted in Iran

4 at slaughterhouse behind beef recall indicted

AP IMPACT: Will NYC act to block future surges?

As Great Lakes plummet, towns try to save harbors

US general: We hacked the enemy in Afghanistan

Husband charged in Wis. officer's shooting death

Vt. Air Guard hopes for jet, but others fear noise

Duckie dynasty: Giant duck floats to Pittsburgh

US: Taliban attack could have been prevented

US sends more troops to storm-ravaged Philippines