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  1. Searchers find body of missing Fort Hood soldier
  2. Marines, IPs Work Together after IED Explosion Rocks Rawah
  3. Fly the American flag June 14
  4. Military mom thanks sons and troops
  5. U.S. Postal Service reissues Purple Heart stamp in 41-cent denomination
  6. Republican Women of Redlands help American troops
  7. Lanes to close at Lejeune’s main gate
  8. Military support groups battle over names
  9. Investment scam targets troops, officials say
  10. Get help at TurboTAP, but watch what you type
  11. Anti-war Marine gets general discharge
  12. War widow following her heart to Iraq
  13. Tapped Navy admiral gives few war views
  14. American flag a symbol of justice, liberty
  15. Cenla native, slain in Iraq last week, returns home
  16. Indictments for murder handed out in 5 cases
  17. Retired Marine honored
  18. Cop enables Marine's dying wish
  19. On War #221: The Perfect (Sine) Wave
  20. Pentagon: Violence in Iraq is still rising despite Baghdad security crackdown
  21. Lawyers Versus the Troops
  22. Petraeus says security crackdown working
  23. Congress no longer gives military free pass
  24. Marines Train Servicemembers in Martial Arts
  25. Korean War vets reunite
  26. Attorney points to combat stress in defense of accused Marine
  27. Marine send-off
  28. Senator's office working to help Midlands vet in his search for treatment
  29. Trooper, Marine Corps captain to be honored posthumously
  30. Family of Marine looking for closure
  31. Marine Corps Launches Infantry Combat Boot Survey
  32. Iraq on edge after attack on shrine
  33. Senate poised to pass wounded warrior bill
  34. VA giving alternative medicine more credence
  35. No more automatic OK for military appointees
  36. Study: Vets twice as likely to commit suicide
  37. Local Navy veteran helped put Iwo Jima on the map
  38. Most governors lower flag for fallen troops
  39. Marine Corps offers up to $80K to stay
  40. Dioxin levels high at old air base in Vietnam
  41. A flag in the wrong place, a flag in a right place?
  42. Marines’ vehicle delay at issue
  43. Marines Celebrate Return Home From Iraq
  44. Forensic Experts Testify That 4 Iraqis Killed by Marines Were Shot From a Few Feet Aw
  45. Robo-soldier does reconnaissance for Marines, Army
  46. Marine's case may include discussion of war stress
  47. A local plan for the war in Iraq
  48. Army plans to hire more psychiatrists
  49. Study: Military mental health system poor
  50. Americans enjoy surreal haven at military center in Iraq
  51. Warrants issued for two in killing of Marine
  52. Flag disposal important to vets
  53. Hollywood's influence on Marines surfaces in hearings
  54. New role for ex-Marine
  55. Base gate closes temporarily after mine delivery
  56. Judge: Jury will not hear Marine's CNN interview
  57. U.S. Army officer charged with aiding the enemy by allowing detainees to use his phon
  58. Walter Reed uses scuba to help amputees
  59. POW/MIA command gets new commander
  60. Marines deploy SharePoint to improve administration
  61. Street markers honor Marines
  62. Marines Add Depth to Pre-Deployment Program
  63. More participants needed to thank injured Marines
  64. E-club gets face-lift
  65. Desert Talon landing in Yuma
  66. FIRST IWO JIMA FLAG ON DISPLAY STARS AND STRIPES Flag in photo was not the first
  67. When Dundalk Guy Met ‘the Duke’
  68. Navy Doc Honored For Iraq Duty
  69. Galloway: Dying continues in Iraq while at home we bury our heads in the sand
  70. Camp Foster Marine jailed for desertion
  71. A Marine Lieutenant Writes to the New Naval Academy Midshipmen
  72. Court-martial begins in detainee abuse case
  73. Military tests new smart 30mm rounds
  74. Risky conditions cited at VA hospital
  75. Alcohol shipping regs change for Marines
  76. Marines salute eight who died in Iraq combat
  77. Heroes a ‘part of our family’
  78. Pentagon may drop mental health question
  79. Lords of Devil Dogtown
  80. Up to $80K to stay
  81. ‘Broad stripes and bright stars’ in the making
  82. Conway names new 'marquee title' on reading list
  83. Iraqis face noose in U.S. attacks
  84. Air Force keen to see deployed Osprey in action
  85. Am Law 200 Lawyers Reflect on Life in the War Zone
  86. 3/5 corporal gets posthumous Navy Cross
  87. WWII Navajo code talkers welcome recognition
  88. Soldiers, nurse to help veterans with benefits
  89. Linden residents show support for troops
  90. Bridge named for soldier missing for decades
  91. From master sergeant to master mentor
  92. Dads by the book: Atticus Finch sets the bar high
  93. STC dad gets early Father's Day gift
  94. Soldier kept faith in Iraq mission
  95. A chaplain's challenge: Marines' relationships
  96. Soldiers and Marines march to admirals' orders
  97. NBA Players Post Up with Marines
  98. Some unhappy with vest progress
  99. Send an email to the Marines and let them know, you care
  100. Overseas troops get free phone cards
  101. US launches new offensive around Baghdad
  102. Missing soldiers’ IDs found in Iraq
  103. ‘I just wanted him honored’
  104. Haditha-Forensic Evidence-The Truth will exonerate My Son
  105. Bill would allow illegals to join military
  106. On their first Father's Day
  107. 'Virtual Iraq': A real help to stressed vets
  108. Bonus sweetens service
  109. Photo gives soldier '15 minutes of fame'
  110. Motorcyclists launch ride for warriors
  111. Fathers of troops proud yet scared
  112. Patriotism leads many to service
  113. ‘There’s not a victim here’
  114. After Iraq, DiNova on home ground
  115. Salon in a box
  116. Arsenic-laced organs to be examined to determine if they belong to Marine
  117. Webb talks about son, who returned from Iraq
  118. Exhibit puts history of gay veterans on view
  119. Soldiers Return From The Battlefield With Psychological Wounds
  120. For new father, it's pure instinct
  121. Military moms enjoy Father's Day baby shower
  122. Pride belongs on front line, and front page
  123. Local twins prepare for Marine basics
  124. IEDs: A Failure to Protect U.S. Troops?
  125. Congress orders tests on helmet pads
  126. Deadline looming, DoD looks for Iraq progress
  127. Fewer influential adults recommending service
  128. Terry Burt: Paying tribute to a friend, and all Marines By Terry Burt | Special to
  129. Medal For Marine Who Died A Hero
  130. Photographer’s son heading to Iraq
  131. 'Brats' explores lives of military children
  132. Father-son war trauma
  133. Mansfield World War II vet recounts harrowing experiences at sea
  134. A noble, if odd, calling: Saving whale droppings
  135. Bracing for next wave
  136. Hearing on Lejeune water revives fears
  137. Combat Camera provides picture of future battles
  138. General: Stabilized Iraq May Take Decade
  139. Military spouses target of scam
  140. Corporal Matt Buchanan
  141. Reservists could get more school assistance
  142. Veteran pilot saw action in three wars
  143. Wars force DOD to rethink basing
  144. 'Wash Post' Goes 'Beyond Walter Reed' for Report on Vets' Mental Health Woes
  145. Helmet headache
  146. Marine brings ‘sharp elbow’ to Joint Staff
  147. Staying in command
  148. Five years after attacks, a better anthrax cleaner?
  149. War protester’s case raises questions about IRR rules
  150. Alleged scam drains millions from troops
  151. Some Inconvenient Facts about the Haditha Incident
  152. Healing hard to find in military mental-health system
  153. KU graduate leads high-flying squadron
  154. Keeping the good times rolling
  155. Military Museum displays veteran's Vietnam photo exhibit
  156. Area WWII vet recalls the carnage
  157. For absent heroes
  158. U.S., Iraqi troops launch new ops near capital
  159. US Marines Expect Rising Metals Costs To Push Up V-22 Price
  160. Happy Father's Day
  161. ESPN.com Launches Free Arcade Site
  162. Camp Pendleton Marines get day with Lord Stanley's Cup
  163. Young, but ready to serve
  164. Bataan survivors, vets to meet
  165. Reflections on service and sacrifice
  166. Chili bridge named for Vietnam casualty
  167. Former cheerleader set for third tour in Iraq
  168. Father, son honored for service in 2 wars
  169. Flags of our Fathers
  170. Ageless 90 years old and zipping around Daily routines continue
  171. Giving it the old college try
  172. GIs can't get a break
  173. Childhood dream leads NP man to Top Secret assignment in D.C.
  174. Troops Get Archaeological Playing Cards
  175. Man who lied about actions in Iraq admits faking forms
  176. Months after saying Iraq war 'drifting sideways,' Warner presents only mild challenge
  177. American and Iraqi forces begin drives to oust militant gunmen from Baghdad's flanks
  178. Army: Walter Reed mail backlog resolved
  179. 1/3 to receive Navy Unit Commendation
  180. Surviving SEAL tells story of deadly mission
  181. Naval Academy drill simulates gunman on campus
  182. Quantico teaches professors about officers
  183. Combat stress has Marines' attention
  184. Comrades in arms in the real world
  185. PARIS AIRSHOW: USMC Ready to Deploy Osprey to Iraq
  186. Heroes in action
  187. Marine Turned Al Jazeera Reporter Zaps Media, Administration
  188. Media Covered Up Full Haditha Battle
  189. Iwojima, site of fierce battle, is officially renamed Iwoto
  190. Thank WWII heroes at every possible opportunity
  191. Conway: Marines too comfy at Iraq bases
  192. 23 military bases have tainted water
  193. Library patrons give generously
  194. Heat raises a black flag at Lejeune
  195. Area veteran remembers WWII
  196. In battle for hearts and minds, Iraqi insurgents are doing well
  197. The perils of carving a path to the Taliban's front door
  198. Allentown homicide victim was ex-Marine
  199. Panel: Stress experts should visit war zones
  200. Army Again Considers Longer Combat Tours
  201. Iraq commanders say no to breaks in combat
  202. Marines to 'raid' Gregory Canyon
  203. Reserve Cpl. Mark A. Camp
  204. Sucker Punch Sally's Honors Troops
  205. Military retention high with bonuses
  206. Memories of combat are never far from former Albuquerque Marine's thoughts
  207. Retirees lose court fight to repeal former spouse law
  208. Conway speech motivates high school students
  209. Widow: Remarried spouses still need benefits
  210. Commandant visits Europe and Marine Forces Europe Marines
  211. NBC's Body Armor Embarrassment (Duncan Hunter)
  212. Muslim face of the US Marines
  213. ‘Fighting Fifth’ changing command
  214. Marines based in Japan, Okinawa get new leader
  215. Fallujah Patrol Finds Bombs on Ice Make Case for Exit
  216. Area Marines served in world wars
  217. Iwo Jima reverts to its old name
  218. Second WWII series for HBO
  219. A Father Goes to Boot Camp And Masters a Lesson in Life
  220. At camp, military kids bear scars of their own
  221. Saugus bestows another honor on fallen Marine
  222. New start for wounded veterans
  223. New name opens old wounds on Iwo Jima
  224. Local family reflects on its years serving in the military
  225. Military historian chronicles war in Iraq
  226. Disability pay set too low for many war wounded
  227. Feds file charges over Thai-made uniform flags for U.S. soldiers
  228. Fallujah clear of insurgents by August, commander says
  229. Role player medevaced from urban-combat drill
  230. Abizaid warns of underestimating al-Qaida
  231. Lance corporals get a new MCI
  232. 26th MEU stops in Spain on return trip home
  233. Former Marine working for al-Jazeera pens book
  234. Mother tapes pacifier in babys mouth, baby dies
  235. Hansen Marine convicted of raping comrade
  236. Reservist going from fighting house fires to avoiding enemy fire in Iraq
  237. USS Wasp assault ship can do it all
  238. At Least 14 U.S Soldiers Die in Attacks in Iraq
  239. Forging a Nation
  240. Trustee returns to Canton board
  241. Bad pressure switches discovered in Ospreys
  242. Panel: Dropouts, flab, drugs hurt recruiting
  243. Car bomb hurts local Marine Joshua Reynolds in Iraq
  244. Military families receive free PCs
  245. Military guidelines for political involvement
  246. On Duty
  247. DoD shuts down computers after cyber attack
  248. Marine Corps details technology needs
  249. Odierno: 80% of al-Qaida leaders fled Baqubah
  250. S.D. Turtle Races to include flags for fallen