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  1. Veterans' tuition breaks expand
  2. Profile America: U.S. Marines
  3. Ex-Marine helps military personnel returning to civilian life find jobs
  4. US to send aircraft carrier to Middle East
  5. Head of Marine Corps sees parallels, contrasts with Vietnam
  6. Officials Worry of Summer Terror Attack
  7. Army captain blinded in Iraq bombing summits Mount Rainier
  8. Bush warns troop levels will only be decided by 'military people'
  9. Iraq: Go Deep or Get Out
  10. Firm to pay fine over foreign-made flag patches
  11. Arraignment delayed in flag-stepping case
  12. S.A. recruits go through Marine boot camp
  13. Police Search Boulder Home Of Hering's Parents
  14. River's abundance of corpses ruins Iraqis' appetite for carp
  15. DoD faulted on Humvee armor contracts
  16. Young Marines collect movies for the deployed
  17. Haditha hearing officer has more work ahead
  18. It pays to ‘Stay Marine’: RCT-6 pays out $1 million+ in re-enlistment bonuses in sing
  19. Operation ASCOT to send packages to soldiers
  20. S.C. company couldn't deliver Marine Corps vehicles on time
  21. Two Camp Pendleton corporals killed in Anbar province
  22. Senator proposes extending R&R to 20 days
  23. A New Strategy in Iraq?
  24. Hispanic vets’ stories added to film
  25. More units listed for II MEF Iraq rotation
  26. Bin Laden, al-Qaida alive and well, CIA says
  27. Battalion to reactivate as 2/9 on Friday
  28. Report: All military kids need pre-K programs
  29. Inside US Green Zone in Iraq, Marines’ fight is against bulge
  30. Hapless Hack Covers War in Iraq in 'Last One In'
  31. Seabees recall World War II stories
  32. Marine's tour in Iraq leaves everyone changed
  33. Marine recruits ready to fight for their country
  34. Tighter combat utility uniform policy due soon
  35. Report gives Iraqi progress mixed reviews
  36. Inked Marines could be DIs, Conway says
  37. Death of combat vet announced 4 months later
  38. How you can win a free iPod Nano
  39. Vets share stories as county marks 150 years
  40. DoD official urges mental health culture shift
  41. Foundation awards free books to Marines
  42. Turnaround in Anbar
  43. Marine's Parents Want Murtha Censured for Haditha Remarks
  44. High-Tech System Helps Marines Beat the Heat
  45. Measuring Progress in Iraq
  46. Army Husband
  47. House votes to bring troops home by April 1
  48. Database of Iraqi IDs puts clamp on enemy
  49. Troops conduct raid in Shiite area of Baghdad
  50. Tribute to fallen Marine is tribute to all Marines
  51. Tactical safety deploys with Ready Group
  52. Fighting a new war
  53. Body of drowned Marine found off Calif. coast
  54. The Truth About Iraq
  55. Soldier shoots himself to avoid Iraq
  56. Wounded Troops Find Meaningful Ways to Continue Serving
  57. 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines back in the fight
  58. Soldiers and Marines once
  59. Filipino marines killed, some beheaded, in clash with rebels
  60. PPE stops round, saves Marine
  61. President Bush promotes Marine Band director
  62. Identification effort crosses entire war zone
  63. Marine inspector-instructor leaves
  64. A Veteran Remembers
  65. House committee accuses administration of withholding key documents on Tillman death
  66. Leading GOP senators draft Iraq bill demanding Bush change strategy, narrow mission o
  67. US withdrawal from Iraq would be a massive undertaking
  68. Marine Corps orders 1,170 MRAPs
  69. Vet to give response to Bush radio address
  70. Marine of the Year finds time for community
  71. Iraq, the vets' view
  72. CLB-13 Marine serves 5th tour in Iraq
  73. Deserter's blog: Marine in Boulder
  74. Iraqi PM: U.S. can leave ‘any time’
  75. Corps ramps up battlefield ethics training
  76. Charges against veteran protesters dropped
  77. Commander in northern Iraq sees progress
  78. Accusations Of Being 'Soft' Made Marines More Aggressive
  79. Pendleton officials say stress disorder rates leveling off
  80. The Details 'Fire & Ice: Marine Corps Combat Art From Afghanistan And Iraq'
  81. For burned troops, stress and deep bonds
  82. Even as Loved Ones Fight On, War Doubts Arise
  83. When the reality of Iraq hits home
  84. Two portraits of local Marine awaiting trial
  85. Mansfield soldier rides a Buffalo through Iraq
  86. Dissent among the ranks
  87. A veteran fights alone
  88. Marine dreams of being opera singer
  89. 'Last One In'
  90. A reckless minority of troops has declared war on all Iraqis.
  91. Visiting Vietnam vets discuss their experiences, the current war
  92. Marines battle moral dilemma
  93. Clothing drive helps Walter Reed troops
  94. 'We were in a Cougar, so we survived'
  95. MRAPs can't stop newest weapon
  96. In Iraq bills, a Vietnam echo
  97. Marine killed in Iraq honored at ceremony
  98. Hearing to begin Monday for Marine charged in Haditha killings
  99. A special bond in the military
  100. Handling with care
  101. Sports help veterans get back in game of life
  102. Robot air attack squadron bound for Iraq; 'Reaper' packs bombs, missiles
  103. 2 Marines are 1st women added to USNA memorial
  104. Senate could add to hefty benefits plan
  105. For those who miss out, it’s no big deal
  106. How should I spend my bonus?
  107. Mental health co-chair says troops should be screened for ‘resilience’
  108. Congress told that military misses key missions
  109. Sensing bombs from afar
  110. Test drive heightens Corps’ interest in Cheetah vehicle
  111. Longer DEP window nets 1,100 recruits
  112. Commandant talks deployments, cammie policy
  113. Pace: Even bigger buildup an option
  114. Troops launch offensive south of Baghdad
  115. Pentagon balked at pleas from officers in field for safer vehicles
  116. Former Marine quits Food Network show
  117. Lawyer: Lance cpl. responded to real threat
  118. Al-Jazeera Marine on The Daily Show tonight
  119. Defense: Hamdaniya cpl. may have brain injury
  120. Rock band petitions for better mental care
  121. U.S., Japan search for WWII MIAs in Alaska
  122. Bill would grant citizenship for service
  123. Ospreys to enter fight with Marines in the fall
  124. Fellow Marines to testify in military hearing on Haditha murders
  125. Filling Gaps in Iraq, Then Finding a Void at Home
  126. Common valor
  127. Local Marine's Remains Arrive at LAX
  128. Top US general visits soldiers in Iraq, sees the strain
  129. Marine returns from Iraq
  130. No rocking chair for this former Marine
  131. Bonds of Battle Remain the Strongest
  132. Letter: Add-on armor too heavy for MRAPs
  133. Marines charged with Milledge burglary
  134. Senselessness' may have been on minds of many brave soldiers
  135. Not your stereotypical Marine
  136. Marine dies in non-combat incident
  137. Report: Al-Qaida may use Iraqis to attack U.S.
  138. RCT 2 leads new Anbar offensive
  139. Marine receives commendation for leadership
  140. Conway sets new martial arts requirements
  141. Nicholson resigns as VA secretary
  142. DOD wants $1.3B for MRAPs
  143. Commissary shopping survey still online
  144. Generals called to testify in Tillman case
  145. MCAA announces its 2007 Aviation Awards
  146. Military Salute--Beaufort Marines & Sailors
  147. Group provides support for Marines' families
  148. Area veteran remembers WWII
  149. Iraq vet to GOP: We’re doing good work
  150. Welcome Aboard! Air Drop From A C-17
  151. Silent surge in contractor 'armies'
  152. Army starting brain injury education
  153. Gunmen disguised as soldiers murder 29 Iraqis
  154. A time to heal: Effort targets post-traumatic stress disorder
  155. Jury deciding fate of Hamdania defendant
  156. Foreclosure protection could have hidden risk
  157. Memo reveals V-22 concerns
  158. Senate shelves defense policy bill
  159. Corps redirects $563M to speed MRAP delivery
  160. 13th MEU extended in Iraq for 30 days
  161. New prosthetic could let amputees stay on job
  162. Marine’s death in Iraq investigated
  163. House bill would make new ID cards illegal
  164. Senator: Notify Marines of toxic tap water
  165. Group votes for more time for survivor claims
  166. Marines’ sergeant major visits troops on Okinawa, shares his vision
  167. Marines Hit the Range for Some Pre-Iraq Training
  168. Agent: Marine Knew Targets Were Families
  169. Quantico tightens security
  170. Marine Corps award 'shocks' Torrington man
  171. Marine convicted of conspiracy
  172. Marine buried next to son he never met
  173. Arlington Marine dies in Iraq
