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  1. Lt. Gen. John Sattler called 'calm, unflappable'
  2. Military hearings to start soon
  3. In Europe, Bush Hears a Tale of 2 Prisons
  4. Fallen Marine Harper memorialized in novel
  5. At 51, Ohio dad prepares to join son on duty in Iraq
  6. A Reporter's Bias
  7. New war demands new training for troops
  8. Schumacher wins, with heart
  9. Experts: Put atrocity accusations into context
  10. New commander named for NC-based Marines
  11. Malice and the Marines at Miramar
  12. Hamdania defense attorneys get documents; Work begins in earnest at defending accused
  13. Gulfport Marine Earns Ford Medal For Hurricane Bravery
  14. ‘Poetic justice’
  15. Training is only a start
  16. Prayer center for Muslims opens at Quantico
  17. Navy, Air Force officers get bonus to go Army
  18. Uncertainty over corpsman’s confinement, future makes wife’s wait wearisome
  19. Lawmaker strikes deal on helmet test
  20. Corps advances language pay plan
  21. Hadithah Marines barred from ‘core values’ talk
  22. Army, Marines cite high cost to replace weapons
  23. Jarhead Red — by Marines, for Marines
  24. Reservists shoulder heavy burden in Iraq
  25. Defense: Money may figure in Hamdania case
  26. Marines: No Court-Martial For Controvsersial Song
  27. Prison Boss: No Innocent Men in Guantanamo
  28. Marines’ Goal: Gain Trust, Improve Community
  29. U.S. Marines and Osama Bin Laden
  30. Hagee takes responsibility for Marines’ conduct
  31. Proving war killing a crime tests courts
  32. A Band of Marines
  33. Crystal River grad recognized for valor in Iraq
  34. Prosecutor: Don’t give Marine ‘extra points’ for service
  35. Fallen comrade inspires Parris Island Marine Band
  36. In Anbar, death strikes suddenly, and often
  37. Doctor testifies in trial of 4 Marines
  38. Marine Officer Reprimanded in Drowning at San Diego Recruit Depot
  39. Military Fought to Abide by War Rules
  40. Marine's mother wants a better helmet for him
  41. Inducting new plebes
  42. Fighting the War on Terror with candy
  43. U.S. troops accused of killing Iraq family
  44. Record producer: Marine will not record ‘Hajji Girl’
  45. Beach Stroll Turns Into Rescue Mission
  46. Veterans recall difficult days
  47. Zachmann retires after 22-year career in Marines
  48. 'I love being here'
  49. 'I didn't do anything wrong'
  50. ‘Lava Dogs’ honor fallen fellow Marines
  51. Semper fou
  52. Va. Candidate Webb: GOP Can't Fix Iraq
  53. Marines take the edge off
  54. Marines put under the gun in stress tests
  55. Former Evergreen star dismissed from Marines
  56. Marine brass knew Iraqi civilians slain
  57. U.S. soldiers practicing tea, with a bit of empathy
  58. Flag signifies all freedoms ---- including desecration
  59. War crimes prosecutions bring mixed bag of punishments
  60. Museum immortalizes service of Staff Sgt. Junior Spurrier
  61. Group Helps Marines Upgrade Helmets
  62. "Desert Mail Call" sends care packages to local Marines
  63. I've no hang-ups
  64. Producer: Marine shelves Iraq song
