Check out the five most read stories by Marines and their families from this past year. Did your favorite make the cut?
It’s easy to misjudge how long the effects of alcohol will last. Many people believe they will begin to sober up — and be able to drive safely — once they stop drinking and have a cup of coffee. But the truth is that alcohol continues to affect the brain and body long after finishing that last drink.
Now that the holiday season is upon us, our thoughts turn to good will and ways we can give back. There are lots of opportunities available, but sometimes it’s hard to figure out where to start. Check out these easy ways to do some good in your community.
Since we spend most of our day at work, why not take advantage of it? Make your workplace work for you. Practicing healthy habits during your business hours will keep you energized, keep your spirits up, and boost your productivity.
The holiday season is filled with happiness, but also with high energy costs that can steal your holiday joy. Do your part to be as energy-smart as possible by using these simple tips
There are numerous grassroots and online resources available to learn about drone racing.
In 2008, former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates designated November as Warrior Care Month. Each November, we especially honor our wounded warriors who sacrificed so much for both the Corps and for our country. How can you get involved this year?
The holiday season is here, which means it’s time to start thinking about sending gifts to your loved ones who may be stationed away from home or overseas.
Every 11 November, the nation comes together to remember and honor the service and sacrifices of our Veterans. Veteran’s Day means many things to many people. The staff of the Marine For Life Network, many of them Veterans themselves, reflects on what Veteran’s Day means to them.
The Birthday Ball is a celebration of Marine Corps’ history and traditions. It gives us a look at the Corps’ past, present and future. On 10 November Marines throughout the world celebrate the birth of their Corps.