A former Marine Corps drill instructor will serve 45 days' restriction and be administratively separated from the military.
A corporal stationed at Camp Pendleton pleaded guilty at a summary court-martial to belittling and berating a subordinate.
An attorney said the government wants a seven-year sentence, accompanied by demotion to private and dishonorable discharge.
A former U.S. Marine Corps drill instructor was found guilty on Thursday evening of hazing Muslim recruits and assaulting oth...
The lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Detroit claims the Corps "fostered a culture of abuse and hazing" at Parris Islan...
At least 15 Marines have been forced out of the service since June in connection with hazing allegations.
A Marine sergeant accused of hazing will be tried at a lesser hearing after agreeing to testify against another drill instru...
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The Marine Corps is testing screening tools that could highlight qualities difficult to pinpoint with a checklist.
A instructor accused of hazing recruits aboard Parris Island, South Carolina, has pleaded guilty at a summary court-martial.