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  1. U.S. Marines move to Guam from Okinawa seen delayed
  2. Fallen Marine honored upon return home
  3. Bone-chilling Temps Can’t Stop Heartwarming Homecoming at Cherry Point
  4. Army reports alarming spike in suicides last month
  5. New café a refuge for dissent
  6. Sad Sack LPD Sent After Pirates
  7. Camp Pendleton vehicle museum largest in Marine Corps
  8. Wounded Bridgewater Marine clinging to life
  9. Pledges pour in to help Marines rename bridge
  10. Fewer Marines testing positive in urinalysis tests
  11. Save Ewa Marine Corps Air Field Bill to Be Heard Tomorrow
  12. Troops give back with life-saving donations
  13. Ready on the firing line
  14. 3rd Marine Logistics Group keeps cool in volcanic scenario
  15. Former Marine covered Iraq war from both sides
  16. Soldier testifies to Congress on body armor
  17. New test measures cognitive changes in deployed troops
  18. Report: Half of absentee ballots got to overseas voters too late
  19. Student faces expulsion for fake drill team guns
  20. Marine recruiter visits high school
  21. Few details released in Secret Service investigation of Lejeune Marine
  22. DoD walks fine line between news, propaganda
  23. Plan for hiring vets tacked on stimulus bill
  24. Pledges pour in to help Marines rename bridge
  25. Retired Marine paves way for Leathernecks everywhere
  26. Easing families' minds: Marine Corps prohibits sex offenders from occupying, accessin
  27. Montford Point Marines remember a segregated Corps
  28. Two U.S. Marines Jailed in Tijuana
  29. U.S.: Let's farm, not fight, in Afghanistan
  30. Leathernecks motorcycle club giving donations to veterans
  31. Heavy burden of conflict falls not only on those in uniform, but also on their famili
  32. America's Last Draftee: "I'm a Relic"
  33. Broken Arrow Marine Awarded Purple Heart
  34. Educator workshops a longstanding tradition
  35. Marine's family agonizes over rape conviction
  36. Camp Lejeune Marines Train with French Navy
  37. Marines give recruits early welcome to Parris Island
  38. Endletoncup Rifleandpistolchallenge
  39. MILITARY: Hamdania figure up before parole board
  40. Economic crisis could affect defense budget
  41. Another “Tradition” broken by the President
  42. American whoop Ass!
  43. Charges Dropped Against USS Cole Bombing Suspect
  44. Tanks Alot!
  45. Daughter gets surprise: Daddy home from Iraq
  46. Serving with distinction brings respect, recognition
  47. WWII veteran survived 3 horrific battles
  48. Suicide prevention program a success for MCLB
  49. Join the Navy, see the world - and decorate its cakes
  50. Purple Heart hunt to help wounded servicemen
  51. More on Yemen
  52. Riders Give Marines Headed For Boot Camp A Special Send-Off
  53. OpEd: F-22A Raptors for the Marine Corps
  54. Barbershop singing has him hooked
  55. Marine Forces Europe instructors sharpen incoming Kosovo Forces soldier's non-lethal
  56. Send R.O.T.C. Back to School
  57. Obama's NSC Will Get New Power
  58. Cool under fire
  59. Ex-guard, prisoner speak out against Gitmo
  60. Cold Marine Officer Candidates
  61. Turning Sailors into SEALs
  62. The Dissenter Who Changed the War
  63. Yuma pilots to train other Marines on futuristic fighter jets
  64. Families get a glimpse of marine life before kids head to boot camp
  65. In Grenada, Leaving the Past Behind
  66. Crestron Honors U.S. Marines with Home Theater
  67. HBO Film Honors Marine's Aid to Family
  68. Handing Over the Fight - Marine General on the Transition
  69. Investigation continues into man accused of making threats against Obama
  70. Corps seeks input on Joint Strike Fighter proposal
  71. Marines train with French navy
  72. College testing center opens at Lejeune
  73. MEU CBRN Marines “seal” themselves in training
  74. Raid training challenges in ways new and old
  75. In Anbar, Election Slogans Replaced By Language Of War
  76. James Brady struck warlike pose for peace
  77. Afghan dog finds new life in Britain
  78. Mullen: No more than 30K new troops in Afghanistan
  79. Bridgewater man says goodbye to Marine brother a day after finishing boot camp
  80. Marine modifies vehicle, helps environment
  81. ‘Expect new drones along border with Afghanistan’
