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  1. Embassy bomb planner killed in airstrike, official says
  2. Battle in Baghdad
  3. NCR engineer who broke codes for Navy in WWII dies at 92
  4. Army General Knows War's Toll Firsthand
  5. Hunter supports president's plan for more troops in Iraq, says Marine Corps will chan
  6. Federal judge clears use of religion in care for veterans; dismisses atheist group's
  7. Second wind a Marine's final gift
  8. Flag at reservist’s grave still controversial
  9. Judge won’t block chaplain’s discharge
  10. Military limits student data in recruiting
  11. Officer accused of assaults in court Thursday
  12. Act would let family members use GI Bill
  13. Victim's parents 'in a rage'
  14. Headed back to the war
  15. Marines nabbed in armed robbery
  16. Third ID Soldiers Train on Marines' Osprey
  17. Film traces Red Arrow Division
  18. Mission Kissimmee: Find vacation deals for troops
  19. Think tank: Anbar RCTs would help secure Baghdad
  20. Dry Ridge marine experiences birth of daughter over phone
  21. Details of President Bush's new strategy for Iraq
  22. Fighting Words
  23. With Iraq Speech, Bush to Pull Away From His Generals
  24. Lessons for One Last Try
  25. Making a difference
  26. Exchanges sponsor ‘New Year Baby’ contest
  27. Gerty may be battered, but she beats walking
  28. Mom wants president to bring back troops
  29. Witness: Woman accused of poisoning her Marine husband had easy access to arsenic
  30. War Through The Eyes Of A Marine Officer
  31. Did the Army block Israeli anti-RPG system?
  32. Running the Houston Marathon in Fallujah
  33. Tranquil now, the battleground that was Iwo Jima
  34. Reporter reflects on covering Guantánamo Bay
  35. Sergeant recognized for rescuing Iraqi child, assisting fellow Marine
  36. Ohio Families Want Details On Plans For More Troops
  37. The Shores Of Tripoli
  38. 5 years after detainees' arrival, policy questions remain
  39. Dodd Back From Trip With Marines Of Company B
  40. Troops prepare for deployment
  41. Hackler stationed with Marines in Korea
  42. Marine likes what he hears from president
  43. Remainder of Yuma Marine squadrons deploy to Japan
  44. ‘‘Magnificent Bastards”
  45. Bush to Add 21,500 Troops In an Effort to Stabilize Iraq
  46. Lejeune troops are ready
  47. Bush's speech brings praise, worry, criticism from North County military families
  48. Ga.-based troops who led 2003 invasion deploy for third Iraq tour
  49. Marine dies of rare blood disorder; Miramar man was evacuated from Iraq last month
  50. Two Reserve one-stars tapped for promotion
  51. War veteran involved in armed pursuit
  52. GAO to review Pentagon’s ‘IED defeat’ office
  53. Veteran's walking sticks a tribute to Marines' sacrifice
  54. Marine's parents hopeful
  55. Gates ups troop numbers for Bush Iraq plan
  56. Stellar behavior from Camp Pendleton Marine
  57. Respect and honor
  58. OK US Sen. Inhofe Reacts to Pres. Bush's Speech
  59. 'I found God in Somalia'
