Marco A. Chavez, a green card holder and Marine Corps veteran, was deported in 2002 after a conviction, but a pardon this year allowed him to return.
A veteran of the fight to take a Pacific atoll in World War II, he fought for the return of Marines’ remains and to restore a beach as “hallowed ground.”
Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Nicholas James-McLean had been driving under the influence of alcohol.
Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Felix was convicted of abusing more than a dozen trainees, including taunting three Muslims as “terrorists” or “ISIS.”
Ashley Volk waited for Sam Siatta to return from Afghanistan. She couldn’t have seen the detours ahead. But “she kept on fighting, for him and for them.”
A Marine Attacked an Iraqi Restaurant. But Was It a Hate Crime or PTSD? By DAVE PHILIPPS October 18, 2017 Damien Rodriguez’s case raised questions about what constitutes a hate crime and how effectively the legal system treats combat veterans who...