Sinkholes Force Marines to Close Major Roadway at Parris Island
The 3rd Battalion Causeway has been under scrutiny since December, according to a spokesman.
SC Man Searching for Owner of Parris Island Marine Ring
An inscription on the ring indicates it likely belongs to a Sept. 22, 2017, boot-camp graduate from Platoon 1066.
Federal Judge Dismisses $100 Million Lawsuit over Parris Island Recruit Death
Pvt. Raheel Siddiqui, a 20-year-old Muslim-American from Taylor, Mich., died after a three-story fall from his barracks.
Attorney 'Confident' $100M Lawsuit over Parris Island Recruit Death Will Survive
Ghazala and Masood Siddiqui allege government negligence contributed to their son's death.
3 Generations of Parris Island Marines Meet for 'Extremely Rare' Honor
It was an intimate moment, a proud occasion -- a glimpse inside a military family and its definition of "normal."
Few Marines Face the Parris Island 'Mind Game' This Recruit Endured
Boot camp is a "mind game," he says, and the one he's faced had a unique twist.
Marines Follow Governor's Lead, Cancel Parris Island Evacuation Ahead of Florence
The Marines will follow the lead of S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster, who on Tuesday rescinded a mandatory evacuation order.
Recruits Testify About Training Under Accused Marine Drill Instructor
The public got its first glimpse Monday morning into the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island training platoon.
Marines Made Key Change to Parris Island Officer's Court-Martial
The Marine Corps made a change to a court-martial scheduled to overlap the anniversary of the death of a former trainee.
Parris Island Marine Sprinted into Oncoming Traffic to Save Man's Life
After the impact launched him through the air, Cpl. Miles Hogan got up and sprinted back to the man he'd been trying to save.
USMC: Before Recruit Died, Platoon Mates Ordered to Beat One Another
The day before Marine Corps recruit Raheel Siddiqui's death, members of his platoon were learning how to throw punches.
USMC: Muslim-American Recruit Called 'Terrorist' Prior to His Death
The drill instructor who allegedly hazed Siddiqui at Parris Island also called him a "terrorist" the USMC said.
Parris Island Under Water? One Study Says It Could Happen
Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island sits on about 8,000 acres of land. A fifth of that, according to one study, could be...
Marine Recruit who Attacked Comrade Involved in Second Incident
The Parris Island recruit who attacked a fellow trainee in sick bay on Easter Sunday was involved in a second incident that f...
Parris Island Recruit Attacked Comrade, Will Be Separated from Corps
A Parris Island recruit is being separated from the Marine Corps after attacking a fellow recruit whose parents say he was in...
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