Prosecutors said the crimes were "committed on a cold, calculated and premeditated manner without any pretense of moral or legal justification."
The driver compared the Marines to angels to Newsweek after they spotted her stranded during their journey from a funeral service in Washington.
The funeral procession included roughy 1,000 motorcyclists of the Patriot Guard to remember 20-year-old Marine Jared Schmitz.
Shana Chappell's Facebook post accusing Biden of having "blood on his hands" went viral after her son Kareem Nikoui died in the Kabul airport attack.
In August, those Marines and service members weren't in Afghanistan to fight anymore, they were risking their lives to help Americans and other Afghans depart safely. To see them killed feels like a punch in the gut. It hurts.
Punishments for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine include "removal of qualification for advancement, promotions, reenlistment, or continuation," according to Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro.
"We express our deepest condolences to Ms. Chappell and her family. Her tribute to her heroic son does not violate any of our policies," the company told Newsweek.
"I could stay in the Marine Corps for another three years, but I don't think that's the path I am on," he said in a video posted Sunday.
Lt. Colonel Stuart Scheller appeared to criticize Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
"I am making [this video] because I have a growing discontent and contempt for my perceived ineptitude at the foreign policy level," the Marine officer said.
Among those that have been named are Maxton William Soviak of Ohio, David Lee Espinoza of Texas and Rylee McCollum of Wyoming.
The former Fox News host found a way to offend tennis fans and those connected with the U.S. military.
"Families are showing up to pick up the bodies [of people they know], and this is how it is going to be for the whole night," Nasser Waziri told Newsweek.
The marine was shown pouring water from his own bottle directly into the mouths of several thirsty Afghan children.
More than 1,100 military personnel died aboard the Arizona, more than any other ship, at Pearl Harbor.
"They were kids, and they were put in a death trap," attorney Eric Dubin said at a press conference while accompanied by the families of some of the victims.
"When towing companies ignore their legal obligations under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, it can have serious financial consequences," said the DOJ.
Gunnery Sgt. Mario Madera-Rodriguez also faces a reduction in rank and a dishonorable discharge for his role in Green Beret Logan Melgar's hazing death. .
Marine Gunnery Sgt. Mario Madera-Rodriguez is currently on trial for his alleged role in the 2017 hazing-gone-wrong death of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar.
Maj. Gen. Robert F. Castellvi was suspended in April after an investigation into a training accident last summer, and has now been relieved of duty.
Private First Class Dalton Beals died while he took part in the training exercise known as "The Crucible" in South Carolina.
Police said the suspected shooter is a former U.S. Marine who had a concealed weapons permit and a minimal criminal history.
The II Marine Expeditionary Force was among those criticizing the far-right host over his suggestion that the U.S. military is becoming too "feminine."
"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.
In separate statements, the DoD and Taiwan's defense ministry both denied reports of training exercises involving U.S. Marines, despite conflicting accounts.
Taiwan's navy confirmed the military exchanges on Monday, marking the first time the presence of American troops on the island has been publicly acknowledged since 1979.