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  1. Lebanon evacuation a unique opportunity for Marines
  2. ‘Rape case accuser unreliable’
  3. Stronger than car bombs
  4. Pace tours Afghan bases, extends helping hand
  5. Marines get mortar refresher course
  6. Shortage of troops in Iraq a `grim warning'
  7. Air Ground Combat Center Band comes to Bowl Tuesday
  8. With another war on, don't forget our own
  9. Dramatic Evacuation Video Taken by Local Observer
  10. Portsmouth sailor fights bird flu
  11. Blackwell's football story just for laughs
  12. U.S. may send 5,000 more troops to Baghdad
  13. Marine accused in Iraq death has parents' support
  14. Mission: Win hearts in Iraq
  15. Playing battles of life through chess
  16. Syracuse, N.Y., native rehabilitates through water aerobics
  17. Respect Marines -- they made history here
  18. U.S. Marines land in Morris
  19. Job fair means new life for Iraq veteran
  20. 3 Marines killed in action in western Iraq
  21. Simulation lets Marines train to take the fight downtown
  22. Governor says Army battalion may join Marines on Guam
  23. Marines expanding re-enlistment bonus program
  24. 60 years later, Marines come to comrade
  25. Former-Marine honored for heroism in Iraq
  26. Phoenix Marine has the write stuff
  27. A life-and-death move
  28. Young Tier veterans find job options 'disheartening'
  29. Sen. McCain's son enlists with Marines
  30. Marines’ Dad Sues Infamous Anti-Gay Church Over Funeral Protests…
  31. Small group of Marines say good bye to families
  32. Return to Lebanon recalls dark chapter
  33. Tours extended for 4,000 GIs, raising doubt on pullout
  34. Why the Middle East Crisis Isn't Really About Terrorism
  35. Ermer receives Bronze Star for effort in Iraq
  36. Autopsy concluded
  37. Land Of Strife
  38. Navy Cross is former-Marine's to bear
  39. Columnist finds less and more in war zone
  40. Mission impressed 24th MEU
  41. Iraq violence kills 4 Marines 23 Iraqis lined up, executed near buses
  42. Marines prop up ailing local gov't in Iraq
  43. Keeping score in the World Cup of War recalls numbing past losses
  44. Local Marine recognized for exceptional leadership
  45. U.S. Marines in Iraq carry culture cards
  46. Marines to deploy to Iraq, some for second or third time
  47. The Iraq War: Another view
  48. Controlled chaos
  49. Showing the way home
  50. Targeted SRBs
  51. Marines can choose extra helmet padding
  52. Top Marines relieved of command
  53. Official: Charges prepared on 4 Marines
  54. Memorial Pays Tribute To Marines Killed 1 Year Ago
  55. Marines, sailors downrange now eligible for noncombat awards from other branches
  56. Okinawa's single Marines work hard at beach cleanup
  57. Montana senator's nephew dies in Iraq
  58. Marine Corps general says future units lighter, smaller
  59. Soldier says comrades threatened him
  60. Media restrictions imposed in Iraq case
  61. Ganeden Biotech provides relief to Marines
  62. Army makes way for older soldiers
  63. Marines still struggle to get control of Sunni city
  64. Before and after tests show Iraq vets suffer mild memory and attention lapses
  65. Mom's a recruit
  66. Haditha report could implicate Marines
  67. 'Bastards' keep insurgents out, Iraqi safe
  68. Amos hands over the reins of II MEF to Stalder today
  69. Operation Bedding: For her son and all his Marine pals
  70. Attacks rise in troubled western Iraq, top Marine commander says
  71. Grief and Sacrifice Reach Into the Halls of Congress
  72. Rumsfeld: Iraqis must stop sectarian violence
  73. Shock-reducing helmet pads OK'd for Marines
  74. 31st MEU heads to Guam for training exercise
  75. Former Marines rehab Huey helicopter
  76. CBIRF celebrates Lt. Col. Robert Bruggeman's career
  77. Six Marines charged in Iraq assault case
  78. General briefed Murtha after murder comment, Corps says
  79. Bloodshed mounting across Iraq
  80. Triumphant journey recalled
  81. Military using air power to keep troops off Iraq's roads
  82. Marines bring patriotic tunes to Bowl
  83. Probing a Bloodbath
  84. Marines Fight in Temperatures Exceeding 110 Degrees
  85. Prosecutor says U.S. soldiers accused of murder are 'war criminals,' urges trial
  86. Vietnam Veterans Memorial visitor center wins approval
  87. Vietnam: The War Crimes Files
  88. Insurer scammed troops, SEC says
  89. Military court to hear Iraq rape case
  90. Surf's up for Camp Pendleton Marines
  91. Marines bag for upcoming birthday celebration
  92. Pendleton to do 'the right thing' for wounded
  93. Chance to get away from it all
  94. U.S. troops sweat through Iraqi summer
  95. Accused troops deserve benefit of doubt
  96. Ready to make a difference: Lansing's Charlie Company primed to serve in Iraq
  97. Iraqi medic describes scene of rape and slaying of family
  98. Jacksonville ranks as America’s most youthful city
  99. Jupiter man prohibited from flying American flag gets hope from new law
  100. Marines Tortured Us, Suspected Pirates Tell Court
  101. Two Marines On Military Leave Hurt In Crash
  102. Marines praised during evacuation
  103. Steve Diemler - From Marine to marshal
  104. Pace to troops: Tell me what you need
  105. Not just another big name
  106. Taking away their first ‘Oh my God’
  107. Officer sues over ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’
  108. ‘Punched in the stomach’
