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  1. Test yourself against the NFL combine
  2. Book lauds battlefield medics, corpsmen
  3. No compass in their army knives?
  4. The Reset Racket
  5. Injured Green Country Marine Retires From The Service
  6. Denied: Wiccans and the military
  7. Government settles on design for new nuclear warhead
  8. Search for ammo belt called off
  9. Conway praises corpsmen as positions are cut
  10. Official: Most IEDs are from Saddam’s regime
  11. Miramar Hosts Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony
  12. Pushing on for focus through the fog and friction of Iraq war
  13. Call from Iraq
  14. Bahrain 'job for Bay guard'
  15. Town loyal to wounded Marine
  16. Unit sees efforts stabilize city, drive back insurgents
  17. Combat survival accredited to body armor
  18. Troop adoption trying for Scouts
  19. Belt-tightening could squeeze spiritual advisers
  20. Papahanaumokuakea new monument name
  21. Prisoner dies in U.S. brig in Iraq after assault
  22. Simulator trains troops on Iraq road hazards
  23. Show gives disabled vet new home
  24. Film looks at history of black marines
  25. Takes Teamwork: Marines practice dangerous job of getting supplies to the field
  26. A Hero Who Didn't Save Himself
  27. Pearl Harbor's unsettling sheen
  28. Family comforted by son's patriotism
  29. 'Behind-the-scenes' nominee
  30. Unlikely career path reunites art, Marine
  31. Gay Marine's life was hidden but not unique
  32. John Whisler: City embraces military boxing
  33. Sadness on the sands of Iwo Jima
  34. Security cameras are being developed to watch the world and interpret what they see
  35. The Price Of : War:
  36. Skiing gives wounded vets needed respite from hospital
  37. My hometown: Philadelphia
  38. Fraternal order of 'Wingmen' throws all-day concert bash
  39. A story of survival
  40. An Iraqi Tribal Chief Opposes the Jihadists, and Prays
  41. The lost is found
  42. Chopper lifts no easy task for Marines
  43. Hawaii's Last Line of Aloha for Troops
  44. Shafted marine says, "Color Me Purple."
  45. War should be obsolete, but it's not
  46. Mayor Anderson, your actions are hurting our troops
  47. Just Jake
  48. Warm Homecoming for Local Marine
  49. Love, stealth rout Abu Sayyaf terrorists
  50. Afghan Civilians Killed After U.S. Marines Convoy Attacked
  51. Mission: Come back alive
  52. Infinite Wisdom
  53. Brannan goes from Marines to Padres
  54. Fallon: Isle-based aircraft carrier unlikely
  55. Sons, war's bonds connect 3 moms
  56. Off the beaten path
  57. Nice job rookie! Bravest helps save 3
  58. Military center offers state-of-the-art healing
  59. Combat survival accredited to body armor
  60. Admiral Fallon calls for patience on Iraq
  61. Walter Reed hearings today
  62. Journalists: U.S. troops deleted photos
  63. Marines dig up soldiers’ remains
  64. Despite extreme danger, Marines on team say they love their job
  65. Infantry unit to retain its senior enlisted leadership
  66. Horrors of combat are constant companions for transitioning ex-Marine
  67. Local educators to get taste of military life
  68. Going Down With the Ships
  69. From Serving in Iraq To Living on the Streets
  70. HOT lane drivers may pay high cost
  71. In Iraq, a grateful patient and a bomb tip
  72. The road back from ‘chaos’
  73. Huey crashes during training in Kenya
  74. SysCom: Marines to get protective neck pads
  75. Marines Want Pain Ray, ASAP
  76. Marines honor one of their own
  77. Analysis: The battle for Haditha-1
  78. Vietnam veteran honored for service
  79. For one general, a kinder, gentler warfare
  80. Learning to tread water in a ‘sink or swim’ workplace
  81. Family of fallen Marine presented his Silver Star
  82. Corps seeks more LAV leaders with policy change
  83. Corps may use IRR call-ups to fill billets
  84. Promotions to gunny up this year
  85. Hero on the home front
  86. Death benefits may not go to dependent children
  87. Why I'm Not Embedded in Iraq
