When news spread the Marine Corps was considering closing its historic base at Parris Island, local leaders were shocked.
A former commanding general argues that it and other coastal bases face drastic threats from climate change.
A new bill aims to halt any moves by the Marine Corps to end its longtime training mission in Parris Island.
The Marine Corps is considering a plan in which it could funnel all recruits to a new base.
The mere possibility of the Marine Corps shaking up where it trains new recruits has drawn swift backlash.
Marine Pfc. Austin Ferrell said he was excited about setting the new record, but not as much as some of his fellow Marines.
The military has launched its second big study looking at how the novel coronavirus affects young people.
The virus is impacting training at the Marine Corps' Parris Island Recruit Depot and across the military.
About 300 future trainees are in their second week of quarantine at a new expeditionary staging area at Parris Island.
Military leaders are racing to implement policies to prevent the spread of coronavirus at boot camp and other hard-hit areas.
The Heritage Index assessed U.S. military strength across the service branches on a five-tiered scale.
U.S. Army Recruiting Command is reducing its force by roughly 1,700 recruiters over the next year.
Robert Teichgraeber, 100, survived 421 days as a prisoner of war.
By the end of the spring, there will be 294 new naval aviation officers.
Members of II Marine Expeditionary Force wrapped up a training exercise last week that ran from North Carolina to New York.