  109. Soldiers allegedly drank whiskey before rape-slaying of Iraqi teen, investigator test
  110. Hunt for missing troops after US helicopter comes down in Iraq
  111. Healing on horseback
  112. Reporter shares tales of front line
  113. Two Local Marines Among Seven Honored For Battlefield Ingenuity
  114. Marines ending Busch team sponsorship
  115. Reservist to face charges after allegedly shooting at police
  116. New recruiter changes careers
  117. West Point thesis challenges military's gay policy, wins award
  118. Marines Under Fire for Firing at a Crowd
  119. Jury selection continues in former Marines attempted murder trial
  120. Marines praised during evacuation
  121. Final act of heroism earns SEAL a posthumous Silver Star
  122. Soldier Missing in Action From the Korean War is Identified
  123. Navy buys body armor from troubled company
  124. Former POW signs deal to write book about Iraq ordeal
  125. Corps exceeds recruit shipping goals in July
  126. Soldier who exposed abuse at Abu Ghraib says he feared other GIs would kill him in re
  127. Psychologists adopt anti-torture policy, but can still help in military interrogation
  128. Bradford: Sarro thanked for supporting U.S. Marines
  129. Marines riding in beefed-up Humvees
  130. Death-row inmate returns to Pendleton for new sentencing
  131. Service members’ bodies recovered
  132. Trial date set for former oceanography instructor
  133. Camp Fuji pushing the pace in its martial-arts program
  134. I'll Be Seeing Them...
  135. Veterans Ride Across America for Kids of Fallen Heroes
  136. Help a Wounded Marine Call Home
  137. Protecting the Protectors
  138. Marines open West Coast shelter for wounded
  139. Thanks from a grateful state
  140. Pace won't rule out troop reductions
  141. Motorcyclists hit the road in support of local Marines and their families
  142. Marines, GIs take up residence in insurgent haven
  143. Kinser Marine tossed for sharing painkiller with friend
  144. Marine who tells of fatalities says, 'I'd as soon go to Iraq'
  145. Maintaining yellow ribbons on oaks is woman's mission
  146. A new life for young Marine badly hurt in Iraq
  147. History envelops Tazewell County Air Show
  148. Combat Art: A Unique Mission
  149. Packed house of veterans remembered in Cumberland Twp.
  150. Marines At Home: Guard Of Honor
  151. CAG training gives a dramatic dose of new war realities
  152. General hears Marines' concerns in Iraq
  153. Female general looks back on her climb
  154. N.C. prepares to spend $1 million on military quality of life
  155. U.S. Military Continues to Meet Recruiting Goals
  156. Okinawa-based 3rd MRB to receive award
  157. Pace: Bigger U.S. force may stabilize Iraq
  158. Fallujah police officers avoid work after threats
  159. Back from Iraq's real and harrowing trenches, a pair of rookie warriors walk on at Te
  160. Inside the Iraqi Forces Fiasco
  161. Submarine veterans to complete memorial
  162. Veteran recalls life at war 60 years ago
  163. Thanks from a grateful state
  164. U.S. reporter details abduction that led to 82 days of captivity in Iraq
  165. Letters make a difference
  166. Local business donates ride of a lifetime
  167. Recruiting violations on the upswing
  168. I MEF changes hands
  169. Let's follow Okinawa's example and flourish with Marine buildup
  170. Marine's death in Iraqi war inspires Kiran Peri
  171. Asian Herb Ma Huang May Trigger Psychosis, Mood Disorders.
  172. Former SEAL wages campaign to defeat Murtha
  173. Rosy assessments on Iraq `not related to reality,' some say
  174. Reporting for duty:
