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  1. Some firms miss MRAP prototype deadlines
  2. MFR Marines work so others may play
  3. Wounded Marine's wife overwhelmed by gifts
  4. U.S.S. New Orleans docks
  5. Struggles don't end when Marines return
  6. Facts overcome urban legend about Marines coming to Robins
  7. He spent 3 hours next to a loaded .38
  8. Local Boy Scouts send packages to Iraq
  9. U.S. general: War infiltration from Syria slows -- because terrorists need less help
  10. Britain's navy chief defends crew's conduct, suspends boarding operations in Persian
  11. U.S. military changes how it brings soldiers' bodies home after a father's complaint
  12. Chlorine attack in Ramadi kills 27
  13. Commissaries announce olives recall
  14. Lejeune housing gate to close for two weeks
  15. News media's overuse of 'soldier' can rankle
  16. League raising funds to help protect soldiers
  17. 'Good tears' flow after surprise gift
  18. Marine makes emotional return to base to welcome his platoon
  19. Families' wait is almost over
  20. UAV Marines’ homecoming delayed 1 day
  21. Fallen Marine’s family to receive Navy Cross
  22. Guard, reserve can get info on job rights
  23. Freedom Calls unites troops, family by video
  24. Camp Shelby Cruise-In coming April 14
  25. Search continues for soldier MIA for 3 years
  26. FAA seeks disabled vets for controller jobs
  27. Missile defense test near Hawaii successful
  28. ‘Compassion House’ would help homeless vets
  29. Top Marine visits troops in Iraq, Gulf
  30. Toppled Saddam statue now symbol of 'broken dreams'
  31. Kaneohe Marines Return from War
  32. Hawaii-based Marines Set Out For War
  33. Marines ask general about pay, new gear
  34. Marine in iconic photo ID'd
  35. Demonstrations mark 4th anniversary of Baghdad's fall
  36. Field rations are falling short in fueling troops
  37. Insider: Missteps Soured Iraqis on U.S.
  38. U.S., Iraqi troops find weapons stash in raid on Sunni legislator's home
  39. Conway talks tattoos, war politics in Iraq
  40. Husband, wife serve in different areas of Iraq
  41. Iraqi issues book on U.S. failures in Iraq
  42. 2008 candidates short on military service
  43. Priest tells of time as Marine chaplain in Iraq
  44. A quick fix
  45. Seeking fame? Get permission first, official says
  46. Politics cloud big boost for veterans programs
  47. Pentagon pushes for changes to former-spouse law
  48. Vested interest
  49. Iraq warning
  50. Air Force’s new look
  51. No pride in award for poor compliance
  52. Pace: U.S. ultimately would win on second front
  53. Officials say NMCI difficulties are rooted in design
  54. Mystery Marine back in Iraq
  55. New unit to serve as clearinghouse for wounded
  56. Lejeune may institute electronic ID system
  57. MarCent clarifies rules for Bronze Star
  58. Rosenthal, flag-raisers autographed Iwo pic
  59. Naval cadet takes expulsion to Congress
  60. Brothers in Arms:
  61. Marine chief calls peace hard-earned
  62. Not enough celebs for troops
  63. The troops at Brooke
  64. Pass war funds quickly, chiefs urge Congress
  65. Commandant: Anbar has turned the corner
  66. Midshipman convicted of sexual assault
  67. Walter Reed newsletter reports improvements
  68. Critics say SEAL statue glorifies violence
  69. Pearl Harbor missle destroyer to leave for Persian Gulf
  70. Marine breaches communication barriers in Iraq
  71. Ohio Group Supports Marines, Families
  72. The U.S. Military Diet: Lose AT LEAST 40 Pounds Guaranteed
  73. Lawmakers honor GIs killed in Iraq, Afghan wars
  74. Soldier says he fired to save his life
  75. Experienced reservists head south
  76. 15,000 Troops Could Stay Longer in Iraq
  77. Hunter's son headed back to Iraq
  78. Marines Corps ban on visible tattoos draws criticism
  79. Body art memorializes the fallen
  80. The battle back home
  81. Meet Our Decorated Heroes: God Bless Them!
  82. Local Marine gives a personal tour of new museum
  83. Students run to benefit paralyzed Marine
  84. Marine claims not guilty by reason of insanity in beating
