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  1. Staying Marine in Iraq
  2. Marines revamp training after learning what works, what doesn't in Iraq
  3. Garrett Scott and 'Occupation Dreamland' Take Us All To Falluja
  4. Penn Student Volunteers For Iraq Duty
  5. Marine Staff Sergeant enters not guilty plea
  6. Public gives area Marines big sendoff
  7. 'Wild Goose' hosts 4th MAW leaders in Iraq
  8. Sailor charged in Marine’s kidnapping, death
  9. Bill would stop protests at funerals
  10. Born Tough!
  11. New Indy Racing League Team Created To Support U.S. Armed Forces
  12. Security Force ups their arsenal
  13. Tex-Mex Odyssey
  14. 11th MEU aids war-torn towns during HAO exercise
  15. Security Experts Warn of Kama Sutra Worm
  16. Clubs Offer Free Membership to Troops' Kids
  17. Abortion Stops a Bleeding Heart
  18. 5 Marines given immunity to talk about death
  19. Marines Said to Mistakenly Kill Iraqi Journalist in Ramadi
  20. Abduction Forces a Grim Look at What a Story Is Worth
  21. A minute with ... Mike McConnell
  22. Sharing sorrow of war victims
  23. When Costanza Met Brad Pitt
  24. U.S. and allies want a stronger Iraqi military -- but not too strong
  25. All apologies: U.S. handles damage-control the Japanese way --
  26. Bush the Romantic
  27. Make Speeding Impossible?
  28. Back to basics
  29. Osama doesn’t matter any more
  30. New weapon allows a soldier to zap enemy with energy bolt
  31. Deconstructing bin Laden
  32. New PAC to Back Antiwar Veterans
  33. A view from the front lines in Iraq
  34. Maintenance Marines keep Griffins flying
  35. Pride, pain a year after deaths in Iraq
  36. 'Annapolis' unworthy of attention
  37. Smuggling carries heavy consequence
  38. “Follow Me” Division to celebrate 65th birthday
  39. Students kept him in touch with home
  40. Clarence Center, N.Y. native honored with award
  41. Senior enlisted passes torch of logistics command
  42. CIF gear turn in made easy
  43. Future leaders show initiative
  44. Syria says it's stopping insurgents from crossing into Iraq.
  45. Deserter ousted, won't be punished
  46. State of disunion
  47. Semper Fidelis
  48. Local Marine set for 3rd tour
  49. Medals' owner remainsunknown
  50. Miramar air group heads for Iraq
  51. Moral Relativists Just A Rationalization Away From A Crime
  52. House Cat Starts Fire
  53. A Major Voice From Iraq
  54. Therapeutic Politics
  55. Saddam's Smoking Gun
  56. Kerry Takes His Cues From Left Wing
  57. Remember the mane
  58. Hunters or hunted?
  59. Marine gains status of colonel
  60. MCLB's first course of year in session
  61. Old Scout imbues his troops with love of Scouting, the Corps
  62. Russian soldier brutally hazed
  63. Should vets' graves be moved?
  64. Home style cooking keeps Marines eating at The Clubs At Quantico
  65. Quantico roadmasters civilianize
  66. Extra time? Bored? Educate yourself
  67. 'Hooah': Odd Cry Becomes Soldier Shorthand
  68. Veterans groups helped by Armed Forces Week
  69. Board member advises Marines on promotion preparation
  70. Communists OpDepressed
  71. "Big Iron" for the Army?
