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  1. Extended occupation helps U.S. tame parts of dangerous Iraqi city, but can gains last
  2. Military has done all it can in Iraq, general says
  3. One last roll call for survivors of an infamous day
  4. In Florissant, the brotherhood of Marines
  5. A Radio Tribute to Navy SEAL Michael Monsoor
  6. Don't be so quick to quit Iraq, say Marines
  7. Marines Remembered
  8. On trail of insurgents, Marines search hospital
  9. Toys for Tots: Labor of love for Marines
  10. Reserve warriors honored in S.J.
  11. Marine shooting case far from trial
  12. Doctor rehabilitates patients in Southland and in trouble spots around the world
  13. It's another holiday away from home
  14. Rumsfeld on surprise goodbye visit to Iraq
  15. Saddam's nephew escapes Iraqi prison
  16. Iraqi leader criticises US report
  17. Pulling Out Combat Troops Would Still Leave Most Forces in Iraq
  18. Dropping below 100,000 troops would be difficult
  19. Wanted: More veterans in college
  20. A single shot kills a U.S. soldier, leaving his entire platoon hurting
  21. White House debating new Iraq strategies, including whether to send more troops
  22. First black Marines to get scholarly treatment in book
  23. He beat polio, joined Marines and found bliss in a small world
  24. Troops need to recover between deployments
  25. The Failed President And The New "Greatest Generation"
  26. Whatever happened to the heroes?
  27. Like the Nation, Military Families Divided on Iraq
  28. Training Iraqis May Pose Risks For U.S.
  29. The Guantanamo Supermax
  30. Smith stays at Makati jail
  31. Peace of mind for Marines
  32. Home front packages with care
  33. Jamie Bell: 'Billy Elliot' grows up
  34. Group Gives A Burning Good-bye To Nation's Symbol
  35. Iraq Marine's Widow Now Facing the Fight of Her Life
  36. Acts of valor and the changes in warfare
  37. Wartime experience shared through photos
  38. The Lebanon in Iraq
  39. U.S. military postpones plan to build complex for war crimes trials at Guantanamo
  40. U.S. officer hands in report on Guantanamo abuse probe
  41. War resister still considers himself a soldier as he builds new life in Canada
  42. ISG must stand for, uh, Inane Strategy Guesswork
  43. Knight serves with the 'the few, the proud'
  44. 18 injured as Marine helo makes hard landing in Iraq
  45. New park sign unveiled: City's James Street Park to now be called Veterans Memorial P
  46. Iraq as a Living Hell
  47. Free SAT test preparation offered to military community
  48. Marines make friends, fight enemy in Anbar
  49. Lance corporal dies in ‘non-hostile’ incident in Iraq
  50. Marines in western Iraq see progress
  51. In Fallujah, Marines bring goodwill, but trouble can follow
  52. Marie Antoinette Meets the United States Marines
  53. Taming a perilous stretch of desert
  54. 'Curveball' and A Slam Dunk
  55. GR Marine unit puts in long days in Anbar province
  56. Smith stays at Makati jail
  57. The Inagua incident
  58. MTA launches program to train state's veterans
  59. Reserve warriors honored in S.J.
  60. The value of a pro-war blogger's reports from Iraq
  61. Marine recalls horrors of Iwo Jima
  62. Giving season shouldn't end after holidays
  63. One picture worth a thousand tears
  64. A forest of Christmas gifts
  65. Manufactured Marines follow digital orders
  66. Marine training team builds Iraqi division
  67. Marines left out of Army's 'warrior pay' proposal
  68. Corps plans to train 80 advisory teams next year
  69. DoD officials reject strict timelines, criteria for awards
  70. Blowhards, beware