  85. Learning to Live With the Mahdi Army
  86. Enlistment of blacks declining, data show
  87. DoD seeks to phase out paper W-2 forms
  88. SEALS streamline training, recruiting
  89. Kent to replace Estrada on April 25
  90. Casey takes charge as Army chief of staff
  91. House to look at Tillman, Lynch inaccuracies
  92. Man to be sentenced for posing as Marine
  93. Midshipman gets 2 years, dismissal from Navy
  94. Spec ops commander relieved
  95. Eligibility broadens for Reserve bonuses
  96. Marines, sailors from Essex ARG participate in community-outreach activities
  97. Diplomacy trumps machismo
  98. Pay soars to keep people in military
  99. Forever postage stamp on sale Thursday
  100. Fisher House offers a home away from home
  101. Treating war's 'silent injury'
  102. No takers yet for war czar duty
  103. Hunter's son to run for Congress while deployed
  104. The Times, Multicultural Center team to preserve wartime history
  105. MCCC hollers FOUR!
  106. Marines from the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit deploy
  107. Draft of DoD payday loan proposal published
  108. ‘Always faithful,’ Marines march again
  109. Marines take to the skies with realistic training exercises Friday
  110. There goes the cavalry
  111. Family of Iraq soldier thanks students
  112. Ohio Marine Awarded Purple Heart
  113. It's Peace Week at Ventura High
  114. Giving wounded warriors new hope
  115. An adventure with the I-Man
  116. Amid the battle of their lives, kid, cop connected
  117. U.S. General Says Iran Training Iraqi Militants on Bombs
  118. Brothers get helping hand to spend day together in Iraq
  119. Man gets 2 years probation posing as Marine
  120. Breaking News: Osprey squadron to deploy
  121. Wounded troops, families can win retreat
  122. Probe: Marines used excessive force
  123. Two Marines airlifted after car crash
  124. 2nd LAAD Marines recognized for capturing known terrorist
  125. Lots of 'stuff' on its way to Iraq
  126. Marine who saw Haditha aftermath sentenced for auto theft
  127. Marine General: Anbar Getting Better
  128. F-35 Price Tag Climbing
  129. US forces to 'wall off Baghdad streets'
  130. Bill would keep brain-injured in DoD care
  131. DoD: Drop surrogate pregnancies from Tricare
  132. Grand Rapids based Marines coming home
  133. Corps: Marine Iraq tours won’t change
  134. Gates to press allies for Afghanistan support
  135. Congressional hopeful recalled to active duty
  136. Marines prep for Afghanistan deployment
  137. First Coast Hero to be Honored by Navy & Marines
  138. Navy criminal probe looks at Afghan clash
  139. Military Intelligence — Embracing the tat
  140. MASS-1 Marines dedicate command post to fallen comrade
  141. Community Remembers Fallen Elkhart Marine
  142. Pamlico World War II veterans honored
  143. Digging deep to find the motivation needed to make a change
  144. Independent review finds money woes, Pentagon neglect to blame for Walter Reed proble
  145. Sticking together for the troops
  146. To Those Who Have Gone Before
  147. Tattoo memorials
  148. A Marine for life
  149. War game helps equip Staff Academy students for combat leadership
  150. Military Moms React to News of Tours of Duty Being Extended
  151. US soldier deleted media images to protect inquiry: NATO
  152. Feeding the American Dream into That Grinder
  153. In Uniform: Military shows chaplain another side
  154. Marine Barracks to be renamed for Medal of Honor winner
  155. Estrada: Corps may extend re-enlistment pay
  156. Board: Disability system must do more
  157. Kansas gov. signs law barring funeral pickets
  158. Marines Name Instructor of the Year
  159. Taking spiritual action to whole new level
  160. Fighting to get Joseph back home
  161. Hawk aircrew heads to NAS Fallon for Top Gun training
  162. US military plans to put Internet router in space
  163. Italy Calls for Standards in Dealing With Kidnappings
  164. Fallen Kaneohe Marines Live on Through Brick Pathway Memorial
  165. Top U.S. commander visits Seoul
