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  1. Call Sign Jig Dog
  2. Marine found dead on base
  3. Thousands flock to Berlin Airlift’s anniversary
  4. The new GI Bill: A study guide
  5. Dad inspires son to serve his country
  6. Softball game raises money for Toys for Tots
  7. A Visit To Barrett Firearms, Part 1
  8. A Hero’s Choice
  9. Test nearly lethal, veteran says
  10. Six more combat units to head to Iraq: Pentagon
  11. Healing through art, artist's paintings help families cope with loss of marines
  12. Firing-range nuisance being scrutinized by Germany-based noise consultants
  13. Marines moving headquarters out of Fallujah
  14. Army to start 10-week boot camp in fall
  15. AFN says all broadcasts to go high-definition by 2014
  16. Soldiers hope battle with cold medicines serves as warning to others
  17. Suspect charged in USS Cole bombing
  18. Marine sniper in court on Anbar shootings
  19. Marines get help from Boca friends after fire hits camp in Iraq
  20. Chattanooga: Local Marines see progress in Anbar province
  21. Blind Special Forces soldier: determined to serve
  22. IRS is trying to get rebates to retirees, disabled vets
  23. 10-year-sentence brings 30-year-old cold case to close
  24. Police treat pregnant NC soldier death as homicide
  25. Judges site nonsense poem in Guantanamo case
  26. After Deaths, U.S. Inspects Electric Work Done in Iraq
  27. Paralyzed former-Marine taking his shot at Paralympics gold
  28. For a select few, fighting is a celebration of life
  29. Marines moving headquarters out of Fallujah
  30. Marines: Sniper thought he shot insurgents
  31. DoD to unveil new waiver process for recruits
  32. Marine fires back at McCain critique by general
  33. Special Operations Marine killed in Afghanistan
  34. Troops, analysts say Taliban rebels are getting stronger
  35. Marine Lt. Gen. Castellaw retires
  36. Senior communications colonel calls it a career
  37. 1st MSOB says farewell to first battalion commander
  38. Marines: Death of Marine in Washington state Marine wasn't hazing
  39. Marines to give 6 veterans "Hard-Core" award
  40. U.S. Navy commander: Iran not allowed to seal off strait
  41. Navy's SEAL recruiting finds success in heartland
  42. A Real Treat For Injured Marines
  43. Suburban mom runs interference for ailing sailors
  44. Memories of battle from the frontline
  45. II MEF Headquarters Group gets new chief
  46. Warriors of the past honored
  47. Sniper: Syrians were shot to defend Marines
  48. New unit at Portsmouth medical center will house sailors, Marines
  49. In this war, troops get a rousing welcome home
  50. Obama: Students should serve
  51. O's Spirit Of 9/11
  52. She's making a pitch for returning veterans
  53. Falling in line to salute a fallen Marine
  54. Accused of manslaughter, Marine says he's eager to return to Iraq
  55. McCain wants much larger US military
  56. War & Remembrance: USO's restoration stirs up World War II-era memories
  57. A generous gesture for those who served bravely
  58. New Valley Father Will Watch Birth from Iraq
  59. Gaithersburg Marine receives Purple Heart
  60. Help Our Troops
  61. From Centreville High to Iraq
  62. Commanding Presence
  63. Motorcyclists with a mission Leathernecks share Marine history and good work
  64. The student becomes the teacher
  65. Reins of MCAS Yuma passed to new commander
  66. A Marine to the core
  67. Guantanamo Bay — outside the wire
  68. Troops in Iraq get deep dish pizza from Chicago
  69. Heroes: ‘I couldn’t let anyone die out there’
  70. Federal judge orders 2 Marines released from jail
  71. NFL coach visits troops in Afghanistan
  72. Stay safe for Fourth of July
  73. Military training – key to degree
  74. Ex-Marines help interpreter find San Jose home
  75. How military honors the fallen
  76. Marine moms, dads, often drop out of boot camp
  77. An Independece Day Honor - Marines awarded for heroism
  78. IRAQ: Wounded Marine's death a 'probable' suicide
  79. Donora brothers on duty in Iraq - again.
  80. Local Marine awarded Bronze Star for service in Iraq
  81. Deployed in Iraq, he appreciates life in U.S.
  82. Thomaston family carries on long military tridation
  83. When did Bush know?
  84. Bush awards Purple Heart to Montanan
  85. US marks Independence Day with fireworks, revelry
  86. US soldiers in Iraq mark Fourth of July
  87. Borne on the 4th of July: Wounded Iraq Vet Who Helped Others a Likely Suicide
  88. The Knock on the Door
  89. Base draws hundreds for concert, fireworks
  90. Immigrants who gave their all for America
  91. U.S. Journalist Photographs Grisly Aftermath of Attack in Iraq, Gets Booted by Milita
  92. Marine Reflects On Fourth Of July In Iraq
  93. Latest Navy uniform items getting exposure
  94. Marines training at YPG
  95. Television: HBO Shoots to 'Kill'
  96. Re-enlisting on the Fourth
  97. Proud to be an American: Retired Lt. Col. Gipe talks about time in Iraq
  98. A Celebration of America
  99. Former Fletcher High wrestler found niche in Marine Corps
  100. Nations gather in Hawaii for nautical training exercises
  101. Richfield unveils statue of WWII hero Lindberg
  102. On 4th, troops stay true to fight
  103. Laramie celebrates freedom
  104. Honoring Independence at PBS
  105. A Fitting Tribute to a Slain Navy SEAL Gains Attention
  106. Man receives Purple Heart, 63 years later
  107. Woman gathers pajamas for injured troops
  108. Md. man paints faces of fallen on his car
  109. Iraqi-dog-saves-Marine tale continues
  110. Massive research effort at UT aims to better treat stress disorder
  111. Extra grateful for the simplest things
  112. After ‘The Wire,’ Moving On to Battles Beyond the Streets
  113. A Final Salute
  114. Stuttgart parents troubled by vaccine shortage, newborns getting medicine from recall
  115. Airmen struggling with fitness take part in ‘PT Boot Camp’ at Osan
  116. A look at the services' fitness requirements
  117. IRAQ: A mother's poem about a Marine sniper
  118. Some Wilmington bars wary of military patrons
  119. A war that won't let go
  120. Shooting leaves friends of gunman in double murder, suicide 'stunned'
  121. Santa Paula family sends five to fight in World War II
  122. Immigration issues too huge to not talk about
  123. Four brothers, all soldiers, reunite for holiday
  124. "Moment of Thanks"