  174. Corps looking for more Marines to go recon
  175. Civil War-Era Hospital May Find a New Life
  176. Mandel headed back to Iraq
  177. Pentagon proposes joint disability system
  178. Odierno: September too soon to assess Iraq
  179. Officials: Disaster response training needed
  180. Panel: U.S. will not rename Iwo Jima on maps
  181. Maine greeters to salute 500,000th troop
  182. Report: Draft would hurt quality of force
  183. DoD rebukes Sen. Clinton on Iraq questions
  184. Pentagon extends Iraq tours for 2,200 Marines
  185. Corporal facing life in prison says he wants to stay in Marines
  186. Military addressing soldiers with PTSD
  187. Every Marine will now be kung-fu fighting
  188. Thompson tells plan to rebuild troop levels
  189. U.S. forces in Anbar province aim to cut off usual summer attacks
  190. Company A recruit graduates as company honorman after nine-month tour on depot
  191. Depot color guard takes pride in work, actions are recognized
  192. General Needs Until Nov. to Assess Iraq
  193. Iraqi terrorist exposed as a sham
  194. Navy officer programs now open to Marines
  195. Marine's trial 'an uphill battle'
  196. Father views son's service from perspective of Vietnam
  197. Lejeune water passing the test
  198. Marines' Drill a Sharp Contrast to Cindy's Ilk
  199. Fall will be crucial time for MRAP project
  200. Voice carries Marine from sand to stage
  201. MECEP student spent five years in Corps before returning to Harvard
  202. Marine avoids jail for conspiring to murder Iraqi
  203. New intel school named for fallen Marine
  204. Young Marines visit Camp Lejeune
  205. General: Tour extensions necessary in Anbar
  206. Iraq veteran and 9/11 survivor: Sheehan's son died for good cause
  207. 21-Year-Old In Marine Custody, Accused Of AWOL
  208. Putting the 'care' in care packages
  209. US military deserters seek refuge in Canada
  210. Military goes high-tech to stay cool
  211. Commander pleads for time to secure Iraq
  212. Air Force, Navy seeing growing duty in Iraq
  213. Satellite hookup allows Marine in Iraq to see son’s birth
  214. Army secretary acknowledges mistakes in military care of wounded soldiers
  215. Blue Angels look to hometown show during difficult season
  216. Bill would make WWII site into national park
  217. Special vests help keep soldiers cool in Iraq
  218. 'Caveman' Holzworth will find way to lead Marines in battle
  219. Forensics at center of Haditha hearing
  220. Sports help veterans get back in game of life
  221. GAO evaluates federal USERRA claims test
  222. Beach vacations offered to wounded troops
  223. Wounded Warrior Sets New World Record in Shotput
  224. The United States Marine Drum & Bugle Corps goes cellular
  225. Web Sites Rally Support for G.I.’s in Legal Trouble
  226. Ride, Fossett to Join Aviation Hall
  227. Missing WWII Sailor is Identified
  228. Iraq: Marines Can Get Away With Killing Civilians
  229. Legal aid enlisted for troops
  230. A garden memorial hails area Marine
  231. Closure sought for long-time MIA cases
  232. How many U.S. forces required for Iraq?
  233. Summer in Iraq: Soldiers face blistering heat
  234. Wheelchair sports restore veterans' spirits
  235. Marine's dream to sing takes him from Iraqi sand to Missouri stage
  236. Photos of veterans grace cafe walls
  237. Years in planning, U.S. withdrawal from Iraq would still face long list of uncertaint
  238. Former Texas executive pleads guilty to lying about military cargo fraud
  239. Reunion helps Marines 'put the missing pieces back'
  240. MARSOC Marines ‘tough it out’ in Gereshk
  241. Conway: Minority accession decline troubling
  242. Officials: Corps behind on health screenings
  243. Military: Captured smugglers linked to Iran
  244. 13th MEU hits Anbar to stop weapons flow
  245. Bush aide discusses using force in Pakistan
  246. General proposes reducing troop levels
  247. U.S. must stay, says Marines chief
  248. Col. Dwight Sullivan defends the Constitution
  249. Section of Queens sidewalk named after marine killed in Iraq
  250. 'We need to remember them'