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  1. Flags lowered for two Code Talkers
  2. ‘Champion maker’
  3. In line to get Semper fired
  4. Motorists still express N.C. 172 inconveniences a month after base move
  5. Air show aircraft crashes
  6. U.S. Soldier Convicted in Iraq
  7. Following in his father’s footsteps
  8. U.S. military says it killed senior al-Qaida leader linked to kidnappings of American
  9. Nevada woman finally meets McCain after wearing his POW bracelet
  10. Don't Abandon Us
  11. Happy Warrior
  12. War vet, home early, kills burglar
  13. Vet mistaken as AWOL for second time
  14. Iraq: The Movie Set
  15. 'Band' deserves a continuing salute
  16. Award honors Marine lost in Iraq
  17. Plot to blow up girls' school uncovered
  18. Exercise puts cadets on the cyber-defensive
  19. Devens hand selected as 4th
  20. Threshing for grains of truth
  21. Prideful Vietnam veterans meeting
  22. WWII hero talks history
  23. One high-speed ship for three services?
  24. Iraqis jailing innocents, U.S. officials say
  25. Tues. hearing is first in Hadithah shootings
  26. Refurbished plane crashes on way to air show
  27. Camp Lejeune celebrates 66 years of existence
  28. Long tours in Iraq may be minefield for mental health
  29. 2006 Marine Corps Athletes of the Year announced
  30. Lejeune Marine succumbs to injuries
  31. Students design Run for Warriors logo
  32. A true hero
  33. Memorial photo book captures Arlington
  34. Private care option for some brain-injured vets
  35. Senior U.S. commander wounded at Baghdad wall
  36. Paratroopers narrow in on Taliban in Ghazni
  37. Road project unearths Union Civil War soldier
  38. Four Midstate Marines Honored At Public Memorial
  39. Enid Marine gets taste of desert warfare
  40. Fear, heroics in 'House of Hell'
  41. Marine Band wows Dupont Manuel students
  42. War and remembrance
  43. Ex-Marine recruiter sentenced to jail
  44. Newspaper questions rapper's military history
  45. Hero Jack Russell to receive Purple Heart
  46. Standing up for victory
  47. SOCOM celebrates 20th anniversary
  48. Marine pilots from different wars share bond
  49. Propaganda Fear Cited in Account of Iraqi Killings
  50. Deployed troops battle for custody of children
  51. Tragedy forges bond between families
  52. Ex-Iraq prison camp commander awaits fate
  53. Some Company B Marines Looking for Work
  54. Essex Junction Marine, killed in Iraq, laid to rest
  55. A spectacle of twists and turns: oohs, aahs
  56. Edwards team stars in 'Iron Man' superhero movie
  57. Youth center dedicated to fallen Marine
  58. Iraq protesters include some who are objecting to the war they fought - or are fighti
  59. Account of civilian deaths questioned
  60. Custody lost during hitch
  61. Stealth bomber draws eyes
  62. Stone case may set tone for Haditha prosecutions
  63. Reduced sentences possible for war-crime convictions
  64. 8 soldiers, 2 Marines killed in Iraq bombings
  65. War czar wanted, but a tough position to fill
  66. One family keeps lucky silk from parachute
  67. Homeless vet loses fight with alcoholism
  68. Two Iraq-veteran Marines take wife, fiancée to prom
  69. Family, friends rejoice at Marine's return
  70. Humvee doors can trap troops
  71. US general says Iraq will get deadlier
  72. Marine's First Job in Iraq--Stay Alive
  73. Marine returns from duty in Iraq
  74. Making history, making changes
  75. Sergeant helps wounded warriors mend
  76. Afghan friendly fire shooter may have been ill
  77. Raises on the rise
  78. Withdrawal deadline holds up war supplemental
  79. Report shows Navy resistance toward Corps’ JSF variant
  80. New Army sniper rifle heads into combat
  81. Ship-flag swap edges forward
  82. ‘We know they took fire’
  83. Report on fatal shooting hits lapses
  84. Familiar territory
  85. Camp Hansen battalion aid stations now under one roof
  86. War Wounds of the Mind Part VI: Half of Soldiers, Marines Returning With PTSD -
  87. Celebrating Heroes
  88. DODDS teacher reunites with Kadena troops who saved him
  89. "Wounded East Tennessee Marine Welcomed Home With Parade"