  60. Judge Blocks Arsenic Dump Evidence In Murder Trial
  61. US Marines build sand walls in latest Iraq tactic
  62. Despres said he was a hired assassin, court hears
  63. Bush will announce troop deployments Thursday
  64. 4,000 Marines to be extended in Iraq
  65. Spc. will plead guilty to killing detainees
  66. The only gear show that really matters
  67. Pentagon to pay troops for lost time at home
  68. Marine Battalion In Iraq Scheduled To Return Will Stay Longer
  69. Pentagon abandons active-duty time limit
  70. Reid: Iraq Policy Flaws Surpass Those of Vietnam
  71. Local Marines not part of Iraq strategy -- yet
  72. 1/6 Marines to stay in Iraq a bit longer
  73. Triumph and tragedy
  74. Lifting the Fog of War?
  75. 'Unity of Effort'
  76. Antiwar activists protest decision to send more troops to Iraq
  77. Win For The Troops
  78. Victory Means Victory
  79. Time to Get Down-and-Dirty in Iraq
  80. How Not to Fight a War
  81. Marines have 'parent' city
  82. Local soldiers, families sound off on Bush’s plans for Iraq
  83. Students Still Choosing Military
  84. Local Marine Talks About Ordeal in Iraq
  85. Replace pity with true support
  86. N.J. veterans angry over education bill
  87. Military families must reset clock
  88. Eligibility for GWOT medals expands
  89. Rangel offers draft bill again
  90. Wounded Marine Doze arrives in Ohio from Iraq
  91. Signs Of Hope In Iraq's Hottest Spot
  92. Conway revives Marine Mail
  93. Senators: Expand traumatic injury insurance
  94. Survey: Troops smoking less, drinking more
  95. MAG-29 members to leave for Iraq on Sunday
  96. Commander: Anbar needs more Iraqi troops
  97. Marine to walk across NJ to show support for troops
  98. US sends warplanes to Turkey''s Incirlik military base
  99. Local Marines, Seamen, and Soldiers Will Say No To Bush Troop Escalation
  100. Fontana's Tamayo and four others are honored in memorial service in Iraq
  101. Modern medical breakthroughs
  102. 'Terrorists' attack US embassy in Athens: CIA 'investigates'?
