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  1. Be proud of past, present veteran heroes
  2. Marines help Marathon run smoothly
  3. Iraqi Linguist Perseveres Against All Odds
  4. Iraqi leaders confident of no hasty withdrawal
  5. Nebraska panel on Indian affairs honors vets
  6. Young Marines carry the colors
  7. Military Families Get New Home Away From Home
  8. Marine Captains Gots The Blues
  9. Work starts on new Pearl Harbor visitor's center
  10. Marine To Be Awarded Navy Cross Posthumously
  11. Leave No One Behind
  12. November is Warrior Care Month
  13. Items to be collected for Marines
  14. For Gene Spanos -- being a Marine is lifelong commitment
  15. Singing the praises of our veterans
  16. Dillsburg man wins award for helping raise troops' morale
  17. Jail visit for Laurean concerns DA
  18. DOD policy kept troops’ voices mum on election results
  19. Election takes a back seat to duty in Iraq
  20. The Battle for Afghanistan
  21. Transition Team Keeps Watchful Eye Over Iraqi Population
  22. Tribute to the Fallen
  23. Camp Pendleton libraries introduce new bookmobile
  24. Flagpole dedicated in memory of fallen Marine
  25. New idea submitted to support forward Marines
  26. Mccs Offers A Chance To Attend Super Bowl Xliii
  27. Celebration to recognize birthday of the Marine Corps
  28. New idea submitted to support forward Marines
  29. ECU students design prototype wounded warrior barracks
  30. Camp Lejeune Marine charged in death of stepson
  31. Job expo beckons military veterans
  32. 'Rock Out' for soldiers
  33. Commuter rail service proposed for Cherry Point, Camp Lejeune
  34. OI and its volunteers raise soldiers' morale
  35. Marines begin 233rd birthday celebrations
  36. Corporals' course goes combat for curriculum
  37. Recon, EOD Marines conduct 'explosive' training
  38. Open-air trash burning in Iraq a hot issue
  39. Video - Vietnam war ace pilot Brig. Gen. R. Steve Ritchie
  40. Lost brother, last crewman returns after 64 years
  41. Local non-profit dedicates monument in honor of Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Merrit ‘Red Mi
  42. 'Spanky' goes to Washington
  43. Pass This On---a Free Cd For All Purple Heart Recipients
  44. Portage cadets step up the pace
  45. Liberty Campaign Order clarifies definition of proper liberty attire
  46. Old Marine busy during Veterans Day time
  47. Bloodlines: Station celebrates lineage with annual pageant
  48. Stringent Training Regimen Maintains SEALs’ Fighting Edge
  49. Ammunition plant goes green
  50. Tomb of Unknowns: Repair or replace?
  51. General’s death in July ruled a suicide
  52. Gold Star license plate now available in S.C.
  53. Villages Marine Corps League rallies to repair home of disabled veteran
  54. From U.S. Marine to U.S. citizen
  55. MAG-31 celebrates 65 years
  56. Cmdrs Post 081107
  57. Giving back to service members, one quilt at a time
  58. Adopt-a-Marine program opens homes, arms to service members
  59. Marines hit links for Marines
  60. Chattanooga-based Marines return after Iraq deployment
  61. Guadalcanal vets hold unique honor
  62. Real-life Angels Receive Assist from Angels on Earth Magazine
  63. General bucks culture of silence on mental health
  64. Hallsville resident hopes to build sanctuary for his fellow veterans
  65. Photo exhbit at Truman Library honors veterans
  66. Honored vet: Boemerman holds USMC records
  67. Hawaii Marines celebrate 223rd birthday
  68. Pupils exchange letters to Marines for helicopter visit
  69. Stadium renovation won’t erase painful past
  70. Report: General to look at Houston recruiter suicides
  71. Recon Marines back on Okinawa
  72. Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Challenges America to Help Military
  73. Troubled ex-Marine gets probation
  74. Human remains are those of homeless man
  75. 'I'm still a part of the Marine Corps'
  76. US Marines' move to Guam may need more money, time
  77. Patriot Guard welcoming Marines home
  78. Marines for life
