It’s been said that September 11th, 2001 was our generation’s Pearl Harbor, our defining moment. But that bold and shameful attack against America in 2001 mostly killed civilians.
The Marine Corps is using its smaller-than-normal Australia rotation to test how it might dispatch tiny teams armed with unmanned tools to collect intel during future operations.
In this video, InMilitary Managing Editor Wes O’Donnell interviews Marine veteran of 24 years, Dr. Larry Parker.
A new Rand Corp. study offers a report card for each of the U.S. military’s systems to create generals and admirals that could shape the Pentagon’s future approach to building joint-force leaders.
You’re a U.S. Marine Corps colonel commanding a battalion hiding out on an austere island outpost in the South China Sea, a few hundred miles northwest of The Philippines.
After the tragic deaths of eight Marines and one sailor in a training accident, it’s time to take a hard look at the 50-year-old vehicle they were riding in.
Nearly 300 female Marines have moved into combat-arms jobs that were, up until less than five years ago, previously open only to men. But only one female officer has led a Marine infantry platoon so far.