Few things have the power to transport people like the cinema. Who can forget Robert Williams' "Good morning, Vietnam" or Marine Corps DI Hartman's memorable quotes? The following list is of our favorite military movies. SEE ALSO: An...Show More Summary
The ad opens with Mark Geist walking through Arlington National Cemetery, dressed in a crisp collared shirt. He’s been identified only as a Marine Corps veteran, but some viewers will undoubtably recognize him on sight. Geist was a member of the security team that rescued 25 Americans in the 2012 attacks on the American compound in Benghazi. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has confirmed two senior generals to lead the Air Force and the command responsible for military operations in Africa. Waldhauser is a Marine Corps general who told the Senate Armed Services Committee recently he is not aware the U.S. has an "overall grand strategy" for Libya.
The U.S. Marine Corps will change more than a dozen occupational titles to make them gender-neutral as the military aims to integrate more women into combat roles. The decision, to be made official during an announcement on Friday, will remove the word "man" from 19 job titles. Show More Summary
The Marine Corps will rename 19 job titles to make them gender neutral, as the military works to integrate women into more combat roles. The word "man" will be cut from many of the titles and replaced with the word "Marine," a Marine Corps spokeswoman confirmed to Mother Jones, adding that an official announcement would be made Friday. Show More Summary
The US Marine Corps will move one of its amphibious expeditionary groups from the west coast of the United States to the Asia Pacific as early as 2019, according to reports on Wednesday.
[Content Note: Misogyny.]So I'm reading this article in the Washington Post about how people are losing their shit because the Marine Corps is renaming "19 of its job titles following a directive by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus to...Show More Summary
After allowing women to serve in combat roles, the United States Marines Corps plans to update various specialty titles to be ungendered. Insecure men are angry about this. Antitank Missilemen, for example, will now be Antitank Gunners instead. Show More Summary
The Marine Corps will drop the term "man" from a number of job titles. Quite a few manly Marines have gotten surprisingly emotional over this.
Our buddy, Jeff Schogol, writes in the Marine Corps Times about the issues that consumed the Marines responding to the September 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the Benghazi consulate while those Marines sat on the runway 2000 miles away from their objective. “We were told multiple times to change what we were wearing, to change […]
Silly Methodists pull prank at Istanbul Airport VW settles diesel emissions fraud cases The Marine Corps continues with leftward spiral Petulant EU throwing temper tantrums Screw the 3AM call crap, what about business hours? Hard to pull the wool...
The U.S. Marine Corps wants to shoot down enemy aircraft faster and more preciselyand its going to swap todays guns and surface-to-air missiles to do so.
In a move that has left some members of disgruntled, the U.S. Marines Corps has decided to make a number of their service titles gender neutral by removing the word “man” from combat jobs—and as you might have guessed by now, some dudes be angry. Read more...
America’s descent into politically correct craziness is continuing, and once again affecting the U.S. military. The Marine Corps has announced... The post PC MADNESS: U.S. Marine Corps Removing The Word ‘Man’ From Multiple Job Titles appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The Marine Corps will remove the word “man” from 19 of its job titles to reflect how women may now serve in all combat roles.
The Marine Corps Times reports that the Corps has decided which job titles they want to make gender-neutral and which will remain unchanged; In all, the Marine Corps plans to rename 19 of its military occupational specialties, or MOSs, as the result of a months-long review mandated by Navy Secretary Ray Mabus. A service-wide message […]
Photo By: Office of U.S. Marine Corps Communication, Headquarters Marine Corps One of the officers in Joe Rosenthal's iconic 'Rasing the Flag on Iwo Jima' has been mis-identified for over 70 years, according to a statement by the U.S. Show More Summary
HMC Ret sends us a link to the Marine Corps Times which reports that Gunnery Sergeant Geann Pereira will be awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for what he did when a coalition Puma Mk 2 helicopter crashed near where he was working at Camp Resolute Support in Kabul on October 11, 2015; The […]
More than 70 years after the end of World War II, the US Marine Corps on Thursday acknowledged a case of mistaken identity in its most iconic image from the conflict. The classic image -- taken by Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal...Show More Summary
David Axe Security, The hits keep on coming. The U.S. Marine Corps has received the first two old F/A-18 Hornet fighters that Boeing is pulling out the U.S. military’s retired-warplane storage facility in Arizona and refurbishing for continued service. Under a contract the U.S. Show More Summary