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  1. Friend: Marine Staged Disappearance, Fearing Fellow Marines
  2. Star-Rank Retired Pay Jumps
  3. 7th Fleet, Marines forge tighter bonds
  4. Missing Marine's company plagued with charges
  5. Marine Not Guilty in Death
  6. Corps switches to pad suspension system in helmets
  7. How Al Qaeda views a long Iraq war
  8. Wounded Marine back home
  9. Marine spouse, clients bond at salon
  10. Lima Company heals slowly, a year after Iraq
  11. U.S. Marine base probes missing laptop
  12. Sheriff wants Marine to pay
  13. In Iraq, not one conflict but many U.S. troops caught among combatants
  14. Plastic surgeons honor local Marines
  15. Just how much is your name worth?
  16. U.S. Gains in Parts of Iraq in Jeopardy
  17. Vietnam vets come to defense of accused troops
  18. Two Gardai face axe over embassy fight
  19. Battered Marines adjust to civilian life
  20. Merry Christmas Marines!
  21. Post Office Named For Marine Killed In Action
  22. Local vets: Avoid war
  23. Charges, rebuttals abound in debate
  24. Death at card game under investigation
  25. Rules of engagement: What were they at Haditha?
  26. Getting back up by taking a dive
  27. Former-Marine's pride never wavered
  28. MV-22: Ospreys Catching Bird ‘Flu Up There.
  29. A Rose by Any Other Name
  30. Plastic Surgery Advances Helping U.S. Marines
  31. Hawaii-Based 2/3 Marines Replace Sister Battalion in Iraq
  32. DEC Teaches Marines Dynamic Breeching Techniques
  33. Congress wants Social Security numbers off IDs
  34. Marines try to make sense of Iraq war's deadliest tour
  35. Poisoning Suspected After Hundreds Fall Ill at Iraqi Post
  36. Breaking down your benefits
  37. Instructor acquitted in swim-class drowning
  38. Deep Access
  39. Death of Marine from California under investigation
  40. Military imposes new prayer rules
  41. Marine's death in Iraq leads to new legislation and a boy's dream fulfilled
  42. Vets raise money to hire lawyers
  43. In Marine's Death, Clues to a Son's Life
  44. A day to remember smiles and semper fi
  45. Jordan's Mission takes on new project
  46. Marines Hailed As Heroes In Fleet Week Rescue
  47. Eastwood On 'Flags Of Our Fathers'
  48. Hero honored after giving life to save fellow Marines
  49. Army: Troops to Stay in Iraq Until 2010
  50. Wounded Marine Suffers Setback
  51. Two Marines in gang-related case post bond
  52. American Legion offers free Veterans Day e-greetings
  53. Casey: No need for more troops in Iraq ‘right now’
  54. Deaths Of U.S. Troops Shown On Web
  55. Support for troops supersedes views
  56. First lady makes Ohio first stop on fundraising tour
  57. Marines Endorse Wheeled Armor Again
  58. A New Assignment for Younger Troops
  59. Vietnam veterans reunite in Las Vegas, recall their 'M..A..S..H'
  60. Commandant says Iraq war winnable
  61. Marine's wife sentenced for theft, fraud
  62. Leatherneck Salutes Americans in Military
  63. Robinsons find strength in faith and community
  64. Kline hasn't wavered in support of Bush, Iraq war
  65. Doonesbury creator starts military blog
  66. US troops unlawfully killed UK journalist, coroner finds
  67. Defense official recalled to active duty
  68. With Charlie Company in Ramadi
  69. Marine charged with beating police officer
  70. State Veterans To Be Part Of Film's Opening
  71. 9 Marines Killed In Iraq Identified
  72. 'Welcome home!' Staff Sgt. Daley
  73. Chip off the block
  74. Local firefighters receive Marine Corp flag
  75. Corps quiet on vest design
  76. In the Presence of Greatness
  77. Dive class offers wounded Marines new adventures
  78. Marines Send Helmet Pads to Those Serving in Iraq and Afghanistan
  79. Iraqi Colonel Who Bridged Sectarian Divide Is Killed
  80. Book highlights local Marines' contributions
  81. Fallujah: Baathist and Wahhabist cooperation
  82. War is Hell
  83. Marines get happy welcome back home
  84. Pulitzer Prize winners speak about covering families of slain Marines for story
  85. Remembering Iwo Jima -- 40 years later
  86. Red states out do blue in signing up soldiers