  71. Religious bias complaint filed with DoD IG
  72. New details in lance corporal’s nonhostile death
  73. Father who burned self after son's death becomes citizen
  74. New US jump jet boosts capability - but lands Marines in hot water
  75. U.S. Marines Work To Befriend Iraqis
  76. Marines come to rescue of family in need
  77. U.S. custody request denied in Philippines
  78. Army, Marine Corps To Ask for More Troops
  79. Military meets, exceeds recruiting goals
  80. Outgoing U.S. leader says Iraq needs aid
  81. Shocked? Awed? We knew he was a wacko
  82. New to US, and ready to play part
  83. Despite danger, desperate workers drawn to town square
  84. Military ‘pride wear’ comes in pink
  85. Four Hamdania defendants no longer getting paid
  86. Court upholds ex-Marine's murder conviction
  87. One Approach to a Last Try at Stability in Iraq
  88. Soldier who dove on grenade nominated for MoH
  89. WWE Superstars Visit Deployed Marines in Iraq
  90. A story of U.S. courage in Fallujah
  91. The Detainees' Holding Pattern
  92. Wreaths At Arlington Convoy
  93. Patriot Guard Riders continuing to grow
  94. Pearl Harbor Parallels 9-11
  95. The Coming Crisis in Naval Aviation
  96. ‘Patchwork’ reserve units may cost lives, official says
  97. Here comes Federal Way's Santa Claus
  98. Inside the Ring
  99. Celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday
  100. And Now, The Afghanistan Study Group
  101. Tears of Joy
  102. Death Penalty Dropped Against Soldier
  103. Marines in Iraq need a few good DVDs
  104. Techdiv Marines show off gear
  105. Lawsuit challenges military anthrax vaccination program
  106. Master sgt. killed in helo crash
  107. Local Marines ultimately enjoy a good fight
  108. Marines, sailors deliver toys and smiles to tots in Italy
  109. Local mom reacts to President Bush's delay in releasing Iraq strategy
  110. Top general in Iraq offers redeployment plan
  111. Marine’s lawyers appeal Philippine judge’s custody rule
  112. Injured Troops Take To The Skies
  113. Corps reactivating 2 infantry battalions in next 2 years
  114. New commander takes reins of MNC-I
  115. Strike threatens Humvee tire supply
  116. Michigan Band of Brothers: In Iraq, their weapon is data
  117. Marines see glimmer of hope in Al Anbar
  118. Army is stretched too thin
  119. Q&A: Options for new course in Iraq war
  120. New commander has aggressive reputation
  121. Portraits of courage
  122. Meijer donation of spray-can string not so silly
  123. The funny art of escapism, in wartime
  124. Blood substitute necessary on battlefield, military says
  125. Fitness trail to link Lejeune and city trails
  126. Marines double as caretakers for veterans garden
  127. Marines join Phillies firefighters to deliver 1,200 toys to area youth
  128. About Face: Soldiers Call for Iraq Withdrawal
  129. F-35 test flight deemed a success
  130. Deadly pattern continues in Anbar province
  131. Bush, Pace, Cheney, and Rumsfeld Deliver Remarks
  132. US may move a brigade to Kuwait
  133. Fostering Iraq unity is goal of gathering
  134. Deployments straining Guard and Reserve
  135. Group's raffle to honor fallen Marine
  136. Bikers, Marines rally to make a Christmas wish come true
  137. WWII bomber pilot says he was shot down over Austria while escorted by Tuskegee Airme
  138. Army, strained by Iraq, looking at ways to speed up creation of 2 combat brigades
  139. Experts want to double Marine presence in Iraq
  140. MobCom sends first wave of IRR recall letters
  141. Montford Point's Marines broke the race barrier
  142. ‘A few good’ gifts for grannies; Marines help supply elderly with Christmas presents
