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Pushing medical data downrange

As electronic health records become the norm, here are a few of the capabilities that EHRs will offe…

Marine task force headed to Helmand trains with drones called Instant Eye

“We can send this thing ahead and it can look for us,” said Cpl. Isaac Brown, an intelligence analys…

Marine Corps looks to empower squad leaders with new combat tech

The Marine Corps is working to field new combat gear that could revolutionize how its smallest units…

Marines may follow Army's lead in ditching the M9 Beretta

The Army is getting a new handgun – and the Marines may follow suit, even if it takes a while.

New in 2017: Marines likely to expand cyber warfare units

The Corps cyber warrior force and other high-tech fields may expand rapidly.

Marine grunts to get new all-terrain vehicles for missions

The Corps new ATVs are designed to support infantry Marines' tactical missions. Fielding begins in e…

Marines want new technologies to take enemy beaches

Modern weapons can destroy ships and landing craft many miles from shore, forcing the Marine Corps t…

Corps to upgrade aging LAVs while searching for a replacement

The Marine Corps' light armored vehicles qualify for antique license plates in most states, but the…

Top Marine aviator: 'Ways to go' before enough aircraft are flyable

Engineers and mechanics are working furiously to keep enough of the Marine Corps' aging planes and h…

The Marines wants to start fielding new gear faster than ever

Marines are being asked to test out tons of cool new gear and share ideas on ways the Corps can fill…

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Marine vet helped seize a German U-boat off the Maine coast in WWII

Around 3 a.m. a Marine first sergeant shone a flashlight in Cpl. Edwin Glasberg's face and shook him…

Paxton: Women will be successful in infantry units

“This is not about women in uniform and it’s not about women in combat,” Paxton said.

U.S. Marines, sailors flex their amphibious muscles in Russia's backyard

U.S. Marines and sailors recently teamed with other NATO allies during a major show of force in Ukra…

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F-35 logistics system all set for US Air Force and Navy, not yet for Marines

This version of the system was originally due to be fielded in August 2016.

Cost of US Marine Corps CH-53K helicopter program grows to $27.7B

The cost of the CH-53K program has grown, but the service has 160 ideas for finding savings.

Navy: Jets will be modified as it determines oxygen problem

The U.S. Navy on Saturday said it will allow a fleet of its training jets to fly again under modifie…

Military seeks civilians with high-tech skills to counter ISIS

A decade ago, he was a young Army soldier training Iraqi troops when he noticed their primitive fil…

US launches qualification tests for upgraded nuclear bomb

Work on the B61-12 has been ongoing for years, and government officials say the latest tests using m…

Trump fuels renewed battle over Navy combat jets

Boeing's F/A-18 Super Hornet has seen new life following Trump's criticisms of Lockheed's F-35 progr…

Drones 'a critical component' for Marine electronic warfare tactics

In the recently published 2017 Aviation Plan, the Marines note that UAS will be a planned critical c…

US hammered Syria with Tomahawk missiles, a weapon the Pentagon doesn't want anymore

The 3,500-pound munition used against a Syrian airfield Thursday is one of the military's most used…