  65. Local Marine To Return Service Medal To Bush In Protest
  66. Injured in Iraq, a Soldier Reclaims His Independence
  67. On this day, pride of country, but also memories of its cost
  68. American Gothic
  69. Beyond the call of duty
  70. Report: Troops found chemical weapons in Iraq
  71. Pentagon approves NATO Medal for Marines
  72. Recruiting ads target Arab speakers
  73. Hagee pitches lawmakers for gear-replacement funds
  74. Young veterans among Naval Academy plebes
  75. Two U-S Marines get jail terms for robbery in southern Japan
  76. Marines' down time has Arab influence on Fourth
  77. Surrounded Marines plan to clear Ramadi
  78. Newest U.S. Citizens Take Oath in Iraq
  79. 'Third' saluted on the Fourth
  80. Ceremonial pitch and medals
  81. Padilla enjoys last race before joining Marines
  82. Only one Medal of Honor given for Iraq war
  83. What US wants in its troops: cultural savvy
  84. AP Blog: Fourth of July Iraqi style
  85. Marine Corps mural was team effort
  86. Marines gain control of Iraq hospital
  87. No grim end
  88. Vet gets Purple Heart 37 years after war wound
  89. Corps orders inquiry into recruiter’s response to protest
  90. Sattler nominated for Joint Staff position
  91. Talk show host to record Marine’s song about killing Iraqis
  92. Filipino woman breaks down at rape trial of Marines
  93. Restrictions loosened on Hamdania defendants
  94. 2 American officials apologize for crime in Iraq
  95. The Subtexts of War
  96. Chiarelli completes review of probe into Haditha case
  97. Report finds Marines failed to probe Haditha: media
  98. Marines remove mortar round from attic
  99. Marines honor fallen comrades
  100. Pyongyang Highlight Reel
  101. About 1 percent discharged for personality disorders similar Army soldier accused of
  102. Thacker takes over command at New River
  103. Court upholds death sentence of ex-Lejeune Marine
  104. Ringing Ears Hear No Evil: Marine SYSCOM’s Lightweight Approach to Head Injury
  105. 2nd LAR Marines storm bunkers, Range 410A
  106. Marines stretch limits during aquatic drills
  107. Marines Getting a New Message
  108. U.S. Marines Critically Injured In Crash
  109. Marines defend Camp Gonsalves from encroaching mongoose
  110. Forgetting History Means Repeating the Mistakes of Vietnam
  111. 'Nicole' hits alleged rapist with her fists at rape trial vs US Marines
  112. Vietnam vets' experience on boats utilized in Iraq
  113. IED couldn't pierce his sense of humor
  114. A Soldier's Shame
  115. New USS Green Bay a better fit for all aboard
  116. Choppers recalled to active duty
  117. Do You Know That...?
  118. Marines recall Super Stallions from aircraft boneyard
  119. Haditha case review finished; U.S. officials ask to exhume remains
  120. Marines Want Spaceplane
  121. Gitmo probe uncovers broader plot
  122. Former Bruin makes mark in Marines
  123. Can't keep a good doctor down — even at 75
  124. Marine recalls life on Iraqi mission
  125. Marines train to hone their judgment
  126. “All the Pauls”