  79. Six Marines with six stories of life at war and coming home
  80. Battalion Marines Learn of Iwo Jima Battle at PME
  81. 'Tigers' get up-close look at USS Peleliu
  82. Spread the word: Group wants to give magazine subscriptions to Marines
  83. Intrepid has rainy grand reopening
  84. Young veteran returns from two tours of Iraq
  85. New Fighter Jet: Controversial Future of the U.S. Fleet
  86. U.S. Marine Corps Reserves Join Forces with St. Aloysius Third Graders and Build-A-Be
  87. Lasting tribute
  88. A world at war: WWII Pilot Bill Rogalski survived attack on USS Franklin
  89. Raising money for Marines' families, one hill at a time
  90. Veteran makes triumphant return to the Intrepid
  91. Observing Armistice Day
  92. Ex-POW tells how war changed him
  93. Camaraderie on display at Veterans Parade
  94. Marine ingenuity saves lives
  95. Iconic destination commemorates 231 years of service
  96. Dallas Veterans Day Parade to honor Waxahachie family with two sons who served in Ira
  97. Local veterans are 'semper fi' to the Marine Corps
  98. Veterans honored in Farmington
  99. Politics stay out of 2008's Planetfest
  100. Vietnam vet fondly recalls good will of others
  101. Guadalcanal vets hold unique honor
  102. Red Reef Landing
  103. Report details attack on GIs in Afghanistan
  104. Bastogne ready to hold annual Bulge festivities
  105. Base addresses misconduct with new program
  106. Report: Navy grounds 10 F/A-18 combat jets
  107. Marines credited with rescues in Calif. motel fire
  108. Veteran accused of murder may have PTSD
  109. Nurse in Times Square pic reunites with Navy
  110. Chewing gum expert creates gum for the troops
  111. Junior Marine pursues excellence
  112. Snipers train to hit the mark
  113. 'I'm still a part of the Marine Corps'
  114. Returning US Marines welcomed home in Alameda
  115. Shore Marines fete Corps' 233rd
  116. Semper Fi, Marines” and happy 233rd birthday
  117. Mike Battery Marines Homecoming!
  118. Marine Memorial Painting Display Coming To Cincinnati
  119. G.I.’s in Remote Post Have Weary Job, Drawing Fire
  120. Wounded military personnel stop at UCLA on the road to recovery
  121. Two former Marines were “Good to Go.”
  122. Happy homecoming for Marine reservists
  123. Marine Lance Cpl. Tony Stevens talks about how war inspired his faith
  124. Remembering them all
  125. Military service builds character
  126. Columbia resident's service with Marines cut short by accident
  127. A Marine's tale of three tours
  128. Bayou Blue Marine immortalized with historic statue
  129. At dawn in Phila., homage to the first Marine
  130. 'Filthy Thirteen' veterans recount their antics during WWII
  131. Europe marks anniversary of WWI armistice
  132. Former Marine wrestles with invisible wounds
  133. Convoy bound for Afghanistan troops hijacked
  134. Ohio unveils combat license plates
  135. Online social network offers support for vets
  136. Lost letter sheds light on WWII experience
  137. Medical tech challenges families of wounded
  138. AF retiree sends hundreds of pizzas to vets
  139. For Marines,
  140. It's a banner day for 3 Marines, 38 others
  141. Veterans mark 233rd birthday of Marine Corps
  142. Some home, others still in Iraq on veterans day
  143. Marines observe birthday
  144. money for injured Marines
  145. Family's 3 sons join the Marines
  146. DeCA salutes Marine Corps' 233rd birthday; commissaries supported Marines for 98 year
  147. Mother and son share their experiences as Marines with students
  148. Ceremony honors Marine Corps founder
  149. From the Halls of Montezuma to the Shores of Tripoli ... and Fifth Avenue:
  150. U.S. Merchant Marines: Forgotten heroes of battle
  151. World War II veteran recalls marching across Europe, greeting Gen. Patton
  152. Veterans speak to teens
  153. VETERANS DAY 2008: Remembering Iwo Jima
  154. Warrior and protector
  155. Lt. Gen. Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller
  156. "In 33 minutes or less, life as we know it in America could end"
