U.S. Marine Corps
Last home game at Neyland honors veterans, seniorsLast home game at Neyland honors veterans, seniors(WBIR-KNOXVILLE) The Volunteers final home game of 2015 honored both veterans and graduating seniors.
GSU’s Williams recognized as academic leaderGSU’s Williams recognized as academic leaderQB gets one of two Marine Corps awards at Bayou Classic lunch
Tomah VA Medical Center launches 100-day improvement planTomah VA Medical Center launches 100-day improvement plan The Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center has adopted another plan to improve patient care at the troubled facility.
Kentucky Afield host Tim Farmer says farewellKentucky Afield host Tim Farmer says farewellTim Farmer planned for a 40-year, two-tier career in service to his country, his state, and his community.
Trudy Rubin: Celebrate those who honor American valuesTrudy Rubin: Celebrate those who honor American valuesTrudy Rubin honors voices of sanity who are upholding America's long tradition of welcoming refugees.
Faith at work: Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015Faith at work: Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015Religious services and events in the Pensacola area.
Southern Indiana program committed to helping veteransSouthern Indiana program committed to helping veteransProgram aims to help vets who get into trouble and enter criminal justice system
Marine's voice becomes part of student StoryCorps oral history projectMarine's voice becomes part of student StoryCorps oral history projectHigh school students across the country are making oral history this week by recording interviews with their elders in an unprecedented effort to stockpile wisdom for the ages.
Indiana county leaders commit to helping veteransIndiana county leaders commit to helping veteransLeaders from both counties, including Clark County Prosecutor Jeremy Mull and Floyd County Superior Court No. 3 Judge Maria Granger, announced the continued expansion and multicounty collaboration Tuesday.
Village NewsVillage NewsWhat's happening in Guam's villages
Coldwell Banker collects Toys for Tots in FlemingtonColdwell Banker collects Toys for Tots in FlemingtonNew, unwrapped toys and games can be dropped off at Coldwell Banker's office on Route 31 through Dec. 15.
2 wounded vets celebrate 'Alive Day' on Thanksgiving2 wounded vets celebrate 'Alive Day' on ThanksgivingIt falls on a different calendar day every year, but for two U.S. Marine veterans, Thanksgiving will always be a day to celebrate life.
BAE Systems wins contract to build amphibious prototypesBAE Systems wins contract to build amphibious prototypesBAE Systems will produce 16 prototypes that will be tested by the Marine Corps starting in late 2016
Sailors and Marines enjoy holiday meal with familySailors and Marines enjoy holiday meal with familyMike Gooding reports live from the first ever Navy 'ThanksGathering.'
Yorktown therapy dog honored by American Kennel ClubYorktown therapy dog honored by American Kennel ClubThe Rottweiler, named Wynd, has provided therapy for wounded Marines as well as families of fallen servicemembers.
Toys for Tots gets a late startToys for Tots gets a late startDonations, toy collection now underway
AP Interview: US must address waste, fraud in Afghan aidAP Interview: US must address waste, fraud in Afghan aid With Washington set to send billions of dollars in fresh aid to Afghanistan despite the military drawdown, the U.S. official in charge of auditing assistance programs says "it's not too late" to address the fraud and mismanagement that has bedeviled the...
Marine Corps Museum near Quantico to close for 3 monthsMarine Corps Museum near Quantico to close for 3 monthsThe National Museum of the Marine Corps in Virginia is planning to close for three months at the start of 2016 to allow for the display of two new aircraft.
Obama signs defense bill, approves buildup expensesObama signs defense bill, approves buildup expenses The national defense bill approves nearly $400 million on military build-up related projects.
Turkey Trot race shows old running club still thrivingTurkey Trot race shows old running club still thriving Almost 200 runners showed up Thursday to participate in the Guam Running Club’s 45th annual Turkey Trot 3.5-mile race.
Marine Corps chief says his troops ready for SyriaMarine Corps chief says his troops ready for SyriaMarines are prepared to fight and win a ground war with the Islamic State group inside Syria, but such an assignment would be dangerous, complicated and undesirable, the service's top general said.
Toys for Tots registration begins this weekendToys for Tots registration begins this weekendSome policies are changing this year for the annual distribution of toys to families in need.
New Veterans Park monument to honor women vetsNew Veterans Park monument to honor women vetsA $406,400 appropriation from the 2014 New Mexico Legislature is going to pay for the design and construction of a new memorial honoring women veterans. The monument will recognize women who served honorably in the U.S. military
Marine museum to close for huge renovation projectMarine museum to close for huge renovation projectThe National Museum of the Marine Corps is about to temporarily shut down for a massive reboot.
Conner named Licking County Veteran of the YearConner named Licking County Veteran of the YearAmerican Legion Post 398 of Granville commander receives award at annual dinner
GNC, some exchanges stop selling USPlabs productsGNC, some exchanges stop selling USPlabs productsGNC has ordered its retail stores, including those located on military bases, to stop selling products made by USPlabs.
National Marine Corps museum plans massive expansionNational Marine Corps museum plans massive expansionEditor's note: This story first appeared in the July 15, 2013, edition of Marine Corps Times.