  127. Report: ‘Racist extremists’ joining military
  128. Marine News Briefs
  129. Lightning strikes twice
  130. Web of frustration
  131. Getting crowded
  132. Base scrambles to keep up with criminal caseload
  133. Marines fight to retake Ramadi
  134. Aviators’ personal info posted on Web site
  135. Tour of duty
  136. US troops weigh impact of stress
  137. Revision may bring clarity to battlefield
  138. Woman accused of poisoning Marine husband to stand trial
  139. Witnesses say Marines drove on protected dunes
  140. Captain to face general court-martial on child-porn charges
  141. Osprey makes precautionary landing en route to U.K.
  142. Hamdania lawyers: Military counterparts too busy to help
  143. Almost like being home
  144. Filipino woman says rape by Marine ruined her life
  145. Marines practice embassy rescue
  146. Local Marine's mother baffled by accusations her son shot Iraqi man
  147. GIs in Iraq Could Be Stripped of Immunity After Rape-Murder Allegations
  148. Sarno receives Purple Heart, parents receive peace of mind
  149. Gurganus nominated to receive first star
  150. Skelton: Many signs of trouble for military
  151. The shot heard across both sides of the border
  152. Working for the single Marines ‘ weekend
  153. Thermal sights for .50-caliber guns are on the way
  154. Lissner to assume command at Camp Fuji
  155. Valley man admits making up military past
  156. Russian Sniper Rifles in Iraq
  157. Major who caught alleged jewelry thief honored
  158. Marine of the Year: Staff sgt. saved 10 female Marines
  159. Leatherneck praised for courage after assault
  160. Mortar-ized Humvee shook up Marines in supply convoy
  161. Marine of the Year--Brenham's Joseph Wells earns prestigious honor
  162. Former bus may carry wounded vets
  163. Support group helps military moms cope
  164. Marines find life in former morgue ‘cool,’ but not quiet
  165. Soldiers shape up with peaceful yoga
  166. Preparing for Iraq, it's ready, aim ... fire?
  167. Law enforcement using Net to snare military thieves
  168. A softer approach makes inroads
  169. Young veterans? new battle: The job front
  170. U.S. Marine Corps evaluate recruits
  171. US Marine accused of rape says he hopes 'lies will stop'
  172. Diminished in body but not in spirit
  173. Future USS Green Bay christened in rainy ceremony The Associated Press
  174. Reservists, families enjoy a little R&R
  175. Amid War, Some Violence May Be Personal
  176. Soldiers Setting Their Sights On Eyeglass-Free Tours Of Duty
  177. Marine's nature belies murder charge, family says
  178. 'Liberating’ a city by levelling it
  179. Getting Right With the Law
  180. Twins to use construction skills in Marines
  181. Marines evacuate 21 Americans from Lebanon to Cyprus
  182. Air station commander no stranger to the area
  183. Reliable Medical offering a remedy
  184. Gunmen grab Iraq's Olympic panel chairman
  185. Marines cite safety in banning toy guns in Fallujah
  186. Bombs over Beirut
  187. Osprey flies into spotlight at international air show
  188. Army cadence calls change with the times
  189. Corps focuses on private-information safety
  190. Veterans counsel their own at the DAV
  191. Victim tells perp ‘to grow up'
  192. Media are persecuting jailed Marines
  193. Israel hits Lebanon, Marines help Americans leave
  194. In tangle with rebar, Marines in Iraq improvise quick solution
  195. Court-martial sought for 40 officers in alleged oust-Arroyo plot
  196. Wounded vets to kayak at ‘Extremity Games’
  197. Body armor gets a pass in Iraq cauldron
  198. Fallujah amusement park now a no-fun zone
  199. Marine aviators try to burnish V-22's image
  200. Marines' Lawyers Denied Iraq Visit
  201. More Than a Cease-Fire Needed
  202. With a stereo and songs from home, Marine in Iraq preaches 'Americantology'
  203. Senate bills would give federal civilians bigger raise than military
  204. Impostor’s lies ‘got out of control’
  205. Vet carves canes for wounded comrades
  206. Guilty plea in S.J. Marines' crash deaths
  207. These Marines really deliver
  208. Four US marines refuse to give DNA evidence
  209. Jazz for Baghdad:
  210. Soldiers in murder case claim order to 'kill all military age males'
  211. More Stolen Valor
  212. Fallen Marine's promise to aid girl hits roadblock
  213. Marine's home ready and waiting
  214. Army tenure far from over, blind soldier advances career after Iraq
  215. History Revisited in Lebanon Fighting
  216. Killing by Guardsman in Iraq Called Appropriate
  217. In Iraq, U.S. Has New Approach to Mosque Raids
  218. Lovato awarded Bronze Star before friends and family in Montrose
  219. US military clears soldier of killing Iraqi
  220. Let him rest in peace
  221. God's army has plans to run the whole Middle East
  222. Marines Recognize New Kind of Fighting
  223. Lima Company Marines honored for bravery
  224. Marines go insurgent-hunting in Fallujah
  225. Iowa Marine to receive Navy Cross
  226. There’s no need for more Marines to die in Iraq war
  227. Defenshield MDFPs Continue to Save the Lives of US Marines in Iraq
  228. 'Mojave Viper' sessions reflect situations in Iraq
  229. The weary meet the willing aboard the Nashville
  230. Lebanon evacuation nearly done, general says
  231. Marine sergeant to get Navy Cross
  232. Two decades after barracks bombing, 1/8 Marines help civilians flee Lebanon
  233. Marines battle wildfires threatening historic town
  234. Ospreys fight icing on flight to England
  235. Sex for job status
  236. Pride parade appearance leads to sailor’s discharge
  237. Blood-substitute trial put on hold
  238. East meets West as Corps amends incentive pay
  239. Marines come to rescue
  240. Marine's lawyer pushes for ticket to Iraq
  241. Toy gun fooled officers, jury says
  242. Help available for those in military, families
  243. Troops, charities reap benefits
  244. Shaken and Stirred
  245. Station sign thanks Marines in Lebanon
  246. Pendleton, Miramar Marines and sailors returning
  247. Japanese troops get a close-up look at Marines' ordnance disposal gadgets
  248. Army dismisses gay Arabic linguist
  249. Rules Debated for Trials of Detainees
  250. McChord pilot recounts flying Americans out of Lebanon