  88. Disgruntled soldiers were "cherry picked"
  89. 7,000 reinforcements won’t be Marines
  90. Benning soldiers charged in motel gang rape
  91. 1st MLG gets new sergeant major
  92. Pat Dollard, Hollywood Guy Gone Gonzo
  93. Schools consider limiting recruiting
  94. Garner Marine gets Bronze Star
  95. Brundidge Marine receives third-degree burns in explosion
  96. Deflating the Bubble
  97. Coming back from Fallujah
  98. KISS Guitarist To Perform With GENE SIMMONS At Camp Pendleton Rally
  99. Permanent Records: Albums From The A.V. Club's Hall Of Fame
  100. Marines' New Ride, Made in Israel
  101. Two N.C.-based Marine battalions going to Iraq
  102. USS New Orleans Open For Tours
  103. Wounded three times, Marine returns home
  104. Michigan Auto Shops Offer Free Oil Change for Military Families
  105. Daily Iraq Report for March 6, 2007
  106. His son was the motivation, the Corps was the way
  107. Camp Lejeune, N.C.-based Marines lend helping hand to locals in Iraq’s Al Anbar Provi
  108. That gunfire is just the Marines
  109. Facing shortage, Marines make LAV crewman its own career path
  110. White Oak council honors Marine for bravery
  111. A Tale Of Two Children
  112. Racial tensions are simmering in Hawaii's melting pot
  113. Protection and comfort wrapped up in a bandana
  114. District limits on-campus military recruitment
  115. For many veterans, receiving high school diploma brings sense of pride
  116. Notes From Baghdad
  117. U.S. Army medic who refused to return to Iraq convicted of desertion, given short sen
  118. Military town copes with losing students
  119. Psychologist: Seeking help not a career-ender
  120. Buglers wanted for ‘Taps’ event
  121. Benning soldiers charged in motel gang rape
  122. Virtual memorial
  123. Fighting fire with FROGS
  124. AAFES offers free shot at WrestleMania 23
  125. Commander seeks 3-year Korea tours
  126. Sending a little Easter to Iraq
  127. Analysis: Al Qaim is island of stability
  128. NASA fires embattled Navy astronaut
  129. Vets appeal ruling on gay policy
  130. Behind the Navy Cross, a hero's troubled heart
  131. Harley Raffle To Honor Soldier
  132. Serving Their Country
  133. Marines major is there for his returning son
  134. Wisconsintruck saves Marines
  135. U.S. to Have Additional Forces in Iraq by June, Petraeus Says
  136. CNN Warrior One Hummer Starts National Tour
  137. New US commander says no military solution to Iraq conflict
  138. A Celebration for Those Who Came Back to the Pax
  139. Finding love of the game at Guantanamo Bay
  140. Vets pen tales of war trauma
  141. Marine makes surprise visit to local school
  142. Doctor honored for his work during combat in Iraq
  143. Harley For A Marine
  144. Marine, 19, charged in death of child, 2
  145. Fund for local children of fallen military members surpasses $1.3 million
  146. Tennis star will attend Naval Academy
  147. Area troops take oath as citizens
  148. A family affair
  149. Marines getting new fire-resistant clothing
  150. Democrats to unveil fall 2008 pullout plan
  151. Former U.S. sailor arrested on terror charge
  152. Documentary tells story of Montford Point Marines
  153. Al Anbar, IP draws big numbers
  154. Raytheon's Excalibur Successfully Completes Final Testing, Clearing the Path for Earl
  155. A humbling anniversary
  156. Next sergeant major gets ready to head to D.C.
  157. Iraqi Army takes reigns on Fallujah patrols
  158. Local Interstate Could Be Renamed In Honor Of Fallen Marines
  159. Marines urged to protect more land
  160. Reliever Speier credits military with helping him succeed
  161. Boxes handled with care
  162. Nebraska Marine eases into civilian, student life
  163. Suspects Arrested In Stabbing Death Of Teen
  164. Marine returns home to Faifield
  165. City Seeks Hospital's Lost Links
  166. A Look Back At Iwo Jima
  167. Navy Riverboats Deploy
  168. Nuke test witnesses face compensation denial
  169. Welcome fit for a Marine
