A Marine veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan took up self-imposed duty in front of a central California elementary school in the wake of the Connecticut shooting.
A Marine who was convicted in the 2005 killings of unarmed Iraqi has returned home to Connecticut for a golf tournament organized by local veterans for his benefit.
The governor has ordered flags to fly at half staff in Connecticut Saturday, in honor of Marine Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Budrejko.
A Marine from Connecticut is identified as one of the victims of a helicopter training accident this week.
The Marine Corps has discharged the lone Marine convicted in the 2005 killings of unarmed Iraqi civilians in the town of Haditha, a spokesman said Tuesday.
A government spokesman says Iraq will take legal action to ensure justice for the families of 24 unarmed Iraqi civilians killed in a U.S. raid in Haditha seven years ago, a reflection of anger after Meriden Marine Frank Wuterich escaped jail time at his trial.
The prosecution showed outtakes of a 2007 CBS “60 Minutes” interview at the Camp Pendleton trial of Meriden Marine Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich Friday,
A Camp Pendleton Marine testified Wednesday that his commanding officer called for violent retaliation before his squad killed 24 Iraqis, including women and children, in 2005.
A Connecticut Marine who’s the last defendant in the biggest criminal case against U.S. troops in the Iraq War is headed to trial this week.
Scott Olson of Getty Images captured this photo of Navy Corpsman HM3 Joe Collins of Mystic, Connecticut, as he kicked open a door to look for cover inside a compount during a firefight near Forward […]