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  1. Man gets 6 years in veterans charity scam
  2. Petraeus supports closure of Guantanamo
  3. Medal of Honor recipient turning 100
  4. Panel to analyze VA hospital mishaps
  5. U.S. doubles funds for Agent Orange cleanup
  6. Official: National D-Day Memorial may close
  7. SOUTHGATE: Marines give students a different view on life
  8. MALS-11 cryogenics Marines provide essential support to squadrons
  9. Is that you Jane Wayne? Is it me?
  10. OSC gives military families head start on educations
  11. Professional accomplishments, selfless contributions earn Marine lawyer award
  12. Marines, sailors complete ‘major milestone'
  13. Semper Eli: Yale crew captain competing for national title, joining Marines
  14. 'Skinny Dragon' Marines return home Sunday
  15. Marine Corps drops reflective vests from required biker gear
  16. Puppy Love at First Sight for SoCal Marine
  17. Flying high at 92
  18. Man posing as blind veteran allegedly cons good Samaritans
  19. He kept his faith in the 'man upstairs'
  20. 3 brothers reflect on joining Marines
  21. Running: Marines fill up the calendar
  22. Retired Marines rewarded for writing
  23. Extra U.S. troops in Afghanistan by mid-July
  24. Love, honor and promotion for military couple serving in Iraq
  25. Marine battles over contaminated Lejeune water
  26. The Wall That Heals
  27. WWII vet's letters to Donna Reed a fond memory
  28. Somber remembrance for Iwo Jima survivors
  29. Armed Forces Day evokes combat memories
  30. Marines Reserve Band to perform at Naval museum
  31. Event Aims to Mend Those Who've Served
  32. Marine recruiter charged with underage sex
  33. Parents to protest proposed Marine school
  34. Lawmakers want Navy units at Cherry Point
  35. Older vets ready to support others in uniform
  36. Military working dogs bite into their mission in Iraq
  37. Al Asad warrant officers make time for networking and mentorship
  38. Isle Marines join Afghan force
  39. MILITARY: Film chronicles Marine experience in Fallujah and Najaf battles
  40. Teens with special needs get a prom to remember
  41. Esprit De Corp.
  42. California man, an ex-Marine, must prove his U.S. citizen
  43. A year after corporal's death, family still awaits answers
  44. Police: Gunman targeted recruiting center
  45. Wounded warriors tackle Mount McKinley
  46. Cherry Point to add Prowlers, personnel
  47. Military using Twitter to counter Taliban
  48. Simple steps can protect families from West Nile Virus infection
  49. Lejeune Marine dies in single-car wreck
  50. Camp Johnson Dining Facility receives award
  51. The Undercover Iraqi Asset
  52. Lejeune Marines arrive in southern Afghanistan
  53. Simmons Retires After 28 Years in the Marines
  54. Light And Accurate
  55. You Have Been Warned
  56. Autistic U.S. Marine awaits court-martial
  57. Putnam County Brothers Sentenced for Stealing Military Equipment
  58. Bellows beach closure plan upsets neighbors
  59. Afghanistan Day Two: Sunday roasts and Pizza Hut in the desert
  60. MILITARY: Commandant deciding fate of Chessani case
  61. Navy chaplain found guilty of rape and fraternization
  62. Marine's death serves to help others
  63. A milestone at Maintenance Center Albany
  64. Three Burton brothers are in Marines Corps and that means "a lot of worrying" for Mom
  65. Lake Highlands homeowners group still silent amid outcry over veteran's car decals
  66. US Marines honour a British soldier who keeps base safe
  67. SOS from VFW: Combat Vets in Trouble
  68. A father’s strength inspires son to keep family going while dad is hospitalized.
  69. Joshua's salute, still tugs at my heart strings today ...
  70. ASU alum, Iraq War vet finds healing in his book, 'Soft Spots'
  71. U.S. deaths rise in Afghanistan from last year
  72. Authorities debate link between recruits, sex
  73. Gitmo detainee commits suicide, military says
  74. U.S. D-Day Memorial struggles to stay afloat
  75. 3/8 scheduled to return this week
  76. Obama Faces a Chasm in Mideast
  77. Mountain-Climbing Marine Inspires From Thousands Of Miles Away
  78. MarForEur Marines make pilgrimage to World War I mecca
  79. Iowa boy reunites WWII Marine, prayer book
  80. Chef John Besh to open restaurant in expanded World War II Museum