  72. Once more to war, with no regrets
  73. Is “outsourcing” multilateralism?
  74. Embedded With U.S. Marines
  75. Artillery Marines return to firing
  76. Palm Desert charity celebrates $100,000 to 29 Palms Marines
  77. Wood Hobby Shop offers facility for creative minds
  78. Some stay, some go, all proud
  79. Home on the range-
  80. Marines investigated in sex-ring involving 11-year-old
  81. Sniper needs Help
  82. Union Pacific elects new director to board
  83. Readers remember Challenger
  84. Mental disorders affect third of Iraq vets
  85. JAG Bans Legal Rounds - Sniper Punished - Part II
  86. 4 Marines Charged in Death of Instructor
  87. Musical Marine follows life's path
  88. Pendleton Marine Awarded for Valor in Iraq
  89. Riggers make sure pilots’ parachutes are good to go
  90. Military Investigating 82nd Airborne Over Gay Porn Allegations
  91. Marine Corps Colonel Makes History as Navy Leader
  92. News Is Stranger Than Fiction
  93. Sky-high dreams
  94. 'Raging Bulls' career planner looks to reload for future
  95. Author to share 'power of place'
  96. Marine Reserves Prepare to Fill Ranks in Iraq
  97. MWSS-371 sets aside a day for the ladies
  98. Saints in Armor
  99. Outsourcing
  100. Two in custody in connection with Camp Foster cab robbery
  101. ‘They only had eyes for each other’—Inquirer source
  102. Gritty Iraq Blog Gained Freelancer Fame
  103. Documents show Army seized wives to 'leverage' surrender
  104. Cherry Point unit returns from Iraq deployment
  105. Opera and the military?
  106. Military training has new focus: counterinsurgency
  107. Western journalists calculate dangers of covering Iraq war
  108. U.S. quietly fights East African poverty
  109. With 200 years of history, The Arsenal hub of activity
  110. Mission: Defeat disability
  111. Spying on American's
  112. Heroes' salute: Ceremony honors WWII vets
  113. New book does ‘Honor’ to Marines
  114. Workers get training fit for Marines
  115. If same-sex ‘marriage’ is legalized, why not polygamy?
  116. River War
  117. In 200 Years of Family Letters, a Nation's Story
  118. U.S. military convicts soldier of punching detainees in Afghanistan
  119. Democracy fells yet another anti-American government.
  120. Racism, he wrote
  121. Over half of troops have taken anthrax vaccine since April ’05
  122. Marines wrestle with water threat:
  123. ‘Blast bucket’ looked at by Marines
  124. By a retired Marine whose son is over there.
  125. Re-Up
  126. States Consider Bans On Protests at Funerals
  127. Marines readying for Iraq listen to operatic strains
  128. Marines, sailors get in-depth convoy operations training
  129. Program helps heal old wounds
  130. Iraq bombing highlights dangers journalists face
  131. U.S. troops’ equipment an issue of need vs. want
  132. Few soldiers seek repayment for cost of combat gear
  133. A good start for the colonel
  134. 'We just did what we had to do'
