Ex-Marine Charged In Stabbing Death Of Houston BoyA 27-year-old ex-Marine from Houston has been charged with murder in the stabbing death of an 11-year-old who was walking home from school last month, police said Saturday.
Bill Launches Investigation Into Why Army Gave Away Military DogsThe House passed the bipartisan FY17 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) last week.
American Hero Remembered In Fort WorthGino Salvatore Zangara fought in three different wars, in three different branches of the U.S. military.
Wounded Marine To Climb Mount KilimanjaroBlake Watson said his challenge is to see "that I still have the mental drive and physical ability to do things like this."
Search Off Hawaii For 12 Missing Marines SuspendedA massive search for 12 Marines who were aboard two helicopters that crashed off Hawaii has been suspended, after the five-day effort failed to locate any sign of them. Two Texans, Maj. Shawn M. Campbell and Cpl. Matthew R. Drown are among the missing.
Texans Among 12 Marines Missing In Hawaii Helicopter CrashThe U.S. Marine Corps has released the names of 12 Marines missing after two helicopters crashed off Hawaii.
Collin Co. Organization Honors 6 Young Military Men Who Died In ServicePortraits of the men, who were all under age 25 when they died, will hang at the Collin County Courthouse.
Marines Don't Want Armed Civilians Protecting Recruiting OfficesThe Marines are quietly shutting down a grassroots movement to guard military recruiting centers.
Arlington Marine Was Not On Missing HelicopterA Marine from Arlington who was feared missing in Nepal is safe, according to his brother.
Marine Killed At Base Was From CrowleyThe Marine who was killed this week at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina has been identified as Lance Cpl. Mark N. Boterf of Crowley. He joined the Marines in August 2012.
Perry Searches Pacific For U.S. ServicemenGov. Rick Perry and wife Anita Perry have traveled to a remote South Pacific archipelago to search for U.S. servicemen missing from World War II battles.
Retired Marines Gather To Remember Those Lost In 1983 Beirut BombingKip Gandy left DFW Airport Tuesday night on his way to a reunion of retired U.S. Marines who served in Beirut, Lebanon 30-years ago. He remembered the days leading up to the most bloody, single-day loss of life for the Marine Corps since Iwo Jima in World War II.