  175. Vietnam veteran traveled world
  176. Grandma wears combat boots
  177. Marines' grim task silences city
  178. Work proposal would assist veterans
  179. Why American warriors will defeat the terrorists
  180. Yuma Marine charged with kidnapping child
  181. Waiting for Reinforcements
  182. Hollywood ‘Marine’
  183. New booze rules for Navy
  184. As hearings loom, charges mount in Hamdaniya case
  185. The comfort of home
  186. Training for the worst
  187. Marine earns posthumous Silver Star
  188. Marines recruit 176 for Fallujah police force
  189. Two Marines slain in Jacksonville
  190. Crying on cue, then for real, with a plea for Marines
  191. In western Iraq, insurgency is gaining
  192. Pentagon studying its war errors
  193. Silver Star winner recalls 'amazing' White House visit
  194. Fighting fires in Iraq
  195. Sniper competition set at Benning
  196. Apolitical T-shirts support U.S. troops
  197. Marines Give Insurgents No Time For Rest
  198. German officer hopes to join Marines
  199. Marines planning race to help disabled children
  200. Tears, smiles mark Marines’ return home
  201. Marines help wounded, injured fix pay problems
  202. 2-6's Melvin remembered as a tough leader
  203. Scott says Iraq vets are shortchanged
  204. ‘Indy’ survivor recounts horrors of attack
  205. Military On Campus: A Way to Pay, But Not For All
  206. New center will treat war amputees
  207. Instant information
  208. Two marines break into Va. Beach home, terrorize residents
  209. Squadron leaders, pilots blamed in fatal CH-53E collision
  210. Former body armor company executives arrested
  211. Official: Shorter hours may curtail recruiting abuses
  212. Marines may have destroyed evidence
  213. Marines ask: To kill or not?
  214. Two say parade will help vets of Vietnam War
  215. They would be grateful for new home
  216. Troops express worries about Iraq progress
  217. Two New York Marines killed in Iraq
  218. Trying to build an army in a combat zone
  219. Push to Excel
  220. Hundreds say goodbye to fallen Marines at Camp Pendleton ceremony
  221. Marines, city toast their union of 54 years
  222. Marine officers says he did not consider Haditha deaths unusual
  223. Vets want clinic
  224. Marines happy to be home
  225. A local hero makes his final journey
  226. Frustration in Washington, digging in heels in Baghdad as America confronts reality i
  227. Marines reflect on Haditha allegations
  228. The Marines come through again
  229. Looking for the Will Beyond the Battlefield
  230. Military Wounded Get Back Into Action in Sports Summit at San Diego Hospital
  231. Lasting Pain, Minimal Punishment
  232. Out-of-uniform troops called to serve in Iraq
  233. Marine struck, killed
  234. Utah weapons depot begins destroying mustard gas
  235. Manitowoc native retires after two decades in Marines
  236. Marines want a piece of your mind
  237. Dying soldier feels 'lucky' to say goodbye
  238. Officers club project moves forward
  239. Calvin Gardner, beginning a second life as a Navy chaplain
  240. New jet, cleared to land at Miramar, flying in turbulence
  241. Marines awarded Silver Stars for actions in Iraq
  242. Family, friends give troops extra protection
  243. Moral compasses needed in Iraq
  244. Evacuation efforts complete, 24th MEU ends Lebanon mission
  245. Killing Won’t Win This War
  246. Philly Marine kick-starts soccer in Iraq
  247. Key hearing coming for Mukilteo Marine
  248. Iraqi army units undermanned
  249. 2 Marines, 1 sailor killed in Iraq's Anbar province
  250. Charleston Southern's DL: Iraq to Big South