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  1. Marine Leader Charged Over Haditha Is Innocent, Legal Group Says
  2. Court of inquiry postponed again
  3. Military Musicians
  4. Water delivered in Bangladesh
  5. 'These Nine' exhibit shows WWII heroes
  6. Family remembers life of Code Talker
  7. Retrial in Marine training mishap begins
  8. Navy admirals express surprise at China's refusal of port visit for U.S. ships
  9. On this day in American military history:
  10. More F-16 Fun
  11. Iraqi Special Operations Forces, U.S. Special Forces disrupt Baghdad terrorist cell
  12. Coalition forces positively identify terrorists killed in recent raids
  13. Harrier crashes in Arizona; pilot safe
  14. Former Marine turned contractor dies in Iraq
  15. Marine Leader Charged Over Haditha Is Innocent, Legal Group Says
  16. Retired 4-star sought as Mideast peace liaison
  17. Former Navajo Code Talker dies at 92
  18. 6,000 Sunnis join security pact with U.S.
  19. Top General: Pendleton Marines Staying In Iraq
  20. Marines in Iraq for long haul, general warns
  21. A 'surge' for Afghanistan?
  22. Japanese visitors get taste of Marine marksmanship course
  23. Festival of Trees gets helping hands
  24. Why Marine recruits join in wartime
  25. Which food can withstand lengthy shipments?
  26. Losing A Local Marine
  27. Mom: ‘I thought as soon as the funeral was over, we would be forgotten ...’
  28. Reno Fallen Marine’s Father Enlists in Navy
  29. New Marine deserves our salute
  30. Training in tight quarters no problem for Marines
  31. Air Force orders all Boeing F-15 fighter jets grounded less than a week after returni
  32. Former sailor cites Patriot Act ruling in trying to keep phone calls out of terror tr
  33. Marines' duties go well beyond combat
  34. Family sends cheer to Marines
  35. United States Marines Visit Cambodia
  36. Injured Marine charity awarded national honor
  37. Medal of Honor recipient praises all on battlefield
  38. 12-year-old provides inspiration to his Marine brother
  39. Wife convicted of poisoning Marine seeks new trial
  40. Virtual training companies offer products to military
  41. The Hi-Desert Star’s View: It’s not just family who need holiday cards
  42. Steelers/Marine Corps Toys for Tots Drive
  43. Marines to cut armored vehicle orders
  44. Exercise integrates 18th Wing, Iwakuni Marines
  45. Marine general: Special Forces unit should have stayed in Afghanistan after shooting
  46. U.S. military: Evidence against AP photographer to be presented to Iraqi judiciary
  47. Moving Into The Digital Age With Military Medical Records
  48. In the Fox’s Lair
  49. Parade deck etiquette is a matter of tradition
  50. Filmmaker lets veterans speak for themselves
  51. A Thanksgiving of unequal sacrifice
  52. CNN Didn’t Ask, Gay Activists Didn’t Tell
  53. Harsh Treatment for Marines Caught Using Illicit Drugs
  54. Call Center Helps Wounded Marines Through Recovery Process
  55. Verizon Business to Help Connect Marines in Iraq with Their Families at Camp Pendleto
  56. Seeking closure, Mainer to visit Vietnam village where brother died in '67
  57. At 61, doctor joins Navy to honor his son
  58. Chaplain put on path to sainthood
  59. Military vets, activists protest 'don't ask, don't tell'
  60. No unusual levels found at facilities
  61. Nonprofit sues over Wounded Warriors name
  62. Code Talkers’ numbers are dwindling
  63. A Sign Of Progress In Iraq?
  64. Pilots Missing From The Vietnam War Are Identified
  65. A Note to Readers
  66. Navy makes it 6 straight over Army
  67. Here, in Iraq: Joint races of mud, guts, glory
  68. What I see every day in Iraq: locals turning against the insurgents BY MICHAEL TO
  69. Devil Dog Paintball Park will offer Marines playtime in their own backyard
  70. Cal Rainey's love for the strings spans a lifetime
  71. Salute to ship set: Memorial to be dedicated Dec. 7
  72. Navy fans dominate pre-game tailgating
  73. Court-martial today for Marine charged in soldier murder
  74. Angered by rape case, Filipinos storm embassy
  75. 3 men claim sex with ex-chief of vet panel
  76. Odierno: Fewer foreign fighters entering Iraq
  77. Special Ops Marines Conquer The Skies