  135. Marine Earns Bronze Star For Iraq Duty
  136. Cell phones are now used for a variety of high-tech
  137. Husband and wife, brother and sister, deployed together
  138. Modern Warriors
  139. Country Music Romance Is Hot as Jessica Hawthorn's "High Heels" Album
  140. War Mongers or Guardians of Peace?
  141. A Million Little Truths
  142. Deployed Marines say good-byes
  143. Have you heard about the latest tragedy from Iraq?
  144. Now You See Them Now You Dont
  145. At ease in the new Vietnam
  146. War speeds up life’s seasoning for military spouses
  147. Al Qaeda, not the FBI, is the greater threat to America.
  148. Happy Birthday, JAM!
  149. Happy Birthday Arlene
  150. Dispatches from Iraq
  151. Retired Lieutenant Colonel helps Marines recall
  152. 31st MEU grunts learn ambush techniques
  153. Training resumes at Corps' jungle warfare center
  154. Vietnam-era deserter says he doesn't regret his flight from the military
  155. Trucking company will honor fallen Marine
  156. North Coast congressman visits Iraq
  157. Brown pleads innocent
  158. Madison's Favorite Hawk
  159. Give 'em hell, George
  160. Thank You, Mr. President
  161. Saying goodbye
  162. 2nd Recon in for a smooth landing
  163. Soldiers join Marines in asymmetrical war game
  164. Marine News Briefs
  165. PFT perfect
  166. Grunts on the hunt
  167. Corps chow halls move to grab fast-food crowd
  168. A Nazi Photoshop Smear
  169. Marine told others his fears about water tasks
  170. Carson City, Nev. native returns to firing
  171. 38 years ago tonight
  172. Roadside bombs: new push against common threat
  173. Wounded journalists arrive at Navy hospital in Maryland
  174. Marine remembered by peers from all walks of life
  175. Transition teams focus on teaching Iraqi forces
  176. Formal event turns into dramatic disaster
  177. (Another)State of the Union Drinking Game
  178. Microsoft founder too rich for tax computer to handle
  179. 'This is not just about cartoons, but standing up for our values'
  180. Good Ole Cindy Sheehan
  181. The quietly raging debate on Army “end strength”
  182. Marines take ‘Gut Wrench’ wrestling tournament
  183. Marines help teach science to Milton eighth-graders
  184. Recruitment debate rages
  185. CLR-25 winds down with field meet
  186. Former Rifle Company Commander is Now Deploying to Iraq as a Chaplain
  187. Rep. Young's wife says she was ejected from State of the Union
  188. 20-year-old Pendleton man succumbs to injuries from Iraq explosion
  189. Some US troops question Woodruff coverage
  190. Vidalia Marine killed
  191. Texas High School Agrees to Stop Banning Muslim Students' Prayers
  192. Superbowl Trumps Security
  193. Deconstructing Bin Laden's Talking Points
  194. Annapolis
  195. Iran – to bomb or not to bomb?
  196. Happy Birthday 3BadgeMarine!
  197. The Captain at 90: still shooting straight
  198. Fallen captain gets Bronze Star
  199. Limbaugh baselessly claimed media made "180s" on body armor after Woodruff, Vogt woun
  200. The media won't defeat America by fighting the last war.
  201. Unusual State Of Union Guest: A Dog
  202. FINAL TRIBUTE for an Indian warrior
  203. Marines at Iwakuni take water purifier on a wet run
  204. Marines unveiling wireless Internet access on Okinawa
  205. Biazon: No signs Faeldon tortured
  206. Troops in Iraq prepare for Super Bowl gridiron battle
  207. A New Kind of Care in a New Era of Casualties
  208. On Patrol In a Tense Fallujah
  209. At 83, Jack Hicks keeps on going
  210. Fight The Bullies Of Islam
  211. Company E remembers loss of fellow Marine
  212. Operation Trifecta takes weapons, insurgents off streets
  213. Bad Day for Big Blue
  214. Troops getting better body armor, generals testify
  215. 2 Marines held for aiding Faeldon
  216. Joint Chiefs Fire At Toles Cartoon On Strained Army
  217. Doing Battle for the Grunts
  218. Marine Families Are Training for Home Front
  219. Former U.S. administrator sees brighter tomorrow in Iraq
  220. Journalists as collateral damage
  221. Black History Month ‘an American celebration’
  222. Recruit's father comments on Parris Island safety investigation report
  223. Steelers fan serving in Afghanistan keeping up with his favorite team
  224. Military Engagement: The closer we get, the further away I feel
  225. Saddam Sent WMD to Syria, Former General Alleges
  226. Is there a “conservative style” for America?
  227. Marine's 'conspicuous gallantry' cited
  228. Operation Red Bull II begins in Triad
  229. The Cookies that You Sent
  230. Pop Culture’s Conviction
  231. Friday Is D-day For Viral Temptress
  232. Iraq deployment brings separated squadron back together
  233. The history and mysteries behind dog tags
  234. Fewer high school seniors opt for military
  235. 2.5 weeks, 3 inches off waist, 7 percentage points bodyfat lost
  236. Actor, youth leader tells his tale to Rotary Club
  237. A Dwindling Corps in a Volatile, Battered City
  238. A `truthy' time to debate the Patriot Act?
  239. Lost wallet returned 39 years on
  240. Betraying Our Troops
  241. Briefing Confirms That 3/25 Marines Were Not Betrayed
  242. Marines terminate Accenture contract
  243. Kaneohe Marine awarded Silver Star
  244. Keeble's war exploits were the stuff of legend
  245. Stepp Stables a mainstay at Camp Pendleton
  246. Cougar on prowl for IEDs
  247. Wounded vets Super Bowl-bound
  248. Focus On Troops, Wounded Co-Anchor's Wife Says
  249. Secretary of the Navy Visits Sailors, Marines in Middle East
  250. Camp Lejeune Marines plan urban training in Virginia