  166. Strains on ground forces limit U.S. options in Iraq
  167. Director Scott, Hollywood renegade fight Iraq war
  168. U.S. Navy shows off terror-fighting dolphins
  169. The flags of Najaf
  170. From War Back into the Workforce
  171. Bush Condemns Green Zone Attack
  172. A civilization that has become just a dream.
  173. Turning the Corner in Iraq
  174. Study: Divorce rate same as peacetime level
  175. Troops rescue 5 contractors after chopper fails
  176. Iraq Burns While Dems Fiddle
  177. Hawaii-Based Marines Return From Iraq
  178. Irvine adopts Marine units
  179. In an Instant, a Junkyard of Humanity
  180. Osprey to make combat debut in Iraq
  181. General: Recent bombings strengthen resolve
  182. Byrd: Pentagon not out of money for war
  183. VMU-1 Marines back at Twentynine Palms today
  184. Marines arrive in Morocco for exercise
  185. Owens must pay $90K; no degree, commission
  186. Marines Prep for Afghanistan Deployment
  187. Chicago execs learn what it’s like to be one of the few, the proud
  188. Family raises money for body armor for Marine son, other soldiers"
  189. Drug user haven demolished in New Town
  190. Inked: New order bans some sleeve tattoos
  191. Adlesperger to get Navy Cross today
  192. Ex-bounty hunter became Iraqi bounty
  193. Senate signs on to renaming vet center
  194. Simulated City Preps Marines for Reality of Iraq
  195. Marines will deploy V-22 Osprey aircraft to Iraq
  196. Former commander backs return of military draft
  197. PBS plays it safe with Iraq documentary
  198. Marines Broke International Law
  199. Cooks from the Valley deliver hospitality to Marines
  200. Marines' museum passes milestone
  201. Award, barbecue welcome Marines
  202. USMC adds diagnostic module to tanks
  203. A New Letter from General Petraeus
  204. The Replacements
  205. Duration of Iraq troop buildup uncertain
  206. Marine surprised with motorcycle
  207. Air Guard prepares for Deployment
  208. Rally Against Gangs
  209. Injured vets’ red tape is unjust, panel says
  210. Marines’ Actions in Afghanistan Called Excessive
  211. Military disputes Marines' version of attack
  212. 'A close family'
  213. Rights group condemns Marines' acts
  214. Marines to get thanks in cards
  215. Marines Officially Welcomed Home
  216. Good Guys Fundraiser Helps Local Marines' Families
  217. Company B Marines celebrate return, remember comrade
  218. Marines' Squadron One holds 60th
  219. Iraq war's unseen injuries
  220. Marines to make noise
  221. Night vigil on burglars gets acclaim
  222. Operation: 'Dragon Skin': Parents campaign for better Marine armor
  223. Military comings and goings
  224. U.S. Pacific commander says Taiwan is factor in Guam buildup
  225. Mount Vernon Marine returns home from Iraq to stay
  226. Slain Natchitoches Marine to be honored
  227. Vet lost sight but not vision
  228. Wounded warriors stand up for themselves in new amputee center
  229. Don Ho, Hawaiian Musician, Dies at 76
  230. Guard force pulls all-nighters to keep Marines safe
  231. War Writing Helps Soldiers Survive
  232. German soldier in racial video still on duty
  233. DoD announces deaths of 3 soldiers, Marine
  234. Brad Kasal Story’ on shelves May 1
  235. Conway: Corps celebrations must honor fallen
  236. Retired flags call global warming major risk
  237. N. Korea misses nuclear reactor deadline
  238. CBIRF Marines train to travel
  239. Beheading of Marines during WWII resulted in war crimes trial on Guam
  240. Portable Radar for the Marines
  241. Northgate stabbing details still unclear
  242. Marine squadron of 10 tilt-rotor aircraft to report in September
  243. Early report: Marines not fired upon
  244. Local Marine Wounded In Iraq While Saving Another
  245. Security extends beyond the gate
  246. Gunny turns difficulties into way to help others
  247. Amnesty: West Must Help Iraq Refugees
  248. With ranks stretched thin, Army gets Air Force to fill some Iraq duties such as convo
  249. U.S. troops struggle to stop Taliban infiltration from Pakistan
  250. U.K. coroner reopens probe of CH-46 crash