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  1. Charleston Southern's DL: Iraq to Big South
  2. Marines accused of rape, murder a product of training, war
  3. Three High School Buddies Join Marines
  4. So that's who that is: Tony Streckfuss
  5. Your utility bill will arrive in the mail — in 3-4 years
  6. Medicine-by-mail push angers some druggists, patients
  7. Marines feel shadow of civilian deaths
  8. Troops query Pace concerning Iraq war support
  9. Corps reworks policy on long hospital stays
  10. Sailors, Marines Naturalized On USS Ronald Reagan
  11. Study Urges DoD To Add Funding, Helicopters For Marines
  12. Soldiers, Marines on an African safari
  13. Hoosiers on the Front Lines
  14. US Marines load vehicles into Osprey and CH-53E during recent evaluation
  15. Marines begin process to move new jobs to Quantico
  16. First Marine spec ops teams deploy
  17. Retired veterans’ court jurist supports lawyers-for-hire
  18. Marines call-up reflects deepening strains on US military
  19. From Marines to sub-Marines
  20. Older veterans reach out to Marines over in Iraq
  21. Marines Could Use Sikorsky Copters
  22. Start of hearings in Hamdania case unclear
  23. Seven join Blue Angels
  24. Some Beaufort Marines to return as another squadron is slated for Iraq
  25. Local Business Keeps Area Marines In Touch With Home
  26. Kaneohe Marines head into harm’s way
  27. From the sands of Iraq to the gridiron at Cal
  28. Marines' night river cruises in Iraq are no joy rides
  29. Marines recalled after leaving military
  30. Marines face difficult news
  31. Quick to save lives, but not to take credit
  32. Rain can’t spoil Marine homecoming
  33. Military Order of the Purple Heart wants more tuitions waived
  34. The 'F word' Marines won't say
  35. The Same Old Viet Nam Lies Again
  36. Base Family Network Focuses on Children’s Needs During Parents’ Deployments
  37. Marines express little surprise about IRR call-ups
  38. "I Thought, Well, I Think They Got Me"
  39. Akron VFW post raises $40,960 for Alden Marine wounded in Iraq
  40. ‘In my soldiers’ minds, we are winning this thing’
  41. Deceased ex-spouses still get paid, probe reveals
  42. Ex-officer admits kickbacks in Iraq
  43. Service in Iraq: Just How Risky?
  44. Bullet Proof
  45. Off-duty program keeps single Marines active
  46. Marines establish Internet beachhead
  47. From Kingston to Iraq: Brothers in arms
  48. Fighting 4th: 'It really is a band of brothers'
  49. A Navy bond benefits man's children
  50. Back Home Again
  51. Pendleton case could hurt image of Marines
  52. 75 Marines and sailors take citizenship oath at Camp Foster
  53. Marine call-up puts life on hold
  54. Homicide Charges Rare in Iraq War
  55. Janesville Soldier Returns To Heroes Welcome
  56. Precision technology helps combat troops pinpoint enemy
  57. One Marine not looking forward to possible recall
  58. Motorcycle group attends funeral for fallen Marine
  59. Highway Named In Honor Of Local Marine
  60. Marines Running Out of Helicopters
  61. Recall of Marines is a bad sign
  62. Camera made here brought war effort home
  63. Mother of 3 reservists remains in state of alert
  64. Saddam forced to see his own cartoon
  65. Casualty notification Marines find solace, hardship in job
  66. Group toughs it out in Corn Roast Festival’s annual bed race
  67. “Where have all the Generals gone”