  82. Pentagon reports U.S. troop obesity doubles since 2003
  83. Student Facing Expulsion For Bringing Replica Rifles To School
  84. WWE offers free tickets to military personnel
  85. Serving with distinction brings respect, recognition
  86. Second MLG Takes Over Once Again
  87. Medical Watch: New treatments helping to cure brain injuries for soldiers
  88. Cobra Gold 2009: Building trust high on the agenda
  89. Safety issues lead to 45-day ban on nightclub
  90. AF colonel accused of imposing religion
  91. Navy changes ammo rules after dumping allegations
  92. Griffith recounts USMC trip
  93. Witness to history
  94. Reagan Remembered - U.S. Marine Corps Style
  95. Roggio, Kagan & Tate on Afghanistan- Reality Bites
  96. Ranger Up's Nick- If you ain't cheatin', you ain't tryin'
  97. Local Marine Joins Vets for Storm the Hill Advocacy Week
  98. TCE-Related Toxic Waste in Irvine Much Worse Than Previously Revealed
  99. SC bill would lift ban on mixed martial arts
  100. Filipino court orders Marine into custody
  101. Sgt. Maj. Kasal speaks at H&HS mess night
  102. Camp Lejeune Marines take the helm in Al Anbar province
  103. NC-based Marines to practice new mortar system
  104. Kevin Bacon visits Quantico to promote HBO film
  105. A fighter – in the ring & out
  106. Naval Academy awaits St. Luke's classmates
  107. Obama to review coffin photo ban
  108. Commanding general visits MCLB-Albany
  109. More US Army recruits lack basic education
  110. NC Rep Helps Family of Fallen Marine Adopt His Bomb-Sniffing
  111. Gates: Obama near decision on troops to Afghanistan
  112. GI who deserted unit returns from Canada to turn self in
  113. Salmonella Tainted Treats Sent to Troops?
  114. Former Decorated U.S. Marine Files a $10 Million Claim Against ATF for Being Wrongful
  115. Marine advisor awarded Bronze Star for battlefield recovery efforts
  116. Transitioning From Ignorance to Stupidity....
  117. School suspends Marine drill team commander
  118. Army interrogator: Gitmo detainee cooperative
  119. U.S. struggling to track Afghan weapons
  120. Marines train with Expeditionary Fire Support System
  121. Corpsman death under investigation
  122. 2 fallen Lejeune Marines to receive Navy Cross
  123. Treading up Half Dome, lifting the warrior spirit
  124. Protective gear safeguards Yuma Marine from harm in motorcycle crash
  125. Pontiac Marine remembered
  126. Every Little Bit
  127. 74-year-old Prepares to Go to War Zone
  128. U.S. faces major challenge in Afghanistan
  129. Scouts give thanks to veterans with valentines
  130. Official helps family of fallen Marine adopt his dog
  131. 'Don't Ask' hits home for NROTC
  132. Pennies Just Don’t Get Any Respect
  133. The Realities of War Mean Detaining Our Enemies
  134. NSA Jones Remarks
  135. Canadian Genius: Deserters Discriminated Against in U.S.
  136. MILITARY: Roadside bombs remain key challenge
  137. Enduring legacy of Montford Point
  138. Marines get first shot at new fighter jet
  139. Philippines court orders Marine into local custody
  140. Air Force brings back Good Conduct Medal
  141. Marines resume live-fire training at Hansen
  142. Pilot can’t wait to get his hands on Air Force’s new F-35A fighter, teach others how
  143. Colby lacrosse team run to benefit Marines
  144. Attorney For Marine Accused Of Killing Girlfriend Speaks Out
  145. Former Marine given five years in Pender child sex case
  146. Webb Honored for Work for Soldiers
  147. Top Military Tech for Unconventional Warfare: Robots, ATVs and Gun Upgrades from the
  148. UPDATE: Has The Time Come To See The Fallen?
  149. Military uses social networking to reach public
  150. Warfighters receive special ‘express’ service
  151. Heavy Equipment Platoon handles their haul with ease
  152. 26th MEU Marine earns Copernicus Award
  153. More than a name change, Part 1
  154. Local Marines called up
  155. Base hosts premiere to honor fallen Marine, escort
  156. Spring training begins ... in Iraq
  157. FBI Considering Taking Away Counterterrorism Resources
  158. Failure to Launch
  159. Marines Corps jet a landmark at Alameda's Encinal High
  160. Fighting country's battles in air, land, sea
  161. Urban Legend
  162. GAO says Taliban may have U.S. weapons
  163. Charges dropped against soldier in Iraq shootings
  164. Shipboard college exams resume with new rules
  165. The Emancipation Proclamation will be on display at the National Archives through Feb
