Marine Corps Times News Feed
  1. The money was designed to help retain employees with in-demand skills but was awarded improperly to 170 senior officials.
  2. The $826-billion GOP bill to fund the Defense Department faces opposition from all House Democrats and a handful of key Republican lawmakers.
  3. The number of overdue cases hasn't been that high since 2014.
  4. Efforts to force Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville to end confirmation blockade have yet to yield results.
  5. The findings from Wounded Warrior Project point to gaps in resources for women after leaving the ranks.
  6. Department leaders brought in more than 54,000 new employees in 11 months, pushing worker levels to their highest mark ever.
  7. Virus infection cases within the VA health care system are up more than 200% in the last two months.
  8. Defense and veterans hearings on Capitol Hill for the week of Sept. 18, 2023.
  9. Lawmakers want more information on how many procedures have been performed and how they were justified.
  10. Multiple House lawmakers expressed doubt that the expensive vets records project can be saved.


From World War II to Operation Desert Storm. The "Fighting Shamrocks" from VMSB to VMFA have served and sacrificed gallantly every time it has been called upon. From the cold inside the Artic Circle at Bodo Norway to the heat and dirt of Balıkesir Turkey. Shamrocks have left their mark.


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