Saturday, July 2, 2022

Topic: Marines

U.S. Marines train for rapid combined arms assault in Australia

U.S. Marines with Combined Anti-Armor Team, Ground Combat Element, Marine Rotational Force – Darwin, taken parts in a simulated fire mission utilizing heavy machine guns and artillery...

U.S. Marine Corps 4th Tanks Battalion deactivates after 77 years

Dozens of Marines gathered to pay homage with their families and say goodbye to 4th Tanks Battalion as they officially completed their sundown after 77 years of...

U.S. Marine Corps divests Hercules M88 recovery vehicles

After nearly 60 years of service, the U.S. Marine Corps begin divesting its fleet of its largest armored recovery vehicles in accordance to the future redesign of...

New details released on deadly amphibious assault vehicle accident

More details are being released regarding a deadly amphibious assault vehicle accident in Southern California on July 30. 1 Marine has died, 8 service members remain missing and...

Northrop Grumman to update AH-1Z and UH-1Y helicopters

Last week, Northrop Grumman reported that recent awards from United States Marine Corps. will allow the company to update the AH-1Z and UH-1Y helicopters. As noted by the...

U.S. Marine Corps turns to Knight’s Armament for small arms suppressors

The United States Marine Corps takes new steps to receive new suppressors for use with M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle (IAR), M4 Carbine and M4A1 Close Quarter Battle Weapon. The...

U.S. Marine Corps is updating its tactical satellite system

The Marine Corps Systems Command has announced that service is updating its tactical satellite system that provides increased communication on the battlefield. Based on field user evaluations, the...

U.S. forces conduct amphibious reconnaissance operations in Saudi Arabia

The U.S. and Saudi forces are conducting amphibious reconnaissance operations on and around Karan and Kurayn islands, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to enhance their combat skills and...

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