Drafted in 1998 to be one of the next great Steelers defensive linemen, California native Jeremy Staat lasted only a couple of years. Eventually joining the Marine Corps following the death of his friend Pat Tillman, Staat told The Cook and Poni Show on 93.7 the Fan Thursday about his journey
A local World War II veteran has dedicated his life’s work to getting his former sergeant from the Battle of Iwo Jima recognized for saving his life during the war.
It was almost a year ago when NCIS agents, joined by Washington County investigators raided the Army Navy surplus store in California, Pennsylvania.
A local veteran is receiving some much needed help with his home. Volunteers have spent days working on repairs.
Once known only in military circles, all that changed when its namesake, “NCIS,” debuted on television. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service has been around a lot longer than the TV version. They protect the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps personnel as well as assets all over the world.
This Army Navy surplus store in California, PA, is part of a nationwide investigation by the NCIS of stolen property taken illegally from a Marine Corps base in North Carolina.
After spending enough time with the Pittsburgh Steelers and other NFL franchises, Jeremy Staat decided there was a cause bigger than that which he wanted to take up, and that’s when he joined the Marine Corp.
A young Marine just out of boot camp is fighting a different fight. The 17-year-old North Allegheny student wants to wear her Marine dress blues to her graduation ceremony, but was told she was not permitted to do so.