Your local neighborhood Marine Corps Air Station picked up debris and worked to return to normal operations after Tropical Storm Irma sent winds and storm surge blasting through the Lowcountry on Monday.
Lance Cpl. Parker GolzMCAS Beaufort
MCAS Beaufort cleans up after Tropical Storm Irma
Watch jets land at Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort as they return from Irma evacuation
The SC National Guard came to Bluffton's Buckwalter Rec Center, but not to play
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Remembering Guadalcanal, the Marines' first major WWII offensive in the Pacific
This is how a Parris Island Drill Instructor saved a recruit's life
C-17 flies over Hilton Head during Salute From the Shore
Marine demonstrates how to hold M16-A4
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Beaufort community pays its respects at indigent Vietnam veteran's funeral
More human remains found inside Hunley submarine
First public look inside Hunley submarine since it sank in the 1800s
After S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster called for the barrier islands to be evacuated as Hurricane Irma hurtles north, the South Carolina National Guard arrived in Beaufort County to help with emergency operations. The Guard set up camp at the Buckwalter Recreation Center in Bluffton. Here's a peak at how the Guard transformed a rec center into a base.
The U.S. Marine Corps produced this 75th anniversary video explaining the importance of the battle of Guadalcanal. On Aug. 7, 1942, the Marines launched a surprise attack on the Pacific island, beginning a lengthy that, at great cost to both sides, gave the U.S. a strategic airbase.
Sgt. Quaylain Brown and his quick reaction saved the life of one of his recruits who started to choke on a turkey sandwich after returning to his barracks after having dental surgery. Watch as he demonstrates how he did it and what the recruit remembers from the incident.
Though he had no friends or family to represent him, veterans and other community members came out in force to attend the funeral for U.S. Navy veteran Raymond Thompson at Beaufort National Cemetery on Thursday.
Officials gave the first public look inside the H.L. Hunley submarine June 6, 2017. The Hunley, housed in North Charleston, was the first successful combat submarine by sinking the USS Housatonic on Feb. 17, 1864. The submarine and its crew of eight then mysteriously vanished. It wasn't until 1995 when the submarine was found, then finally raised in 2000.
More human remains were found inside of the H.L. Hunley while removing the encrustation from the inside of the submarine that sunk in 1864. The remains of eight soldiers were removed from the Vessel since 2000 when it was raised from Charleston Harbor. The submarine is now house in North Charleston.