  81. Just home from Iraq, Braintree man spends day trying to get family cat out of tree
  82. Dispatches From D-day
  83. A day in the life of a Marine
  84. Bowdoin Graduates Sworn in as Marine Corps Officers
  85. Oregon soldier: 'I really wanted to go to Iraq'
  86. Native speaks at local Memorial Day ceremony
  87. Gertrude's bargain
  88. Mail stolen from RAF Lakenheath post office
  89. Soldier slain in Ark. was son of Marine
  90. Demand for spec ops troops outpaces growth
  91. AF retiree sending 28,000 pizzas to troops
  92. Beaufort Marines dies in Afghanistan
  93. Survivors would benefit from war bill measure
  94. 'Wounded Warrior' Honored for His Disability Advocacy
  95. Dynamic warm-ups deep sixing the Daily 16
  96. Remembering the Brave
  97. Corporal's course graduates learn leadership
  98. Military-backed public schools on the rise in US
  99. Wounded Marine and family meet president
  100. The forgotten ships
  101. Mount Shasta Marine reports from Iraq
  102. Viet Vet: Never forget the POW, MIA
  103. Widow donates WWII shell, museum shuts down
  104. Man gets 85 years in killing of Iraq war vet
  105. Judge bars slain Marine’s ID of suspect
  106. Number of roadside bombs surge in Afghanistan
  107. GM sale won’t affect military Humvees
  108. Lejeune to open urban close-air support range
  109. Marines & Sailors Return to Camp Lejeune Thursday
  110. Boy gets special gifts from Marines for kindergarten graduation
  111. Young Marines program teaches self-esteem, discipline
  112. Marine meets extended family while deployed in Cambodia
  113. Pender County man faces drug charges
  114. Siouxland veteran can't forget 'horror' of Iwo Jima battle
  115. Veterans to finally receive high school diplomas
  116. Stars and Stripes "Heroes" Salutes Military Bravery and Dedication
  117. D-Day anniversary: Learn, remember
  118. One Veteran's Trauma Leads to Activism
  119. Marine base honors former general
  120. Apologies and Ayatollahs
  121. Willie Begay, Code Talker
  122. Greatest Generation dwindles at D-Day memorial
  123. Colbert to broadcast 4 shows from Baghdad
  124. In Normandy, D-Day memories never fade
  125. U.S., German vets pay respects to D-Day fallen
  126. Mom Sending Super Soakers to Marines
  127. Tant: Remembering Daddy's war: D-Day in a B-17
  128. Silent Take-Down: Marines conduct beach assault training
  129. D-Day plus 65 years:
  130. Seeing War Through a Marine’s Eyes
  131. Forgotten Battalion’s Last Returns to Beachhead
  132. Marine graduates top of his class
  133. Combat Center helps students ‘shoot’ for teamwork
  134. Hitting black with sun on your back
  135. BRC offers new training bikes for course
  136. Camp Lejeune Marine casualty
  137. MUELLER: Warriors take to the water
  138. Worth a 40-year wait for return of Mishawaka Marine's dog tag
  139. The Battle Over the Battle of Fallujah
  140. Ex-Marine colonel, 3 others to face trial over ‘missing’ guns
  141. Omaha Beach survivor Creed Conwell remembers the horrific fighting of D-Day, which wa
  142. World War One Vet Celebrates 113th Birthday
  143. Illegals interrupt less desert military training
  144. Marine general: Threats of World War II no different today
  145. 2nd MEB Marines begin Afghanistan ops
  146. Laurean to be arraigned in Marine murder case
  147. Wahlen, Iwo Jima Medal of Honor winner, dies
  148. In Iraq, Colbert shaves head, declares victory
  149. Marine in Iraq gets hitched over the Internet
  150. More using virtual-combat training systems
  151. Teens used to attack forces in Iraq, U.S. says
  152. Military spouses seek residency benefits
  153. Marine charged with strangling wife
  154. Boy's patriotism guides him to Marines
  155. Mythbusters Episode Features Blue Angels, June 10th
  156. Under fire in Korea, a piece of Ohio found
  157. 2nd MEB Marines begin Afghanistan ops
  158. Calif. cities defend recruiter ban
  159. Corps: Marine to plead guilty in files case
  160. Government vehicle violations cause concern
  161. Laurean pleads not guilty
  162. Court refuses to hear suit over Camp Lejeune water
  163. TEMECULA: More wheelchairs donated for Marines
  164. Okinawa Marines test newest missile
  165. Veteran imposter says he did no harm