  170. Feds review N.C. military hospitals
  171. San Mateo to limit recruiters
  172. NBC finds Longview soldier in war zone
  173. Most youth ineligible for Army, survey says
  174. Senator’s idea: Treat vets at any hospital
  175. T-Bolts, Sidewinders back at sea
  176. Supplements: Understanding what you put in your body...
  177. Scholarship to honor G'burg grad who died in military
  178. Serving Uncle Sam
  179. A Very Special Special Forces Hero
  180. Marines plan first state-wide reunion
  181. For USO, caring is the key
  182. MECEP students to run for paralyzed Marine
  183. Flame-resistant uniforms on way to Marines
  184. Corps explains new re-enlistment incentive
  185. Patriot Guard, Museum welcome home heroes
  186. Marine Witnesses Son's Birth Via Webcam
  187. Bengals roll out for WestPac
  188. Graham, Holbrooke Clash on `Heart and Soul' of War on Terrorism
  189. `One Book' recalls port's WWII glory
  190. Promoter brings 'Soundz' of appreciation to base
  191. Son Motivates Marine's Success
  192. At medical center, healing is Marines' only duty
  193. Training Top Execs To Hit The Ground Running
  194. The end of an era: Sun sets on the Moonlighters squadron
  195. Girl Scouts To Send 1,000 Boxes Of Cookies To Troops
  196. Pain, anger, promises in vets home testimony
  197. Living with MS, they hope to live on their own
  198. Scott reservist earns Bronze Star
  199. Vet dies from hit-and-run injuries
  200. Local VA hospitals tend to get higher marks than Walter Reed
  201. Marine wife fights for wounded veterans
  202. Dinwiddie man continues to recover from war wounds
  203. Local Football Star Prepares For Iraq Deployment
  204. Coast Guard captain speaks about experience in Middle East
  205. Officials Search For Pieces Of Missing Fence
  206. THE FATHER OF ALL THINGS: A Marine, His Son, and the Legacy of Vietnam Tom Bissell
  207. 'Don't ask, don't tell' complicated military rape investigation in Florida
  208. Inouye recalls WWII medical treatment
  209. Michael Jackson greets troops at Camp Zama
  210. Military: Deletion of AP footage justified
  211. Service today for Marines killed in crash
  212. Documentary honoring black WWII Marines premieres next week
  213. A Marine's Love for America and Baseball
  214. East Bay Iraq Vet To Recieve Special Honor
  215. Wounded alumnus visits school
  216. Limited Duty Officers provide years of expertise to the Corps
  217. Skiing means freedom for Iraq veteran who is double-amputee
  218. ‘A casualty of war’
  219. Hats off
  220. Mike Anderson's Career Just About Over
  221. Handcrafted Honor
  222. Man Bilked Out Of Thousands Of Dollars, Partner Accused Of Embezzlement
  223. 2 Rangers plead guilty in bank robbery case
  224. Petraeus strategy aims at post-Vietnam mind-set
  225. Marines clean up Fallujah streets – literally
  226. U.S. reaffirms presence in Iraqi city
  227. Navy Commissions USS New Orleans
  228. Marine stretcher bearer tells Iwo Jima tales of life and death
  229. Cherry Valley students get help dedicating the flag
  230. Wounded Marines get good care
  231. Marines recalled as heroes and brothers
  232. Squadron puts Moonlighters to bed, awaits new jets
  233. Parents Raise Money To Get Son and Unit Body Armor
  234. A day in the life of a Marine
  235. Ted Koppel's Placid Appraisal Of Unending War
  236. Where are accolades for slain GI?
  237. Adm. Joseph Metcalf led invasion of Grenada in '83
  238. Meeting challenge on, off court
  239. Where the U.S. military is the family business
  240. Happy homecoming buoys spirits
  241. Flawed Jewel
  242. Virtual lessons save lives: Task Force 1/4 integrates virtual reality, convoy trainin
  243. Wounded troops face new enemy: bacteria
  244. Troops join in battle training
  245. View Marine history at new Va. museum
  246. Patriot Guard, Museum welcome home heroes
  247. An adventurous Long life
  248. Dorn to assist troubled war vets
  249. Hit-and-run deal left to imagination
  250. Chaplain’s faith in crisis