  125. Letter to a Former AP Colleague -- Now a Marine Captain in Iraq
  126. Rural areas remain fertile for recruiting
  127. Vet group plans ad campaign touting Iraq war
  128. Marines release name of corporal killed in motorcycle wreck
  129. U.S. Weighs Guantanamo Transformation
  130. Seeing the '43 Series as a Marine in N.Y.
  131. Updated GI Bill widens horizons for local veterans
  132. Last Vietnam vet in Coast Guard returns to civilian life
  133. In this war, troops get rousing welcome home
  134. City Council helps train troops
  135. Professor criticizes Court of Inquiry
  136. While the military embraces blogging, servicemembers walk line between free speech an
  137. Ex-Marine in Vegas sentenced for looting accounts
  138. Marine, bride wed before 4th deployment
  139. Veteran receives medals decades later
  140. Veteran recounts battle for Iwo Jima
  141. Study: Gays don’t undermine unit cohesion
  142. Program aims to help sex assault victims
  143. Former Marine receives probation
  144. Virginia team hopes to solve WWII mystery
  145. After the Battle, Fighting the Bottle at Home
  146. Vets have new burial option
  147. India Battery welcomes Kuwait to the 'gun show'
  148. Buried Alive
  149. A war that won't let go: Decorated veteran recovers from more than physical wounds
  150. After a tour in the Pacific, many servicemembers find it difficult to get back into t
  151. Hawijah drivers will no longer have to move aside for U.S. convoys
  152. Marines museum gives a sense of service
  153. What next?: Don't dismiss Pentagon's shift as a trivial rhetorical flip-flop.
  154. Marines train at Fort Lee, too: Two branches training together since 1983
  155. Lone Soldier: One Winchester graduate prepares for military life
  156. Tiny Iraq navy to flex muscle as oil guardian
  157. Everyday hero: Vietnam veteran quietly serves at Lincoln Home
  158. Why They Re-Enlist
  159. Talent competition brings all services together to celebrate the 4th
  160. Amid dust, Marines help create helipad at Rawah
  161. Civilian guards at base gates don't cut it
  162. Are U.S. Troops Missing Protective Equipment In Iraq?
  163. A heart for America's heroes
  164. Moustache is sign of wisdom and maturity
  165. Government Takes First Step to Overturn Judge's Dismissal of Charges Against LtCol Ch
  166. WWII landing craft may hit road again
  167. MCAS Beaufort greets a new leader
  168. Commander reports on Marines' missions
  169. Marines to get Texas steak dinners in Iraq
  170. Everett woman's boxes for U.S. troops are packed with care
  171. Marine heads to court in death of unarmed detainee
  172. Marine ends prisoner's escape
  173. Putting Her Foot Down and Getting the Boot
  174. Refuelers in Rawah forge strong bond
  175. FDA warns class of antibiotics could cause tendon rupture
  176. Marines reflect on Myanmar relief effort
  177. Heroes: ‘I could hear people screaming’
  178. Crimson Conversations
  179. Worthy of their sacrifice?
  180. A heart for America's heroes
  181. Area Seabees make best of war
  182. Tape played of Marine accused of Iraqi murder
  183. Reverent returns for our fallen soldiers
  184. Two more Years in Fallujah Prison/Camp
  185. Area veterans given Honor Flight
  186. Educators Get A Feel For Marine Life