  78. Remembering those gallant Marines
  79. Corvettes rev up for toy roundup
  80. Father and son together once more
  81. Taxpayers may pay big F-35 costs
  82. Military deep into civilian duties
  83. Family feels peace at Fremont soldier's grave
  84. Missing wallet finds man recovered 29 years later
  85. Staff Sgt. Jon Martin laid to rest in solemn ceremony
  86. Rites to mark Pearl Harbor attack
  87. Christmas with Travis celebrates life of Marine
  88. A WWII story brings fearful times in Springfield to life
  89. Marines in Iraq can tune in and watch Holiday Toy Express at Pendleton
  90. World War II TV mini-series The Pacific
  91. Veteran won't be defined by his injuries
  92. Ready for anything
  93. Marines Request 'Long-Range Blow Torch' for Iraq;
  94. Marines to Pentagon: We need a freaky deaky airborne death ray, stat
  95. Smith, WWII veteran finally receives medals
  96. Home for the holidays
  97. 30 Marines return to Okinawa from Iraq deployment
  98. Three ceremonies planned for Pearl Harbor observances
  99. MHS students go to ‘boot camp’ to better understand Holocaust
  100. Security gains provoke dilemma
  101. U.S.-Iraqi tribal cooperation pays off
  102. Boy donates birthday presents to Toys for Tots
  103. Cooperation helps pacify Hit
  104. Uniform experience
  105. Traveling Christmas tree will spend this year at home
  106. Chimes of freedom may ring for soldiers
  107. World War II vet painted his memories, before the memories fade
  108. TV Producer says military responsible for training injury
  109. Arcola man realized dream by joining Marines
  110. The Tipping of West Rasheed, Part One
  111. Coalition forces positively identify terrorist killed in recent raid
  112. The Myth Of The Anti-Muslim Hate Crime Wave
  113. Murtha Eats Crow On Iraq
  114. What's new at the Kingston Library
  115. Gates in Unannounced Visit to Iraq
  116. Witness: Tense scene after Iraq killing
  117. Stories of reporting in Iraq make a riveting read
  118. Marine guilty in ID fraud
  119. Big hearts, heavy loads
  120. Marine gambling on new sentencing hearing for 2002 training death
  121. Keeping old military jets flying is growing business
  122. Soldier found dead in barracks 3 days after being stabbed
  123. Hero returns
  124. Conway: Afghanistan plan scrapped
  125. Kerry calls for more troops to Afghanistan
  126. Marines study Pacific Rim in advance of January deployment
  127. Kindred spirits offer support
  128. MCAS Miramar: The Creation of the Mural
  129. Marines dedicate memorial to fallen troops in Iraq
  130. Survivor of USS Arizona recalls Pearl Harbor
  131. List of 'Willing' U.S. Allies Shrinks Steadily in Iraq
  132. Marine charged with murder in Fallujah killing
  133. WWII vet: Wounded Marine's story 'broke my heart'
  134. Base recognizes Hardcore Warriors
  135. After 300 Iraq missions, Fort Richardson soldier killed by moose
  136. Sexual assault reporting options at academies unclear
  137. Jail for soldier who robbed same bank twice
  138. Navy chaplain corps helps keep Marines spiritually fit
  139. Nevada surgeon fills his son’s boots in Iraq
  140. Fort Riley adviser mission reaches milestone
  141. Families talk to Marines in Iraq
  142. Troops get free Christmas trees
  143. Marines give lives, media give excuses
  144. MCAS cooks provide the fuel that keeps Marines fighting
  145. Christmas comes early for one local child
  146. Army refuses to share heroic 'narratives' with the public
  147. ECU Bowl Tickets for Troops
  148. Convicted drill instructor: Marines taught me to abuse
  149. Aid helps would-be flier's lofty dream
  150. Burial for ex-World War II ship Queens
  151. Chicago schools are asked to limit military recruiters' access to students
  152. Filmmaker brings Haditha film to Arab viewers
  153. What was, and what might have been, for the Class of '42
  154. Another generation is called to duty
  155. Marine firefighters get hands-on training
  156. Iraq: Can We Guard What We've Gained?
  157. Wife enlists in Army to take place of husband who lost leg in Iraq blast
  158. 'you Just Drive On'
  159. Small Wars Journal
  160. Iraq's 'Battlefield of the Mind'
  161. Yet More on Fiction of al-Baghdadi
