Infantry Marines, Commandant Berger said, are going to be operating in a more decentralized, distributed way in the future.
U.S. troops in the Asia-Pacific region are still based largely where they were 30 or 40 years ago.
The Marine Corps is struggling to retain women because many feel they must choose between a military career and their family.
The Marine Corps has work to do when it comes to building diversity in its top ranks, he said.
Commandant Berger issued a letter to explain his reasons for banning public displays of Confederate paraphernalia.
Marines leaving the service on or before Jan. 1, 2023, won't have to buy the new female dress coat, the service announced.
Marines won't face the same hardships some endured during the post-war drawdown, when thousands were cut from the ranks.
Commandant Gen. David Berger said his decision to ban Confederate items wasn't based on a specific event.
The Marines are known for recruiting some of the most physically fit people -- and now they might be after the brainiest too.
Commandant Gen. David Berger called the moves "some of my most important matters for immediate execution."
As DoD officials look into reports of military participants, legal experts weigh in on what charges they might face.
Jacob Anthony Angeli Chansley, a 33-year-old Navy veteran, refused to take the anthrax vaccine while in the Navy.
Larry Rendall Brock Jr., an Air Force veteran seen brandishing zip tie handcuffs during the pro-Trump siege at the U.S...
Capt. Emily Rainey is scheduled to leave the Army in April after resigning her commission over earlier incidents.
The Marine Corps hit a milestone when three women completed drill instructor school at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego.