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  1. 'My Superman'
  2. Marine wants jury trial in Awad killing: Magincalda asks that panel include enlisted
  3. Weapons, equipment show draw Camp Pendleton Marines
  4. Ex-Guantanamo Navy officer arraigned on charges of passing secrets
  5. New analysis concludes Napoleon died of stomach cancer, not arsenic poisoning
  6. Iraq bills could cap troop strength, cut funds
  7. O-8 nominations announced
  8. Widow: ‘I never saw myself being old with Todd’
  9. From conflict to classroom
  10. Iraq War veteran makes third return, this time as private worker
  11. HASC Dems Criticize Industry Over Armored Vehicle Efforts
  12. McMahon, Butler Meet U.S. Soldiers Born Before 1985 Super Bowl
  13. Sauro book on Vietnam nominated for state award
  14. Payday lenders come under scrutiny in Oceanside
  15. Investigation by military carried out with honor
  16. Rivet Joint Wizards in Iraq
  17. Lost in Translation: Iraq's Injured 'Terps'
  18. From a medic in Iraq.
  19. Lejeune Marines take part in Osprey flights
  20. Sgt. wants Cuba travel restriction lifted
  21. Thousands of paratroopers, Marines deploy from NC bases
  22. Gowen 10-year-old gets young start with Marines
  23. ‘Springer’ guard to host talk show
  24. Recruits learn marksmanship fundamentals at snap-in circles
  25. A bit of boot camp leaves mark on DoD civilians
  26. Meals for Marines in Afghanistan insufficient, report states
  27. Grand Bear Lodge and Waterpark shows appreciation by offering families free stays
  28. Eastwood's insightful Letters' works well as flip side to Flags'
  29. Latinos know up close the cost of Iraq war
  30. Art Buchwald made sure to leave us laughing
  31. Marine who served in Iraq fatally shot in parking lot
  32. V-22 flaws called 'lethal'
  33. Casey: 'Surge' Could Go Home by Summer
  34. Camp Pendleton Marine in running for magazine heroism award
  35. Retired generals bash Bush on surge plan
  36. Wal-Mart to donate $258K to military groups
  37. Afghanistan Sit-Rep
  38. Employers more reluctant to hire reservists
  39. Engineering professor creates scholarship in brother’s memory
  40. New Kensington serviceman discusses extreme stress of Iraq
  41. Military Channel Seeks Personal Videos
  42. Kent named next sergeant major of the Marine Corps
  43. Sands of war
  44. Hometown Hero--Sgt. Aubrey McDade, Jr.
  45. Pay for extensions coming soon
  46. School for Marines' children called model
  47. The next body armor design gets a show in Natick
  48. Ricky Salas survived Iraq -- but not that icy night
  49. Shulgold: Mom pulls strings for GIs
  50. New museum honors Marine Corps FINE ART & ANTIQUES
  51. Linguists on middle school mission
  52. Top award named after fallen Marine
  53. For Marine, long list of wounds - and friends
  54. Army commander says some returning troops don't get needed help
  55. GI killings blamed on Iraqis, but murder charge is stalled
  56. ICE: Illegal workers arrested at 3 military bases
  57. Cobra squadron featured on ‘24’
  58. Sources say case workers for wounded laid off
  59. Funeral held for victim of SUV crash
  60. "Wounded Warriors" Hit the Slopes for Weekend Tradition
  61. Irked by What The Post Didn't Say
  62. 'Mona Lisa' died in 1542, was buried in convent
  63. Lt. Mark Daily, RIP
  64. Glance at aircraft crashes in Iraq war
  65. JFK contemporary George Smathers dies at 93
  66. At least 19 U.S. troops killed in Iraq
  67. Taming Iraq's 'wild west'
  68. Vietnam surfaces on both sides of Iraq debate
  69. Lunch Allows Marines From New England A Chance To Catch Up
  70. DA effort to help veterans cope upon return
  71. Scarcity of safe vehicles deemed worse
  72. Marine who served in Iraq to lead Lawrence vets office
  73. Back, But For How Long?
  74. Many Soldiers In Iraq And Afghanistan Are On Repeat Deployments
  75. Wedding wishes granted
  76. Marines honor captain's heroism
  77. Family hears the call
  78. WWII vet recalls days transporting German POWs at Davis
  79. New Pentagon chief sees difficulties, as well as reason for hope, on two war fronts
  80. 'Life is so fragile,' but vets' determination strong at special sports clinic
  81. Local veteran wants to change strategy
  82. Man's beliefs pit military vs. Navajos
  83. Marine's time in Iraq ends; new struggle begins
  84. The triumph of love
  85. We Tried to Use Force to Reach a Settlement in Nicaragua, too
  86. From Coke to Clorox
  87. Even for survivors, war takes heavy toll
  88. Fresh legs join drive to end violence
  89. A moment of sacrifice, a lifetime of service
  90. In memory of son killed in action, Huachuca City man joins the Guard
  91. Army Says Improper Orders by Colonel Led to 4 Deaths
  92. McCain, Graham May Oppose General Casey as Army Chief of Staff
  93. Details emerge of gunmen, posing as soldiers, attacking U.S. troops in Iraq
  94. 2 U.S. Marines killed in Anbar province
  95. Man creates moving memorial to Marines
  96. From Marine to warlord
  97. Military short of armored vehicles in Iraq
  98. Welcome to include famous trophy
  99. Former Marine, Katrina evacuee dies in crash
  100. Gift from US: A warship and a Marine idea
  101. U.S. intel sparks Iraqi shift on militia
  102. The Invisible Enemy in Iraq
  103. Attackers wear U.S. uniforms in raid on GIs
  104. Intensive course on surviving crises doesn't pull punches
  105. Snapshots from home
  106. Marines walk freely in bustling border town
  107. Marine gives present to Jacksonville USO
  108. The hardest job: letting go
  109. Marine walks across N.J. as tribute to troops
  110. Twentynine Palms opens paleontology center
  111. See 'Flags of our Fathers' and think of 'Scrapple' Leonard
  112. Marine says he was among the 'lucky ones'
  113. 3-week death-free stretch ends
  114. Governor to keep vets’ holidays in school
  115. Departing Marines get extra transition boost
  116. Webb would cut off funds to rebuild Iraq
  117. Pondering legacy is left to others
  118. "Ghost Soldiers" - Corruption in the Iraqi Army
  119. Our Honor Requires Withdrawal
  120. A different kind of care package
  121. Sen. Jim Webb to rebut State of the Union
  122. AWOL soldier found in Mojave Desert unhurt
  123. Marines With West Michigan Ties Killed In Iraq
  124. Man Who Helped Marine Disappear Owes $33K For Search
  125. Residents say Baqouba is a dangerous ghost city, the U.S., Iraqi military disagree
  126. Evidence shows Army helicopter that crashed in Iraq may have been shot down
  127. Marines unlikely to go to Afghanistan, says chief
  128. Disabled vets memorial gets actor’s support
  129. CR-S senior chooses Marines
  130. Proud of visiting Marines
  131. Solving a problem that
  132. 'I don't know what's going to happen'
  133. Toxicologist Testifies In Poisoned Marine Trial
  134. Bill would need OK for military images in ads
  135. DoD urges radio system immune to jammers
  136. Keep Walter Reed open, lawmakers urged
  137. Pregnant reservists to stay on active duty
  138. Petraeus predicts tough buildup
  139. More Cherry Point Marines to deploy this week
  140. Vets group: Keep 24-hour disability coverage
  141. Lejeune to open expanded urban training facility
  142. Corps seeks athlete of the year nominations
  143. Rifle realism
  144. Semper fry
  145. Bush’s Iraq plan may influence end-strength hike
  146. Meritorious Marine
  147. Doctors: Update manuals for today’s wounds, methods
  148. Pregnant active-duty reservists allowed to stay at work stations
  149. Commandant wants limit to Anbar buildup
  150. Big Order for the V-22
  151. Fight Night: Troops duke out war zone stress
  152. Is being a reservist still worth it?
  153. Marine visits his young penpals
  154. Commander Guardedly Optimistic About Progress in Anbar
  155. U.S. Military (Ret.)
  156. Are helicopter attacks on the rise in Iraq?
  157. Bill: Let survivor keep last retirement check
  158. Marines ‘take it to the streets' of Shugart-Gordon
  159. False claims undermining U.S. troops
  160. RCT-5 returns from Iraq today
  161. West Canada and Dolgeville natives interviewed by Oliver North
  162. The CIA is looking for a few good…whatever
  163. Marine ranks high on 'underpaid' list
  164. A haven for Iraq's refugees
  165. Marine Mail Makes a Comeback
  166. Wife convicted of poisoning Marine husband
  167. Desolate Roads Part 2 of 2
  168. Gates of Fire
  169. Marine's Suicide Marked The End Of One Man's War
  170. Marines get a taste of combat at training center
  171. Marine honored for valor in Iraq
  172. Battle suggests new sectarian divides in Iraq
  173. Accounts of weekend battle leave questions
  174. Spokesman: al-Qaida in Iraq leader captured
  175. Does Congress have power to stop war?
  176. Marines In Iraq Decry Lack Of Laser System
  177. Hundreds Of Armed Marines Invade Jones County
  178. Toys For Tots yeilds 19.2M toys to 7.6M youngsters
  179. US-Japan ties intact despite diplomatic spat
  180. Air Force's role in Iraq could grow
  181. `Iwo Jima' Star Watanabe Finds Japanese Commander Had Soft Side
  182. Dumped ammo triggers concerns in Waimanalo
  183. Cute and camo?
  184. No kidding - midshipmen saddling up
  185. A mission to the depths of absurdity
  186. A new beginning
  187. American Forces Network to air race events
  188. Pentagon IG's report says troops downrange still lack critical equipment
  189. Gates seeks plans to curb stop-loss
  190. Hero gets reward from LNS students
  191. Soldier Thanks Local Students for Silly String
  192. How Bush can ensure no more Iraqs
  193. Iran arming Iraqi militias, general says
  194. Disabled Marines on ‘Nightline’
  195. Light howitzer debuts with Schofield unit
  196. Obama bill pushes leaving Iraq by 2008
  197. Veritas Tactical Is the Only Civilian Training Company to Instruct U.S. Marines
  198. Loved ones greet Marines
  199. 'Valentines for Marines'
  200. Marines In Iraq Decry Lack Of Laser System
  201. Marines expected back at Pendleton from Iraq
  202. Iraq commander says no restrictive rules of engagement in Iraq
  203. 26th MEU enters CentCom
  204. Board: E-mail PT uniform survey comments
  205. Humble pleased his picture's on post office wall
  206. Marines return home to Camp Pendleton
  207. Marines invade middle school
  208. Trenton youth learn how to be Marines
  209. A new meaning for home front
  210. Different factors motivate recruits
  211. Study: Military still economic powerhouse in region
  212. Senator to probe VA suicide case
  213. No cheating: MCI about to randomize all online testing
  214. USMC facility at Richards-Gebauer on market, closing in 2011
  215. Air power to deter Iran weighed
  216. Disabled Vietnam vet loves nation, not mirror-image war
  217. Veterans preview new WWII series
  218. Marine's parents pay respects
  219. A symbol of the sacrifice
  220. An inspiring local Marine
  221. Marines young and old celebrate 1st Marine Division's anniversary
  222. Standoff between National Guard and outlaws on border rattles troops, raises question
  223. Marines, visiting Japanese troops combine training
  224. Kennedy: Troop spouses need minimum wage hike
  225. Marines hammer for Habitat near San Diego
  226. Marines accidentally shoot at fishermen
  227. Grayling Marine wounded in Iraq
  228. Marine charged in Iraqi deaths to be sheriff's deputy
  229. Marine tells of life on the front line
  230. Casey: only half of troop boost needed
  231. Serving honorably, making a difference
  232. CBO: Iraq surge could actually total 50,000
  233. Spokeswoman: Don’t wait to buy dress blues
  234. Analyst: Corps likely to do well in budget
  235. Self defense instructor is giving women a fighting chance
  236. Blue to Green program marks 1,000th transfer
  237. Gulf strike force on the way
  238. Wayward Warrior
  239. Backstory: Dissent of an officer
  240. Marines battle their past in an Iraqi city
  241. Macho Marines take on Chretin's nacho challenge
  242. More Marines head out for Al Anbar duty in Iraq
  243. Professor Gives Security Briefings Aboard Stennis
  244. Marine's death ruled an accident
  245. Eastwood provides Japanese view of ‘Iwo’ At the movies
  246. Budget estimate: 'Surge' cost double or more
  247. Fort Stewart general may halt departure of troops set to leave Army
  248. Wandering soldier turns up on the Net
  249. Hospital ship earns praise from Pacific commander
  250. Military investigating report of copter down