  166. Developer insists Six Days in Fallujah will go public
  167. New Harrier Pilots Train In Yuma
  168. Camp Foster corporal sentenced in marijuana case
  169. Friends till untimely end
  170. Philly, Baltimore, D.C. sharing Army-Navy game
  171. Navy reports 21 sailors, Marines aboard USS Iwo Jima had swine flu; all cases mild
  172. Re-enactors memorialize WWI battle
  173. Press Release Source: Expand Networks
  174. Reenlisting: Be prepared, don't lose your MOS
  175. Pre-deployment training made "real" through virtual combat
  176. Yuma MPs train for close-quarters shootouts
  177. Lejeune to investigate 'surface danger zones' in off-shore waters
  178. Wounded Yuma Marine’s stepson gets surprise graduation visit
  179. Headed for Annapolis
  180. Jack Lewis dies at 84; Marine, novelist and movie writer
  181. Marine judge clarifies rules on ‘legal’ drugs
  182. Playboy gives exposure to Okinawa-based band
  183. Marines will come out of Iraq by spring 2010
  184. Warrant officer dies in Afghanistan
  185. Gunny admits he shared classified files
  186. Petraeus: Afghan violence hit peak last week
  187. Police say accused faker wore Navy Cross
  188. Detainee photo release order on hold, for now
  189. More dwell time for Marines in future, Conway says
  190. Afghan soldiers visit Okinawa bases to learn from NCOs
  191. Marines capacity for Korea amphibious landing lacking: general
  192. Fake military veteran hid under 'ocean of lies'
  193. WWI battle put on film
  194. Wherever veterans gather, stories bloom.
  195. More than VALOR
  196. ‘It was "game on" when you walked out’
  197. Lean, Mean AND Green Marines
  198. Dropping in Marine style
  199. Looking Back at Oroville's Heroes
  200. Wahlen honored for bravery, toughness, and love
  201. Lt. col. prepares for Saturday shuttle mission
  202. Troops in Iraq hailed by Bush on Colbert Report
  203. 8th Communications Battalion zeros in on combat marksmanship
  204. Deployed Marines' Families Brace For Father's Day
  205. Marines, families warned of water contamination
  206. A Look Inside One of the Most Dangerous Places in the World
  207. Blue Star Group gives flags to vets' families
  208. Light And Accurate
  209. Pendleton stresses Heat-Casualty Prevention Program
  210. 3/8 to receive Quilts of Valor
  211. Sugar Land man charged with Marine computer scam
  212. New guard for the Marine Corps
  213. Flags of Iwo Jima
  214. Shouldering weight to earn Green Belt
  215. Graduation from North will be teen’s second
  216. Airstrike 101: 5 Questions to Ask About The Civilian Bombing
  217. Army order allows Facebook, Flickr on some stateside computers
  218. Navy suspends SRB program due to higher re-enlistment rates
  219. Many private colleges balk at GI Bill
  220. 'You have to want it:' Recruiting Marines in a tough economy
  221. SNCOs sharpen teamwork skills at Career Course
  222. 4-day shuttle delay keeps Marine grounded
  223. Report: No clear link between Lejeune water, diseases
  224. Marine charged in Friday night hit-and-run
  225. Culotta recalls horror of Pacific landings
  226. Iwo Jima veteran gets medals
  227. Marine follows dream, now ready to serve
  228. Ex-Marine wrote, worked in films
  229. Work pays honor to fallen Marine
  230. Greece Marine honored for services in Afghanistan
  231. A Life Well Lived: James Golden Tells A Story Of Hard Work And Dedication
  232. Respecting Old Glory
  233. The wagon maker
  234. An opportunity in Afghanistan
  235. Military sees rise in eye injuries from lasers
  236. Winona State students interview code talker
  237. U.S. has changed, not legacy of John Brown
  238. Highway to be dedicated in honor of Marines
  239. Tiny islands huge part of Allied victory
  240. New Marine Corps MP unit launched at Cherry Point
  241. Area Medal of Honor awardees honored
  242. Marines (hopefully) learn more than "hello" in Pashto North Carolina military school
  243. Marines prepare for Afghanistan in Waimanalo "village"
  244. Marine Attack Squadron Fires Missile From Harrier
  245. Marine retires after 30 years
  246. Bayonet wound scarred Pacific service
  247. The Battle of Midway June 4-7 1942
  248. Lejeune Marines to receive Purple Hearts
  249. Radar facilities moving to northern Pa.
  250. Marines honored for sacrifice