  87. In Marine's death, mother finds clues to his life
  88. It Just Keeps Dragging On
  89. Dog tags may be getting a makeover
  90. Marines for Life aids vets with transition
  91. Pair in prisoner-abuse case ordered silent
  92. Moms prepare care packages for Marines
  93. ‘Miracle’ Marine on the mend
  94. Bereaved military families mark loss
  95. 'Marine' just barely passes basic training
  96. From the frontline to the hospitals in Iraq, protecting soldiers' freedom of faith
  97. Emotions run high as families watch their kids become Marines
  98. Photojournalist captures Marines headed to Iraq
  99. Dispatches From Hell
  100. Cranston post office dedicated to fallen Marine
  101. Marines take charge
  102. Anthrax shots back on go after 2-year hiatus
  103. Alderman not about to let Vietnam memorial go to the dogs
  104. Recruiters compete to lure people
  105. General testifies that officer at Abu Ghraib prison allowed detainee abuse and lied
  106. War room underneath Colorado mountain is being consigned to history's dustbin
  107. Romney vet served with actor Lee Marvin
  108. Corps cinema
  109. Slow to heal
  110. Big sacrifice, big benefits
  111. Blood test could predict combat fitness
  112. Fishing trip gives wounded Marines deep-sea therapy
  113. Re-up window closing fast
  114. Corps announces November promotions
  115. Lejeune’s Cultural Heritage Day slated for Friday
  116. Recruiting event has enthusiasm
  117. Military Honors for a Changing Front
  118. Connection to Iwo Jima
  119. Putting a bare foot forward for vets
  120. Palmetto Marine recalls life, loneliness in Iraq
  121. Bring Iraqi Forces Up to Speed
  122. Deaths of Terre Haute based Marines underscore importance of ‘up-armored’ vehicles to
  123. Coming home to someone else's life
  124. Camp Fuji to recall fatal ’79 fire with memorial ceremony
  125. ‘Freakonomics,’ ‘The World is Flat’ on Navy’s new reading list
  126. Marine's call alerts family of serious wound
  127. Retiree, disability pay to rise by 3.3 percent next year
  128. Call-up taps some Reserve units for second Iraq tours
  129. Author, military dad visits SOI Marines
  130. Two local Marines return home
  131. Temporary museum home on table
  132. Marines plan to recall some battalions
  133. Insurgency continues to challenge U.S. troops in Anbar province
  134. Eleven US soldiers accused of murder in Iraq to stand trial
  135. Misguided reconciliation with Baathists
  136. Diving In: Wounded Marines get physical therapy, have fun
  137. Decades cannot dim Iwo Jima memories
  138. Fallujah, the Guernica of Our Times
  139. The Most Important Culture War
  140. Guilty plea expected from sailor accused in Marine’s death
  141. U.S. Marine, a Muslim, will pray alone in Iraq on holy day
  142. Eastwood film resonates with local vet
  143. Troops' debt a growing security concern
  144. Marines go ‘‘Beyond the Gates” to Serve Their Community
  145. Marines From an Exhibition
  146. Remains of legendary pilot 'Earthquake McGoon' are coming home
  147. Pentagon review says military propaganda program in Iraq was within the law
  148. Conjuring Vietnam memories underscores troubles in Iraq
  149. Thousands of U.S. troops are being held back from overseas duty because of debt
  150. Bush is wrong: Iraq is not Vietnam
  151. Iraq: Uniting Against The Jihadis
  152. 'Thank God for the Marines'
  153. Marines return from Qatar
  154. A Group of Marines From Our Nation's Capitol, Dazzle Crowds in the Low Country
  155. One of the lucky ones: Marine returns home safely from Iraq
  156. Struggling Along The Road To Recovery
  157. Private pleads guilty to negligent homicide in Texas accident
  158. Kuwait desert gives troops an ideal training ground
  159. Corps releases first details of new body armor vest
  160. 'US marines killed Terry Lloyd but Government won't help bring them to justice'
  161. 48 Marines and one sailor receive Purple Hearts
  162. US Marines rescue 4 Pinoy fishermen off Palawan
  163. Eleven Fallen Marines Honored
  164. Slap-Happy Smith Feeling The Heat
  165. Bush weighs changes in Iraq tactics