  103. Person of the Week: Mary Moreno
  104. God is with Marines amid 'death blossoms'
  105. Navy, Marines require counseling – and command’s permission to marry
  106. Pace Supports 'Surge' to Iraq
  107. Rep. Baca wants heroes honored with gold
  108. GIs are uplifted by Iraq services in Spanish
  109. Fort Jackson and Parris Island could see increases as the Army and Corps expand
  110. Air station units next on road to Iraq
  111. GOP, Democrats skirmish over Iraq plan
  112. Group ensures no soldier buried alone
  113. Pupils show care for troops
  114. Unemployment rate for young veterans drops
  115. Marine nominated as Hero of the Year
  116. ‘Honor covers’ mark shipped caskets
  117. Even Oliver North is against Iraq 'surge'
  118. Most unhappy: Vietnam vets empathize with soldiers in Iraq
  119. Leatherneck MOH statistics
  120. Illicit drug-use stats unavailable
  121. Judge again refuses to dismiss suit against Marine recruiters
  122. Bush Lashes Out at Opponents on Iraq Plan
  123. Soldiers offer condolence payment after innocent Iraqis hit
  124. Gunboat Diplomacy: The Watch on the Gulf
  125. Victory hinges on strategy change, not a 'surge'
  126. Marines grapple with mortality - en Español
  127. Living with the scars of war
  128. From 'Flags' to 'Letters'
  129. Crash site revives 60-year-old memories
  130. Arlington Ladies do their duty
  131. Tilt-rotor Osprey may soon see role in Iraq
  132. From facilitator to warrior
  133. Marine killed in hit, run
  134. Reserve, Guard tours won't be extended
  135. East Bridgewater Lt. Col. McCarthy well-suited for hero's role in Iraq
  136. US troops’ ‘unconventional’ presence
  137. Limiting the power of sentimental value
  138. IEDs a major threat to safety
  139. Memories take flight
  140. A story of long-ago failure leads to success
  141. U.S. choices dwindle if Iraq war plan fails
  142. Military couple to receive Fantasy Wedding
  143. Combat Engineers Show Grunts The Light
  144. Marine platoon's heroics on display in museum
  145. Day Trips: Memorial honors Iwo Jima
  146. The parts of war just don't add up
  147. Dems build up anti-war force
  148. Get your Yard Guards!
  149. Mother say son's end not fitting of his life
  150. Battling violence in the heart of darkness
  151. Who'll be watching today's playoff game in city skybox?
  152. Marines Give Gifts to Needy Children
  153. Covering Death, Here and in Iraq
  154. MAG-29 members to leave for Iraq on Sunday
  155. Recruiting for military life a challenge on LI
  156. Ongoing Operations in Iraq Net Insurgents, Weapons Caches
  157. America Supports You: Fisher House Foundation to Build Many More Homes
  158. High-value target detained in eastern Baghdad
  159. Dean at Valley Forge Military College joins Marines in Iraq
  160. Agents of Compassion
  161. Father heals in war zone that claimed his son's life
  162. Worries On Homefront:
  163. Disarming bombs all in a day's work in Iraq
  164. US raid on Iran's consulate a terrorist act:
  165. The call of duty on their minds
  166. Mettle merits medals
  167. Charlotte man fought at Guadalcanal, New Briton in WW II
  168. Movie Jarhead' prompts Moss Point native Scott Burnside to pen book about real marine
  169. Mother with firsthand knowledge of serving America sees her own two sons off to the w
  170. What's in a name - The stories behind the streets
  171. Saddam Half Brother, Ex-Official Hanged
  172. New life for an old war horse
  173. Houston Marathon detours to Fallujah
  174. Marines to testify before House on body armor
  175. Gulf moves meant to curb Iran, Gates says
  176. Casey: Quick success in Baghdad unlikely
  177. Eager for dad to come home from Iraq, son presents special flag to American Legion
  178. Most unhappy: Coleman lashes out over family notification
  179. Unlimited re-enlistment
  180. America's Battalion's' Snipers Sting Insurgents Twice in One Day
  181. Jesse Strong Marine Remembered In CNN Production
  182. Who Lost Iraq?
  183. Why Does the White House Deal with CBS?
  184. Marines Set Their Sights With Starlight
  185. Asleep in Exhaustion, on a Sofa or on Pavement
  186. Removing a threat, one bomb at a time
  187. 85 hours of pedaling put him in record book
  188. Marine Sergeant in NJ on Mission to Gain More Support for US Troops
  189. Marines do battle with birds
  190. Defense secretary says Iran sees U.S. as bogged down in Iraq and vulnerable
  191. US commander in Iraq, ambassador warn not to expect quick success of Baghdad security
  192. The Road Most Traveled
  193. Combat camera sailors receive Bronze Star
  194. Feds take suggestions for ballot box battle cry
  195. VMFA-115 to return to Beaufort Wednesday
  196. Awakening A Sleeping Giant
  197. Marines order 15 more explosives-hardened vehicles to combat IED threat
  198. No boatspace limits
  199. Humvee could be replaced 2 years early
  200. Stick around
  201. Female officers leave legal, medical, clergy fields
  202. Marine spec-ops teams describe their first deployments
  203. Documents: Former Marine confessed to slayings
  204. San Diego museum relates Marines’ Vietnam experience
  205. Ghost of 'surges' past, with a key difference
  206. New Marines set to be newlyweds
  207. Marine will need several surgeries to repair arm
  208. Showdown Looms in Persian Gulf as US Sends 2nd Aircraft Carrier
  209. Wounded Warriors
  210. Three officers at NC Marines bases to be generals
  211. Tough going for defense funds in Haditha case
  212. Time to move on, but not to NFL
  213. Marine accused of taking weapons, secrets
  214. Psychologist: Navy faces crisis
  215. Son shipped to Iraq on 19th birthday
  216. Family Heartbroken by Son's Burial
  217. Base closed dump over seepage fears
  218. 'Wash Post' Reporter: At The 'Center of the Action' in Iraq
  219. Breaking the Rules
  220. U.S. commander wants to extend some combat tours in Afghanistan as violence intensifi
  221. What I Saw in Iraq
  222. Corps to stand up new units
  223. End Iraq war, service members tell Congress
  224. Cherry Point Prowlers, Marines deploy to Iraq
  225. Former Marines Help Whip Civilians Into Shape At Chelsea Gym
  226. Purple Heart presented posthumously
  227. A question of sovereignty
  228. Pass it on
  229. Surge of ground troops could hurt Air Force
  230. An Interview with a Fallujan Police Officer
  231. 1973 Plymouth Duster 440 - Front Line Assault
  232. Marine LT in Iraq on Dead Saddam, Surge Success and Barry
  233. Dodd bill would cap Iraq troop levels
  234. Corps to gain 12 more Ospreys this year
  235. Navajo 'code talker' recalls unique WWII experience
  236. VT Marine Enlists Fellow Soldiers to Urge Prompt Iraq Pullout
  237. Sergeant to receive Navy Cross
  238. Doomsday Clock ticks closer to midnight
  239. Armed Forces Soccer Teams Compete in Jacksonville
  240. All these Democrats do is talk, talk, talk
  241. Tell the Truth About the Surge
  242. Dell Donates Computers to Marines
  243. In war zone, a baby is saved
  244. Man accused of N.B. killings told U.S. cops he was wanted for Russian murder
  245. Marine mission in Iraq clear
  246. In sign of plans, Marines familiarize soldiers with tilt-rotor
  247. Military sons and daughters of members of Congress give them pause
  248. Iwo Jima's other side told well
  249. Military was early ambition
  250. Washing War Crimes at the Washington Post