  187. Saipan, a treasure-trove of WWII weapons
  188. The Banality of Evil
  189. Their nuclear missiles long gone, North Dakota silo and command center will come back
  190. Japanese water parks banning people with tattoos from entering premises
  191. Stop-loss troops could get $1,500 extra each month
  192. Law to protect vets slows claims process
  193. Author teaches Marines about Afghanistan
  194. In the Line of Fire
  195. Condemn And Remove Congressman Murtha
  196. DC visit brings tears to eyes of veteran Marine
  197. Bodies of 2 U.S. Soldiers Missing for Over a Year are Found in Iraq
  198. Missing soldier’s husband queried
  199. Arlington National Cemetery media policy to be reviewed
  200. Soldier recounts attack following Iraq meeting
  201. Japan won’t press charges in Iwakuni Marine’s marijuana case
  202. Relearning peace after war
  203. Marine Sunset Parade
  204. Congress investigates electrocutions in Iraq
  205. Semper Fido
  206. Afternoon free swim helps service members stay fit
  207. Stranded No More
  208. Jones stands ground on Lejeune memorial in hall outside office
  209. Commander reflects on MEF tenure
  210. Harley Riders Give Blood
  211. Troops who had troubled pasts are now tied to crimes in Iraq
  212. A'dale Plans Special Place for Vets
  213. Medal of Honor veterans get special thank-you
  214. U.S. considers quickening the pace of pullout from Iraq
  215. Vietnam-era veterans mark 40 years
  216. Hot temper ended Sacramento man's dream of being a Marine
  217. Marine museum puts visitors in the battle
  218. Assault support in Iraq
  219. Suspect Soldiers: Is there a link between postwar stress and crime?
  220. 'It can be helped'
  221. Navy nurse pioneer leads renewal of Corps vows
  222. Area convention brings out nostalgia from G.I. Joe collectors
  223. Enid surgeon spent summer of ’68 treating wounded soldiers
  224. MILLSTADT: Peter's tale of adventures
  225. Rock, country music dominate downrange tours
  226. Wound treatment device tested on flights
  227. Pacific Spotlight: Marine 1st Sgt. Charles Hutto
  228. Team Black Rhino - All Marines Are Infantrymen
  229. Common bonds
  230. Update: Husband of Army nurse charged with murder
  231. Marine home on leave dies in crash
  232. Trial set for Marine Corps sergeant accused of killing two Iraqi insurgents
  233. 12 Paratroopers you Should Know
  234. Jazeerah Desert
  235. CBS files appeal over Hadithah interview
  236. Half of Marines in expansion have already arrived at eastern N.C. bases
  237. Lesser charges recommended against Marine
  238. Autopsy is set for N.J. Marine who loved life
  239. 'It can be helped'
  240. CBRN Marine provides double threat
  241. Many U.S. troops linked to crimes in Iraq war were recruited despite troubled pasts
  242. Post allowance back pay plan yet to be OK’d
  243. Marines make something out of nothing
  244. Military dog, handler use helicopter to train for missions
  245. Firebomb thrown into American Consulate compound on Okinawa
  246. Marines returning home
  247. Local marine writes of his time at war
  248. That's Gunnery Sergeant, soldier!
  249. Pasco Father Speaks Out About His Son and Daughter Killed While They Were Marines
  250. Roscoe football star changes heart, opts for Marines Corps over college football