  166. Pendleton Marine nominated for Medal of Honor
  167. Spectators turn out to watch Marines train
  168. Chaplain describes life among soldiers
  169. Marines more than comrades
  170. Marines downrange to get new body armor in ’07
  171. Marines Return To Happy Faces At Buckley AFB
  172. UIS graduate at core of Marines' museum
  173. After the hugs, reality sets in -- another Iraq tour looms
  174. A few good men to depend on
  175. Off-base crashes a safety issue for sailors, Marines
  176. U.S.-Led Coalition Can't `Cut and Run' From Iraq, Saleh Says
  177. Silver Star bittersweet for soldier
  178. Woman appointed commandant of midshipmen
  179. Experts worry recruiting standards are slipping
  180. MobCom publishes list of open Iraq, Afghanistan billets
  181. Navy, Marines Battling Fatal Off-Base Car Crashes
  182. Benefit honors fallen Marines
  183. Debt Keeping Troops From Duty
  184. McCain hawkish, and lonely, on Iraq
  185. Moving on to bigger things
  186. Army Translator Missing in Baghdad
  187. U.S. Marines capture sniper rifles, kill 6, wound 4 insurgents
  188. Troops give thumbs down to MySpace shutdown
  189. Site debunks ‘puppy killer’ myth
  190. Best of the vests
  191. Getting their feet wet
  192. It’s best to retire at the top of your game
  193. Teach honorable loyalty
  194. Squadron gives PT a professional spin
  195. XO: Motivation key to riverine duty
  196. Remote desert in Kuwait gives troops an ideal training ground
  197. SERE school eyes more land for survival training course
  198. Emotional Homecoming For Local Marines
  199. Rape trial in RP revives face of ‘ugly American’
  200. UNC eyes academic 'boot camp'
  201. The last of the flag-raisers
  202. How Marine Colonel Jay Kopelman Saved a Dog Named Lava in Iraq
  203. No One Left Behind
  204. U.S. considers adding troops in Baghdad
  205. More troops means more targets for snipers in Iraq
  206. The View From Mt. Suribachi
  207. Ultimate fighter to be guest of honor at birthday ball
  208. Insult to Injury in Iraq
  209. Pace: N. Korea conflict would require ‘brute force’
  210. Grooming changes input sought
  211. No more polyesters, nylons for U.S. Marines in Iraq
  212. 'My heart is about to burst right out of my chest'
  213. Some U.S. troops campaigning to withdraw forces from Iraq
  214. Marines return from Iraq
  215. "Families Mourn The Loss Of Mid-State Marines"
  216. 4 U.S. Marines, 1 sailor killed in Iraq
  217. Pentagon official visits reserve Marines
  218. Plainville-based Marines return home
  219. On Homecoming Day ... `God, It Feels Good'
  220. Ridgefield welcomes home four Marine veterans of Iraq
  221. An opportunity for shared sacrifice
  222. Lawyer: New anthrax rules may face resistance
  223. Regs on wearing devices on ribbons to change
  224. Bravo Company Marines return home to cheers and hugs Two from Methuen injured in comb
  225. 'Your Combat Tour In Iraq Is Over'
  226. Marines cut a deal to fly low and fast
  227. The Path to Iraqi "Failure"
  228. Marines Receive Warm Welcome In Louisville
  229. Service members’ Web site says get out of Iraq
  230. Sergeants major named to new positions
  231. Murdered Marine’s family, friends testify in sailor’s sentencing
  232. 2 Kaneohe Marines Killed In Separate Operations
  233. Bloggers' take on military life
  234. Loved ones celebrate Marines’ homecoming
  235. Corps asks MySpace friends to honor values
  236. Beyond the Battlefield
  237. Answering the call - again
  238. Troop deaths highest in a year
  239. Investigation continues into Marine’s death
  240. Iraq Is Not Lost
  241. Flags of her father
  242. Coleman to pin on third star
  243. Sailor gets life without parole in Marine’s murder
  244. Aviators eligible for up to $18K in continuation pay
  245. Marines return to a heroes' welcome in Topsham
  246. Coming Sunday: Marines fight terror
  247. Sailor, Marines Killed in Attacks; DoD Identifies Previous Casualties
  248. Army not impressed with Corps’ new vest
  249. A HOMECOMING FOR HEROES: South Shore Marines are back from Iraq
  250. The World's Strongest Dad