  157. I Was Lucky
  158. Thieves threaten Marines' toy drive
  159. U.S. won’t replace Marines leaving Anbar
  160. Autumn in Arlington
  161. Baseball greats recall World War II service
  162. Police: No sign of Marine missing in Okinawa seas
  163. Marines train on MRAP at new Camp Hansen facility
  164. Digging for remains, burying the past
  165. Mankato Marine to be awarded Silver Star
  166. Marine monument honors freedom
  167. Veterans Day spotlight: One of Uinta County’s active duty marines recently promoted,
  168. Sutton: What it takes to be a Corporal of Marines
  169. Iraq veteran seeks peace, for himself and others
  170. Veterans Day memory: Marine hero’s passing
  171. Remember the heroes of Guadalcanal
  172. ‘Once a Marine’ chronicles Popaditch’s trials, tribulations
  173. Vets proud as ever
  174. Marine accused of fighting deputies
  175. Servicemembers get "Welcome Home" $1K checks
  176. Easton Marine eager to rejoin unit
  177. Wounded Marine helps celebrate Corps' birthday
  178. Woman warriors: Just doing their part
  179. Pastor won't forget time in The Forgotten War
  180. 2/7 Mortarmen
  181. To lead.
  182. Bush marks Veterans Day at Intrepid
  183. Program sends holiday cards to troops
  184. Vet receives Bronze Star after 63 years
  185. In honor of veterans
  186. Call Center Provides Assistance to Wounded Marines
  187. New Waukegan memorials salute 2 Marines
  188. Montford Point Marines: The toughest Marines you've never met
  189. Stuart veteran remembers fellow Marines
  190. Camp Lejeune Marines Deploying
  191. The U.S. Navy's Floating Fiasco
  192. Marines mark 233rd year
  193. More protests over award
  194. 'Hamp honors Korea veterans
  195. Veterans Day: Artist honors fallen members of Lima Company
  196. Remembering soldiers past, present
  197. Wounded Soldiers Go Wild for Wii
  198. Wounded warriors' journey home
  199. Three wars and a lot of history for this Marine
  200. Vets recall days of service, tradition
  201. Once a Marine Raider, always a Marine Raider
  202. ’’Tis the mud season
  203. U.S. military unveils YouTube substitute ‘TroopTube’
  204. Veterans Day important at Liberty Intermediate
  205. CLB-3 celebrates first birthday ball from afar
  206. 15th MEU ACE REMAINS READY, NEARING HOME
  207. Junior Marine pursues excellence
  208. Reserve Marines Go for the Gray
  209. Tigers On The Prowl Aboard Peleliu, Experience Life Underway
  210. Obama’s Iraq plan about to meet reality
  211. Military to follow up with wounded vets
  212. WWII vet’s lost medals replaced
  213. UCLA program helps mend injured soldiers’ lives
  214. Lessons Learned And Forgotten
  215. Defenders For Iraq
  216. What It Takes To Be A Marine Training For War
  217. Wounded warriors to get trips, but fund-raising not needed this year
  218. Supremes Save Sonar
  219. Marines give NCOs more power over motorcycle-riding subordinates in effort to curb de
  220. Marines focusing on mission right at home
  221. Wariner, Richards give Marines a visit
  222. Statue of Big Spring Medal of Honor winner unveiled at VA hospital
  223. Toys for Tots gathers steam
  224. IRAQ: 'I want to be a Marine,' says injured lance corporal
  225. The ultimate sacrifice: Veterans deserve appreciation everyday
  226. War Never Ends
  227. Veteran Friends
  228. Failed Delta Hunt for bin Laden
  229. Marine pen pal motivates Summit students
  230. Civilian base employee files federal lawsuit against Camp Lejeune CO
  231. Dunwoody to become first female four-star
  232. Body of Marine recovered after diving accident
  233. Marines soon on way to Afghanistan
  234. Honoring fallen Marine for 'incomparable valor'
  235. Marines forever, say veterans at anniversary party
  236. 'Never had to struggle alone'
  237. Veterans Day U.S. Marine inspires students at Red Bluff Elementary
  238. Marines Change of Command
  239. Young vets adjust from heroism to isolation on the homefront
  240. One letter makes a difference to a Marine
  241. MILITARY: Marine unit stands ready for Mideast emergencies
  242. MILITARY: Mark Walker's trip snippets
  243. Recruiting officials stress importance of early reenlistment
  244. Liberty order outlines Courtesy Patrol policy
  245. SOTG trains 'invisible shooters'
  246. Marine shares tales from 3 tours
  247. With three sons in the Marines, family buoys all troops
  248. For most of our veterans it’s what ‘we’ did not what ‘I’ did
  249. Final honors: 57 years later, black GI buried at Arlington
  250. Kids tune in to ‘code talker’