  166. AmerAsian School receives donation from Marine shop
  167. Marine charged in hit-and-run accident
  168. Many U.S. heroes honored in February
  169. United States Mint Launches First Redesigned Lincoln One-Cent Coin in 50 Years at Abr
  170. Face of Defense: Lieutenant Drops Bomb on Guinness World Record
  171. Wanted Marine commits suicide in Canada
  172. Tenn. VA clinic warns of infection risk
  173. Obama seen likely to hedge on missile defense
  174. Blackwater dumps tarnished brand name
  175. Pentagon tightening budget belt
  176. Marines to receive Navy Cross medals in ceremony at NMMC
  177. Volunteers Work to Build New Playground in 3 Days
  178. Man charged with rape four days before scheduled Marine deployment
  179. Riverside man dies in Buffalo air crash
  180. Terrorists Quit Over Pay Dispute
  181. The Lessons Of Anbar
  182. A valentine surprise from Iraq
  183. MILITARY: Strategy shift awaits Afghanistan-bound troops
  184. UA Marine shoots himself at family home
  185. MILITARY: Marine accused in detainee killing set for trial
  186. Camp Pendleton generates jobs for San Diego building industry
  187. Marine Unit From Gray Re-Activated
  188. Chargers Cheerleaders Visit Sailors and Marines
  189. Summit Cove boy meets Marine pen-pal on 'Today' show
  190. NC wrestler set to march into Marines
  191. The Gamble: General Petraeus and the Untold Story of the American Surge in Iraq, 2006
  192. Concealed weapon debate
  193. A mile of American flags honor fallen Matagorda soldier
  194. Marine Wives Responsible For Helping Thousands of Disabled Veterans
  195. Is the U.S. repeating Soviet mistakes in Afghanistan?
  196. 'chance' Of A Lifetime
  197. U.S. to open military to temporary immigrants: report
  198. Change in Military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy Is Put on Hold
  199. Mohawk Marine sees ice palace from Fallujah
  200. Looking for a few more to proudly serve
  201. Twins were split up, sent off to battle
  202. Remembering a dark time
  203. INCENTIVES IN DOWN ECONOMY BOOST RECRUITING PITCHING THE MILITARY LIFE Steady jobs, t
  204. Vets offered free rides to WWII memorial in D.C.
  205. Romer II Combines Ballistic Protection With Attractive Styling
  206. Officer returns from command duty in Middle East
  207. Volunteering for duty
  208. Marine Corps tries to boost image with teachers
  209. Camp Schwab Marine awarded Bronze Star for quick actions in Afghan firefight
  210. Kabul on the edge
  211. U.S., Thai forces practice landing in heat, rough seas
  212. Air Force changes deployment history standard
  213. Reporter's Notebook: Roughing it on the border
  214. Japan earmarks $10M to find WWII ordnance on Okinawa
  215. Credit unions angry over surprise 'bailout tax'
  216. Okinawa to host marine life symposium
  217. Insurgents, bureaucrats took life of soldier son
  218. Lenderman speaks to Marine Corps League
  219. Jones' work to unite dogs with soldier' families recognized
  220. Fast Rope to Thailand
  221. Watch out for Al Qeada
  222. Wars take moms away from home
  223. Reports: Supplies to soon flow through Russia
  224. Ky. group supports vets by attending funerals
  225. Rep. wants probe of VA psychologist firing
  226. Alumni fight to save school for kids of vets
  227. U.S. uses UAVs to hunt Somali pirates on shore
  228. Community remembers 'dedicated Marine'
  229. Marines mobilize to help wounded brother
  230. Three Marines, three paths
  231. Dania Beach service honors Four Chaplains of WWII
  232. Coming Home: 26th MEU conducts wash down
  233. Ag inspection ensures safety of US
  234. Return of the “Ungendered Military”
  235. Barbershop singing keeps retired Marine hooked
  236. Military reports 83 Malaria infections in ’08
  237. Wesley L. McDonald dies at 84; 4-star Navy admiral led 1983 U.S. invasion of Grenada
  238. Patriotic Song Lyrics
  239. Staying focused in new Iraq a challenge
  240. Analysis: Boredom now U.S. troops' enemy
  241. Small changes help promote education in Al Anbar
  242. Louise Greggs recognized for work with Montford Point museum
  243. US, Japan sign pact to move Marines to Guam
  244. Funeral home helps troops overseas
  245. He Gave His Life For His Comrades
  246. Uncle Sam sees more recruits
  247. Montana ranks low in Army recruits' diploma rate
  248. Smithfield native on defense for fellow Marine
  249. Significant stopover
  250. MILITARY: Marine commander readies for troops surge