  90. They were expecting twins...
  91. Wind nixes last day of Cherry Point air show
  92. Petraeus 'concerned' by ethics report
  93. Hero’s funeral: Flags to line route of procession
  94. Teenager in Vietnam: New Book Tells Real-Life War Story of High School
  95. Master sgt. drowns rescuing children at beach
  96. Grocery trip wins vet’s family $350k
  97. Pain care a serious issue for returning troops
  98. SEALs Face Recruiting Woes
  99. 2 Marines from Camp Lejeune killed in Iraq
  100. Marine legacy brings mayor, judge together
  101. Volunteers help Iraq veteran
  102. US military takes war online in the battle for public opinion
  103. Hearing today for officer charged with dereliction
  104. Navy chief: sailors will continue Iraq, Afghanistan
  105. Morocco prepares Marines for Iraq
  106. Combat Caught on Tape
  107. General's aide refuses to testify in Haditha hearings
  108. Nazi 'master race' delusions tore children between two worlds
  109. Army opens new military-only resort in Va.
  110. 83-year-old WWII Marine vet awarded DFC
  111. Marines on Patrol in Falujah
  112. High APR, high payments equal steady Ramen noodle diet Pfc. Ethan Hoaldridge
  113. Two killed in Iraq were devoted to duty
  114. Iraq war veteran, 24, dies in car crash
  115. U.S. Commander Laments Killings in Afghanistan
  116. Army apologizes for alleged Afghan shootings
  117. Bill to help military families get food stamps
  118. VA urged to improve PTSD testing, compensation
  119. Marines continue local combat training
  120. U.S. officer ordered Haditha move after Marine died
  121. Pentagon announces Iraq deployments
  122. Fidelity misled troops, NASD alleges
  123. Appeal for Courage takes petition to Congress
  124. Retired generals on TV to criticize Iraq war
  125. Making Marines: A 2News Special Report
  126. Communications Marines prepare for Operation Iraqi Freedom
  127. Marine proves to be valuable part of team
  128. Local hero awarded Bronze Star
  129. Howell twins answer call to serve America
  130. U.S. Soldier on Trial in Death in Iraq
  131. Cheney Makes Unannounced Visit to Iraq
  132. Grim evolution in Iraq: Better chances to save soldiers but more casualties to treat
  133. Surgeon says VA hospital has 18-month backlog
  134. Queen honors U.S. dead at WWII memorial
  135. Lee could re-enter Marines
  136. A brush with valor: Paintings capture 'Semper Fi' spirit
  137. Foundation Helps Wounded Veteran Own A Home
  138. Gates urges ramping up MRAP acquisition
  139. Record label unable to confirm rapper claims
  140. Web site to raise support for MarSOC Marines
  141. General: Iran supporting some Sunni insurgents
  142. After Fort Dix: How safe are our bases?
  143. Conway assistant nominated for first star
  144. Bill would expand leave-sharing for some vets
  145. Marines Load Up Supplies Bound For Iraq
  146. Gates sees a fall scenario for fewer troops
  147. Major: Marines accomplishing mission
  148. Hoover teacher served in Marines to get to classroom
  149. One man’s trash is another man’s small arms range
  150. Closing the gap
  151. N.J. incident underscores area Marine security watch at Lejeune and New River
  152. Marine: Some civilian slayings were to be blamed on Iraqi army
  153. Marines try to regain city's trust
  154. Whose War Is It Anyway?
  155. Former Marines Helps Heroes Get Hired
  156. Pentagon wants civilian Language Corps
  157. Two Marines, One Navy, One Army: Four Win SemperComm Award
  158. Experiment may lighten Marines’ load
  159. DoD releases mental health survey
  160. Commander to troops: Fight by the rules
  161. Marines heading home
  162. U.S. commander in Iraq warns against torture, abuses
  163. Questions over lack of Haditha inquiry
  164. Semper Gumby: Marine moves from admin to machine gun for IRP
  165. Coloradan faces charge of dereliction
  166. Bush Expected to Renew Term of Chairman of Joint Chiefs
  167. A Marine's Experiences in Iraq:
  168. Train the young, refresh the old
  169. Literary Battle Fatigue
  170. SEAL tapped to head SOCom, add fourth star
  171. Sgt. Maj. Bradley A. Kasal imparts knowledge
  172. Tough Marine a leader you don't forget
  173. The 'business' is war
  174. Clear Spring teen accepted to U.S. Naval Academy summer seminar
  175. Marine welcomed home
  176. Fighter jets of future on northern course
  177. Marine sanctuary Surf's up at Camp Pendleton's Del Mar Jetty
  178. Stow veteran strums up new way to support troops
  179. Camp Lejeune artillery battery deactivates
  180. Iowa license plate to honor dead soldiers
  181. Classmates give Marine a $6K scholarship
  182. Cooks from the Valley serve up barbeque to Marines
  183. Cheney warns Iran against interfering with sea traffic
  184. Blue Angels regroup for show after crash
  185. Devil Dogs take a bite out of Anbar insurgency
  186. 2nd MLG clear on Iraq mission
  187. Sharing 43 years of lessons learned
  188. Army Tries Incentives to Keep Officers
  189. Army's 'witchdoctors' save U.S. soldiers and Iraqi insurgents
  190. Iraqi president: Troops needed for 1-2 years
  191. 6th grader honored by marines
  192. From Badgers line to the front line in Iraq
  193. Marine acquitted of fraud charges at Camp Foster
  194. Military trains its bomb squads at Eglin
  195. Former pilot raises questions in play about Iraq
  196. Wounded Marine vet seeks crossbow law
  197. Radio host to spouses: ‘No whining’
  198. Fallen soldiers honored with banners in Pa.
  199. Local Marine recruiter's unit helped in dramatic rescue
  200. Voice of Ramadi speaks for police, city leaders
  201. Academy: Diversity strong despite rule change
  202. Please don't go, Haditha mayor tells U.S. Marines
  203. Brother and sister march together as Marines
  204. Mothers' love: Caring in a time of war
  205. Marine’s leadership, knowledge earns him meritorious promotion in Iraq
  206. US and Iraqi troops hunt three missing comrades
  207. Angels Of War
  208. Pain of a patriot's mother
  209. E-Mails Reveal a Fallen Soldier's Story
  210. 'Honor the Military' picnic dishes out fine food, fun
  211. A mother’s pride
  212. Iraq war spreads to Hollywood
  213. Some war stories are wrong, all wrong
  214. As a matter of fact, his Mom does wear Army boot
  215. Sean's father tells his own story
  216. Eastern Carolina's ties with military must remain strong
  217. 'Only dream I've ever had was of being a good mother'
  218. Luckie wraps up military, law enforcement career -- maybe
  219. A Mother’s Day present from Iraq
  220. DOD blocking YouTube, others
  221. Twin Soldiers' Parents Hope For Sons' Safe Return
  222. The Week That Was
  223. Dog gets medal for saving kids
  224. 7,243 moms deployed this Mother’s Day
  225. New facility to be named Code Talker Hall
  226. Wounded Marine finds, gives solace at school
  227. Killing of Taliban leader marks major victory
  228. Lawyer tries to shield Marines
  229. Learning to tell it like it is
  230. Wal-Mart funds Iraq care packages
  231. War resisters to discuss military experience
  232. Tougher sell for recruiters: Dad
  233. Woman who lost her only son in Iraq war gives tearful speech
  234. Insurgents "learning how to defeat" Strykers
  235. Mom's best gift is reunion with sons
  236. Korean War makes a Marine sergeant out of Mansfield grad
  237. Wounded minds
  238. Boot camp basics
  239. 'Reagan Diaries' published this month
  240. Marine returns
  241. War Story: CPL Michael Olson
  242. A Marine who refused to quit
  243. Marines making progress in Iraq
  244. College honors Marine Corps general
  245. Lawyer: Stop statements on MarSOC incident
  246. Second Marine drowns in Atlantic in a week
  247. In Fallujah, US marines avoid back streets
  248. Marine Refused Staff’s Advice on Iraq Deaths, Major Testifies
  249. Wounded Marines Helping Other Wounded Troops
  250. Grunt uses experience to ensure MAG-29, squadrons are secure