Military Husband Celebrates Gender Reveal With Comrades While Deployed to Japan
A military husband celebrates a gender reveal with his comrades while deployed in Japan. https://ietv.co/2s4JV0L
Democratic Senator Grills Marine Corps Commandant Over Nude Photo Scandal
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand demanded accountability from General Neller over the nude photo scandal in a powerful speech.
Ronda Rousey Says 'Yes' To NC Marine After Invitation To Marine Corps Ball As Video Goes Viral
She said yes! MMA fighter Ronda Rousey has accepted the invitation of a North Carolina Marine to attend his Marine Corps Ball later this year. The video went viral after he posted it on Facebook a wee...
Here's What Happened When UFC Fighters Took On Marine Corps Martial-Arts Experts
Have you ever wondered how the toughest competitors in the Ultimate Fighting Championship would stack up against the military? Well, you can stop wondering. A YouTube video called "UFC Fighters Experi...
Chattanooga Shooting: 4 Marines Killed In Attacks On Chattanooga Military Facilities
A gunman unleashed a barrage of gunfire at two military facilities Thursday in Chattanooga, killing four Marines, officials said. The suspect also was killed. Three others were injured, including a po...
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