  68. Fallen Marine honored for bravery
  69. Students plant tree for Marine
  70. Anbar pullback: Those left behind do the best they can
  71. Company B Marines Have Trained For Latest Mission In Iraq
  72. Cabbies not ready to climb aboard
  73. Charlie Company Marine's Death Leaves His Family Reaching For Meaning
  74. Wounded, but not out
  75. Ex-Marine made a difference in Iraq, now turns to leading kids by example
  76. Perdue delivers message to bases
  77. Pentagon to monitor recruiters, spurred by abuse reports
  78. Of family and U.S. Marines
  79. Iraqi Mujahideen «Turned US Marines Into Trembling Rabbits»
  80. Dude, where’s the kegger? Not at the academies
  81. Air Force may create its own CAR
  82. Medical officers eligible for Fleet Marine Force pin
  83. Iraqi units only ready on paper?
  84. Pentagon numbers show uptick in gay dismissals
  85. Many Legionnaires lash out at protests
  86. With the right rub, fajitas make a fast dinner
  87. Military trials known for speed
  88. Iraq must enforce rule of law, Attorney General Gonzales says
  89. Dave McCarthy: Local group provides keys to van for wounded Marine
  90. In Iraq, fewer killed, more are wounded
  91. DVD offers different approach to urban combat
  92. GAO finds some deserters still getting paychecks
  93. Death penalty not sought for Marine
  94. Sister: Former Marine accused of killing woman, self was trying to start anew
  95. Writing the Book on Survival for Military Widows
  96. Injured Vet wants Phoebe to get moving
  97. Group Allegedly Plotted To Cover Up Killing Of Iraqi Man
  98. Bombs and shootings claim dozens in Iraq
  99. Recruiter charged with having sex with minor
  100. No death penalty for wife charged with Marine’s slaying
  101. US Marines request halt of attacks in Iraqi province
  102. Gen. Casey optimistic over Iraqi forces' ability to assume control within 18 months;
  103. Plymouth Marine allegedly confesses in case of civilian death; Lawyers, dad claim coe
  104. Pentagon targets payday lenders
  105. Marines in new commando units to get special pay
  106. Marines Establish 2nd Osprey Squadron Bound For Deployment
  107. Preserving the Legacy and Educating the Future: Montford Point Marine Association, In
  108. Bush Takes His Case to Veterans
  109. Search for missing hiker faces tough terrain
  110. Do we really need further convincing of the threat we face?
  111. Deadline is Oct. 3 for combat gear reimbursement
  112. Battalion of Marines prepares for third deployment
  113. Marines pause combat patrol to show goodwill to Iraqis
  114. Progress in Iraq report ‘sober’
  115. Beloved Priest Defends Marines, Angering Filipinos
  116. Navy's Hampton awaits first test
  117. Day at the ballpark Wounded in Iraq, Marines get the royal treatment from Detroit Tig
  118. Boxers to answer bell at regional tournament
  119. Injured Marine comes home
  120. Marine Comes Home To A Family's Welcome
  121. Administration Still In Deep Denial About War In Iraq
  122. Marine battalion heads to Iraq for fourth time
  123. Gridiron GIs score big for charity
  124. Fallen Marine’s thoughts preserved
  125. Cautious optimism for 'The Long War'
  126. Vietnam veterans remember one who didn't come home
  127. Troops who lost limbs in Iraq learn to surf the Pacific
  128. Spy in the sky: He helped snoop on Soviets
  129. Two soldiers, two Marines killed
  130. Suffering the unseen damage
  131. Deputy leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq captured
  132. Battle 'Sturm und Drang' revisited
  133. Court-martial urged for soldiers
  134. Okinawa Marines on the ropes – but in a good way
  135. A joyous return for Marines
  136. Ecologist battles seedy aliens at the Great Park
  137. The Blog of War
  138. Mark Warner, Kaine stand in for Webb (Seeing Marine son off to Iraq)
  139. Mistakes George Bush Didn't Make In Iraq
  140. Marine back home: Waterbury man wounded in Iraq
  141. Marines, Family Keep Search Going For Missing Man
  142. Assuming control
  143. Critical void
  144. Cannon-cockers prepare to pull Iraq prison duty
  145. FBI gives Marines a crime scene crash course
  146. ESG to deploy minus flag commander
  147. VFW post uses male strippers for fundraiser
  148. Some compare Iraq violence to civil war
  149. Over 200 Marines come home from Iraq
  150. Marines Receive Gunfire from Hospital
  151. The Shadow Warriors
  152. The Smell of Death
  153. More military police, civil affairs forces needed
  154. In the Iraqi war zone, US Army calls for 'green' power
  155. Joe Wilson: The End of an Error
  156. 2006 Pow/mia Poster
  157. Gesture to Marines sparks chain reaction
  158. 900 Marines head to Iraq
  159. Dispute over driving lands two men in jail
  160. Amputee Iraq veteran runs for office
  161. Secret World of Detainees Grows More Public
  162. 911: Five Years Later
  163. Wife surprises local Marine
  164. Marines come home to waiting families
  165. Man behind Vietnam Veterans Memorial honored
  166. Marines pitch in on cleanup at church camp on Okinawa
  167. Miramar Marines, sailors depart for another deployment
  168. Amputees aim to break world skydiving record
  169. Servicewomen bear brunt of "don't ask" firings
  170. Two Laid to Rest Had Beaten the Odds
  171. Two men charged in slaying of disabled vet
  172. Cassidy: Two worlds: before 9/11 and after
  173. Slain isle soldier's dad favors Iraq withdrawal
  174. San Antonio lawmaker schooling Iraqi governor in democracy
  175. Marine gets lost during exercise
  176. Son’s return to Iraq more than enough
  177. Coleman nominated for third star
  178. Marine’s wife held in torture case
  179. Drinking age lowered to 20 for Marines in Japan
  180. BPD reaches out to cop hurt in Iraq
  181. Fatal Afghan bomb hits near U.S. Embassy
  182. $250M allotted for armor to protect vehicles against penetrating bombs
  183. San Antonio to sail by Ground Zero on Sep. 11
  184. Warrant is from probation violation
  185. Veterans fight to save Mesa parade
  186. The reality hits home for a family
  187. 'Most People Want Us to Win'
  188. Sailors take to river for training they need to battle Iraqi insurgents
  189. Fr. Reuter gets flak over ‘seduction’ remarks
  190. Father and son from Douglas reunite in Iraqi city
  191. "Flag City" Hosts Field of Flags as Remembrance of 9-11
  192. Retired Marines felt compelled to help rescuers at ground zero
  193. Fight To The Finish
  194. Death of son turned parents into antiwar activists
  195. Warriors of liberty who answered call
  196. US marine to testify in Subic rape case Monday
  197. Parris Island recruit dies on way to hospital
  198. Touched by terror
  199. Soldiers don’t regret decision to join the Marine Corps
  200. Museum director has sights set
  201. On The Ground With Charlie Company: Arlington National Cemetery Stoic In Devotion `
  202. Iraq War Combat Veteran Interviewed: Part I
  203. U.S. Forces In Iraq Want More Green
  204. True colors are on display at patriotic tribute parade
  205. Death, war turn patriot into rueful expatriate
  206. Three sons served after 9/11
  207. Marshfield Marine chronicled war in Iraq as military correspondent
  208. Yuma troops still helping to fight war on terrorism
  209. Pentagon’s humbled visitors tour crash site, recall victims
  210. U.S. has lost the Anbar region of Iraq, a secret report says
  211. Vets Find Healing With The Help Of Others
  212. Residents helped during aftermath of 9/11
  213. 9/11 salute to 1/11
  214. 'Lift a Nation' — Monument born of faith, circumstance
  215. Ex-Marine questions war's purpose
  216. Troops still feel 9/11 effects
  217. “Dad, What Did You Do in the War?”
  218. Marine: Sex was consensual
  219. Judge Sentences Man For Killing 2 Camp Pendleton Marines
  220. Marine Felt Calling After 9/11 Attacks
  221. Pacifica Military Moms hold rally for troops
  222. Four Killed in Attack Outside U.S. Embassy in Syria
  223. Patriotism a friend, time an enemy for Marine recruiters
  224. Marine dad in Iraq hears baby's first cry using videoconference
  225. Smyrna man's bravery honored
  226. Marine survives two attacks
  227. Investigators Have Leads In Missing Marine's Whereabouts
  228. Individual tributes suffice
  229. Beaufort remembers 9/11
  230. Marine general reflects on Sept. 11; Lehnert warns against hasty answers to terror
  231. Hooked
  232. Fresno man's road to the Marines began on Sept. 11
  233. Byron marks a place for ‘General,’ others
  234. Sea services look at ways to fight smaller and better
  235. Five 3/25 leathernecks earn major valor honors
  236. ‘It’s hard to go through again’
  237. No ‘silver bullet’ to counter IEDs
  238. Marine convicted of ’95 murder released from Japanese jail
  239. US marines face 'challenge' in Iraq's Sunni bastion: General
  240. Gay activists arrested during sit-in at Shreveport Marine recruiting station
  241. Updated awards manual to be released
  242. Top democrats call for recruiter misconduct hearings
  243. Camp Hansen Marines dip into water surviving training
  244. Judge denies bond reduction in deaths of two Marines
  245. Marines using Web to lure potential recruits
  246. New Law Lets Students and Parents Say No to Recruiters
  247. Marine recruiters looking for few
  248. Marine's parents fear son victim of foul play
  249. Sheriff: Beaufort Marines behind repeated gang recruiting effort
  250. Double duty