  162. Christmas In Iraq
  163. Academy teaches lesson with birthday drinks
  164. Dix threat prompts new base security measure
  165. Scam artist gives Marine carwash dirty end of the deal
  166. Welcome home
  167. Stories from mall, Marine not very uniform
  168. 1/1 Weapons Marines flip COIN on insurgents
  169. Marines get a gift from First Coast
  170. Anthropologists on the Front Lines
  171. Odierno, other commanders set to leave Iraq
  172. Marine sees less danger on 2nd tour
  173. War stories: Author records soldiers thoughts
  174. Holiday mail addressed to 'Any Wounded Soldier' will be returned or thrown out, Penta
  175. GAO: Base closings to cost more, save less
  176. Battle of Okinawa
  177. Wartime Moms
  178. Car dealership provides Christmastime lift to Marine family
  179. Sharing peace
  180. Marine accused of murdering Iraqi
  181. The Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey: wonder weapon or fatally flawed?
  182. Local 'leathernecks' wear hearts on their sleeves
  183. Jury Rules In Favor Of Marine Injured During Exercise
  184. Okinawa Marine sentenced for attack on soldiers
  185. Former Marine killed while working in Iraq
  186. Human skull found on bombing range
  187. SKorean police arrest suspect of deadly attack on marines
  188. Peoria-area organization among 12 winners
  189. Marines let family adopt slain son's bomb-sniffing dog
  190. Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation provides opportunity for education
  191. Closing arguments begin in Marine trial
  192. Parkite braces for his son to enter war zone
  193. Solar water for Iraq
  194. Congressman: Ban gambling on foreign bases
  195. Sailors, Marines spread holiday cheer at VA Hospital
  196. Semper, Semper Fi
  197. Inmate-made crafts donated to Toys for Tots
  198. Cecil cemetery to participate in national wreath ceremonies
  199. Home for the holidays
  200. Ritter trip to Iraq a secret
  201. 8 decades of service honored
  202. Carriers critical to nation's defense
  203. War-weary US awakens to 'soft power'
  204. Recent Combat Ops by the 1st Battalion, The Royal Gurkha Rifles
  205. Salute The Troops
  206. U.S. troops get to know Anbar
  207. Surveillance exercise tests Recon Marines
  208. Corps' Top Enlisted visits Camp Pendleton
  209. Marines face delicate task delivering food
  210. Pentagon told it can avoid furloughs
  211. II MEF takes look at 2007 accomplishments
  212. Marine to be sentenced in DUI manslaughter case
  213. Analyzing The Anbar Miracle
  214. Zuni surfaced at notable sea events
  215. A closer look at first U.S. casualty in Iraq
  216. Detail-Oriented Marine Saves Lives
  217. Baghdad-Area Surge Operations Garner More Success
  218. Captain Kidd Ship Found
  219. Manufacturing Dissent: An Odd Poll Raises Questions
  220. Marines let dog go to slain handlers' family
  221. Ooh-rah! Marines get signs
  222. 2,000 cards sent to wounded soldiers and Marines
  223. Military members visit Maclay
  224. MPs attack navy over debacle in the Gulf
  225. A Debt Of Gratitude
  226. Marine convicted of manslaughter in killing of Iraqi soldier
  227. Led by the military, war-weary US awakens to 'soft power'
  228. Marines train for toxic threats
  229. Ospreys succeeding in Iraq, Marine Corps says
  230. Family visits soldier via video
  231. Man of the Year
  232. U.S. paid $32M for an Iraqi base never built
  233. The New Iraq
  234. Swarthmore's Soldiers
  235. IG looks into handling of spec ops shootings
  236. Honoring valor:
  237. Purple Heart unites trio of ex-Marines
  238. American people help spruce up Marines’ Christmas
  239. Rebuilding Ar Ramadi, Iraq: One man's perspective
  240. Murdered by Mumia
  241. Bear messages aid coping with soldier parents
  242. U.S., Japanese World War II vets play softball
  243. Marine instructor guilty of not outing abuse
  244. Military offered in-state Michigan Tech cost
  245. Patriot Guard Riders go to veteran funerals
  246. Green belt not enough for MCMAP instructor
  247. Elves in uniform: Marines make sure needy kids get Christmas toys
  248. Recruits get sneak preview
  249. MARSOC commander breaks bread with retirees
  250. Training follows war into cities