  143. U.S. Marines want new anti-sniper systems
  144. Representatives From the U.S. Marines Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program to Ring the
  145. Local Marine now accused killer
  146. The Army also may seek to ease the limitson the frequencyof call-ups involving Reserv
  147. Ties that bind Iraqi forces break easily
  148. Marines Retire the Grease Pencil
  149. Wounded Warrior Project takes injured troops out on the water
  150. Marine commandant calls for troops to spend more time back in U.S.
  151. Local Marine saves Iraqi baby
  152. White House studies options for increasing troops in Iraq: report
  153. Woman has a ball doing charity
  154. Frank’s Fight: Final Of Five Parts
  155. The Other Side of WWII
  156. Roadside bombs kill troops at highest rate of Iraq war
  157. Many traumatized soldiers with PTSD feel ashamed to ask for help
  158. Bringing the war home
  159. Hawaii's Fallen Heroes Not Forgotten
  160. No goals too big for Pino, Sikorsky
  161. ‘Our Marine’ inspires drive
  162. Portrait of a hero -- and of family history
  163. As many troops leave today for the holidays, some are staying behind
  164. New manual at odds with key Iraq tactics
  165. A favor to ask...
  166. Proud families, friends cheer men becoming Marines
  167. U.S. seeks to rein in its military spy teams
  168. Local welders help Marines
  169. F-35 Test Flight Deemed a Success
  170. A War That Abhors a Vacuum
  171. Marine's family receives Purple Heart
  172. Powell Says U.S. Losing in Iraq, Calls for Drawdown by Mid-2007
  173. Iraqi military rank-and-file lacks leaders
  174. Newly discharged Marine, back from serving in Iraq, saves man from burning car after
  175. Stand-up comics keep Iraq troops loose
  176. Package represents a milestone in military support
  177. Haverhill man guilty of stabbing Marine
  178. With an Eye on Growth, Heart of Florida CEO Puts Patients First
  179. Iraq deployment for Dad saps Christmas cheer for Mattoon family
  180. Training the trainers
  181. U.S. military rehearses hearings for top terror suspects at Guantanamo
  182. Bill Roggio Embeds With Iraqi Army
  183. Rational Preparedness, Part Two
  184. Conway reiterates goal of more time at home
  185. VA extends care for undiagnosed Gulf War illnesses
  186. Iraqi TV station plays up U.S. losses
  187. Sadr Army is called top threat in Iraq
  188. Marines’ roadwork in Anbar designed to stymie attacks
  189. At swearing-in, Gates warns failure in Iraq would be a "calamity"
  190. Run your business like a Marine
  191. The worst "way forward" in Iraq
  192. Store's window space gives servicemen a salute
  193. We must not lose sight of sacrifices made in Iraq
  194. Hub to get farewell visit as ship named for JFK is mothballed
  195. Marine elves sort toys
  196. Former Dunlap man hurt in Iraq is critical
  197. Military Family Bears Up
  198. Court rejects Marine’s call for immediate U.S. custody
  199. Army subpoenas journalists over officer's Iraq quotes
  200. Company B's Christmas: Marines scour Iraqi highways for bombs
  201. Navy Unit Commendation medal recipients
  202. Two new offers help military families stay connected
  203. Laying wreaths for war veterans: It goes national
  204. Taking stock, looking forward
  205. Schoomaker pushes to ase reserve call-up estrictions
  206. Back in action
  207. Navy to slash medical billets
  208. Senior Air Force JAG fired
  209. Father fights for daughter’s insurance payout
  210. Self-sacrificing courage
  211. 4-day program prepares 3/1 for deployment
  212. Military tests nonlethal ways to stop vehicles
  213. Famed Marines buried at Quantico cemetery
  214. Books: Modern-day Spartan
  215. I Pledge...
  216. Decking the halls in Iraq
  217. Army, Marines to push Gates about increasing personnel
  218. Fellow US marines secure Smith at Makati jail
  219. Marines may adopt more functional fitness tests
  220. Two Marines arrested by Okinawan authorities
  221. Marines, Community Help Mother Of 12
  222. In Iraq, the Marines' arsenal includes money
  223. Sports-theme retail complex possible at Tustin hangar
  224. Top general in Mideast to retire
  225. Prez Wants A Few More Good Men In Marines, Army
  226. Tribe that owns River Rock Casino delivers more than 1,300 items to program run by Ma
  227. Marines Drop Dragon Eye for Raven B
  228. Montel dispatches messages from home
  229. Iraq troop buildup idea worries generals
  230. A Realistic Approach To Iraq
  231. Most troops ‘comfortable’ with gays, poll finds
  232. Marine gets holiday rest from perils of war
  233. Mr. Secretary, You Want "Military Transformation"? Here's Some Real Military Transfor
  234. On War #196: Knocking Opportunity
  235. "We Have to Raise our Sights Beyond the Range of an M-16"
  236. Marines hit back at Osprey critics
  237. Expert: No evidence Morrison drugged victims
  238. Gift certificates for troops hit record levels
  239. Marines 0, Geeks 1
  240. US Marines sent to guard jailed colleague
  241. Local supporters send Christmas trees to Marines of Company B
  242. Marines ready for deployment
  243. Pendleton Marines laud Bronze Star recipient
  244. 9th Marines Returns From the Dead
  245. No distance too great for father, infant son
  246. Air Force Grunts Become Fashion Victims
  247. Soldiers to Gates: Extra forces would help situation in Iraq
  248. Bush plan to increase military's size will take time, lack quick impact in Iraq
  249. Fire hazard puts Marines' cold-weather gear on ice in Iraq
  250. Company B Marines Go on Overnight Mission in Iraq