"You 'otherize' us enough, and you start to forget that we are human," one female Marine veteran told Newsweek.
Special Warfare Operator Tony DeDolph, a member of the Navy's elite Seal Team Six, on Thursday reportedly pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges related to the 2017 death of Army Green Beret Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar.
Prince Harry's recent libel suit against a British tabloid contains revealing insights into how he sees his own reputation—which appears to still be closely bound to the country he left behind.
Prince Harry and "The Mail on Sunday" have reached a libel settlement over claims he turned his back on the Royal Marines. A statement is expected in court soon, sources tell Newsweek.
Prince Harry's lawyers claim a newspaper article accusing him of turning his back on the Royal Marines left military personnel "more susceptible to suicide," Newsweek can reveal.
The former marine was taken into custody on charges of conspiracy, theft of government property, and transporting stolen goods between states.
In an interview, Meyers Leonard detailed his reasoning for standing during the national anthem at the Heat's re-opening game on Saturday. He explained that he still supports Black Lives Matter.
Since July 1, the U.S. military has confirmed 4,100 cases of COVID-19 among currently active service members.
Extra money for medical staff, housing, staging facilities, face masks and other changes have added substantial costs to the branches' usual operating budgets.
Some veterans are very good at returning to normal life, but for many, it's a struggle.
"It's an angle that we never got to put in the film because we found out about it quite late in the process," Farrier told Newsweek.
Over 100 Marines have been deployed Tuesday to the American embassy in Iraq as reinforcements after Iranian-backed protesters attempted to storm the compound.
Amid a barrage of criticisms from U.S. Marines over an article which revealed the identity of a Marine reservist being harassed over nude pictures of herself, the service's top brass backed the embattled Marine and asked for a full retraction of the story.
Jacob Daniel Price, 30, has been charged with two counts of premeditated murder and two counts of aggravated animal cruelty.
The niece of Samuel Jackson, 67, who was struck and killed by a vehicle on Sunday in Norristown, Pennsylvania, said to the driver, "one day you will be held accountable."
Current and former U.S. Marines rebuked Corps leaders. "The vitriol towards female Marines is at an all-time high right now and this video just shows it," said former Marine Sergeant Erin Kirk-Cuomo.
Marine Col. Daniel Wilson, 58, was released last week after the U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals overturned his verdict in July.
Abandoning our Kurdish partners, who valiantly fought alongside us to combat ISIS, is not consistent with who we are as a military force.
Kelvin Ty Whelly, the former U.S. Marine infantryman who was part of a smear campaign against Senator Warren, falsely claimed to be a combat veteran of the Afghanistan War.
Bad optics? U.S. Marine Commandant General David H. Berger of the Marine Corps is upset that one of his units in South Florida planned to hold its annual military ball at President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach.
Plans for the November 16 event are apparently not yet "set in stone."
Kahsai Tyree Hill, 21, has partially denied the charge after the incident in Tokyo's Shinjuku district.
After Trump's election, a child approached my son and said "no offence but see you later man, I guess this is goodbye."
The numbers from 2018 paint a bleak picture of a U.S. military culture that has left senior Defense Department officials grappling to find effective methods to stem the surge of assaults.
The Pentagon identified three U.S. Marines killed in Afghanistan on Monday after their convoy was attacked by a Taliban militant driving a car rigged with explosives.
"It was a bad mistake. We had no intention to offend," one of the men told KPBS in San Diego.
Since President Trump has taken office, things have only gotten worse—hostilities towards immigrants continue to grow.
"I want the American people to understand what has been, what is and what will be, to solve this problem," Okinawa Governor Denny Tamaki said.