Remains Of WWII Marine Found On Island To Arrive In FloridaRemains of a World War II U.S. Marine, recovered from a Pacific Island, will be buried in Florida near the grave of his twin brother.
Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Georges EsperanceFor Georges Esperance, serving in the Marine Corps meant escape from a bleak life in Haiti and the opportunity to serve something greater than himself.
Pembroke Pines Re-Names Avenue After Fallen MarineDozens of residents honored a fallen South Florida marine who was killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday night.
Local Military Recruiters Keep Doors Open Despite Tenn. ShootingFuture soldiers, with dreams to protect and defend the U.S. are still making their way in and out of recruiting offices around South Florida – despite the tragedy in Tennessee.
Salvage Crew At Fla. Site Of Helicopter Crash That Killed 11 A salvage barge moved off the Florida Panhandle coast to lift the wreckage of a shattered Black Hawk helicopter from the waters, days after seven Marines and four soldiers were killed when the aircraft crashed in dense fog on a nighttime training mission.
Southern Command Intel Officer Sentenced To PrisonA former intelligence specialist for the Miami-based Southern Command who reportedly threatened and blackmailed a confidential informant has been sentenced to more than three years in prison.
Marine Sergeant From Weston Awarded Bronze StarOn the 70th anniversary of D Day, the day that turned the tide of World War II, a Weston Marine made his own bit of history.
Broward School Bus Driver Fighting Suspension Over Phone Call From Marine Son A South Florida woman waited 7 months to hear from her son serving in the Marines in Iraq. But when she took that phone call her employer -- the Broward County School District -- said she broke the rules.
Wounded Warriors Find Therapy In Keys Dolphins It was a different kind of therapy for about 30 wounded military veterans who had an interactive session with dolphins in the Florida Keys Saturday.
South Florida Marine Remembers “Hell” of War In IraqOn May 1st, 2003, then President George W. Bush walked across the deck of the aircraft carrier, the USS Abraham Lincoln, and declared combat victory in the war in Iraq.
Lehigh Acres Man Killed In AfghanistanSgt. Jason G. Amores has been killed in combat while serving in Afghanistan.