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  1. Volunteers band together to help Saline Marine injured in Afghanistan
  2. Guarding Against Terrorism
  3. Local Marine wears his feelings
  4. Marine faces court-martial in Fallujah killing
  5. ASPCA to test dogs banned at SC Marine base
  6. Vietnam vets hail signing of Welcome Home Day
  7. Inside the Navy's Command Center of the Future
  8. Former Marine responds to destruction of billboard
  9. Marine officer who set up Guantanamo prison dismayed by what it has become
  10. Government drops charge in Fallujah deaths
  11. Midshipman pleads guilty to drug charges
  12. Marine dog sniffs out 10 IEDs
  13. 'Mission first, safety always':Marine Corps Base Hawaii’s Base Safety office receives
  14. A New Trailer of Epic Miniseries 'The Pacific'
  15. Family eagerly awaits Marine’s return
  16. Marines in 2nd Battalion 8th Regiment eager to engage Taliban
  17. More than just jets
  18. Administration mulls next step in Afghanistan
  19. At sentencing, Nelson apologies for shooting
  20. New Defense Logistics Agency Albany command activated
  21. Cherry Point welcomes home Marines
  22. Marines get helping hand from car club
  23. Marines repair homes damaged in training exercise
  24. US marines miss out on home comforts in Helmand
  25. Greeley soldier survives shot by Iraq sniper
  26. Deadly Afghan battle probed
  27. Keeping the shine on: old world Sunnyvale company thrives in recession
  28. US troops in Afghan 'armed social work'
  29. USMC Commandant Reiterates Support For EFV
  30. Sailors and Marines remember USS Nashville that is removed from fleet
  31. DoD: Swine flu death may be 1st for troops
  32. Equipment developers put own gear to test
  33. Students collect supplies for Marines in Afghanistan
  34. A welcome return
  35. Crash survivor returns home to family, friends
  36. Family fears Circle Pines Marine won't get treatment after being whisked to N.C.
  37. Airborne laser
  38. Gerhard Weinberg to Receive the 2009 Pritzker Military Library Literature Award for L
  39. MWSS-274 trains to deploy
  40. Dawn to dusk and then some; 1/6 takes part in day and night squad attacks
  41. Riding in style; 1/6 trains for heliborne operations
  42. Knocking softly: Assaultmen utilize breaching charges
  43. Hammer of the battalion: Weapons Company rolls through humvee attack course
  44. Battling the Taliban at close quarters
  45. Phony Marine due for arrest
  46. Man turns in 105mm shell at police station
  47. Activists stand up empty combat boots in D.C.
  48. Marines multi-task at Patrol Base Fielder
  49. 1/4 braves elements to receive resupply
  50. Hammer of the battalion: Weapons Company rolls through humvee attack course
  51. Marines increase readiness with Afghanistan in mind
  52. Marines, Afghan soldiers conduct Operation Gator Crawl
  53. Mom recruits help to knit for Marines
  54. Restaurateur honored for efforts to feed troops
  55. Marines tighten leash on pit bull policy
  56. Training, drug use major issues for Afghan police
  57. Conditions downrange leave troops susceptible to kidney stones
  58. Boulder Marine at heart of faked disappearance reaches deal
  59. Vietnam sea-voyage journeys documented in exhibit
  60. Rockin' out for troops in war zones
  61. Distinguished guests impressed
  62. Petraeus treated for prostate cancer
  63. Afghan Troops: Day in the Life
  64. Hering Won't Face Jail Time As Part Of Plea Deal
  65. Marine Gunners Get Their Mojo Back
  66. Fido or go: Dogs to be evaluated at SC Marine base
  67. Hutchison: Call in the Marines to help prepare for Green River flood
  68. Lookout Tun Tavern, here comes Pub 1795
  69. Clear, Hold, Build Exercise gives Lava Dogs urban terrain training, valuable feedback
  70. Estonian soldiers integrate with 2/8 Marines
  71. Marines construct new position near Taliban marketplace
  72. Hundreds Gather To Hear Gay Marine In Memphis
  73. Hazing Tarnishes Marine Corps Mission
  74. 'Gooooood mornin' Afghanistan!' US fights Taliban on airwaves
  75. 40 men from Lejeune now report breast cancer
  76. Davidson Center to host heroes
  77. National Public Lands Day needs attention
  78. Marine found guilty of hammer attack on wife
  79. Corruption, indiscipline slow Afghan training
  80. ight years in Afghanistan: What’s our mission?
  81. Cherry Point Marines return
  82. My term at Afghanistan’s graduate school of war.
  83. U.S. Marine battling cancer receives overdue promotion
  84. A casualty of callousness
  85. WWII veterans visit Washington memorial
  86. Marines jazz things up
  87. Devil dogs acknowledged during Bark Park opening
  88. Patriot Academy: New School for a New Start
  89. MUTC Training Relies on Working Together
  90. Marine on mission to find special coin’s owner
  91. Consolidated Training Keeps Marines in 'CHEC,' Ready for Afghanistan
  92. H&HS service members train to defend station
  93. Military police support company to celebrate its first birthday in Iraq
  94. Wounded U.S. Soldiers Refused to Leave Taliban Fight
  95. Only 2 of 85 dogs ousted from SC Marine bases
  96. West Michigan marine returns home
  97. Man accused of faking record as Marine combat veteran arrested in San Diego
  98. Marine Dreams
  99. Civilians Safer, Are Marines Worse Off?
  100. Marines tour Tahoe Friday before heading to Afghanistan
  101. Gay ban separates more women
  102. US Marines sweep 'Taliban' villages for bombs
  103. Boulder marine who went AWOL recounts journey
  104. 8th Marine Regiment returns from Iraq
  105. Marine Corps League gets unique gift
  106. Valley residents serve breakfast to show appreciation to Marines
  107. Transferring troops from Iraq for buildup in Afghanistan a costly shortcut
  108. Non-Commissioned Officers Club Offers Networking, Relaxation for Marines
  109. Marine Corps Communications-Electronics School Classrooms Swell As Lat Movers, Studen
  110. Stories at the moving wall: Memories still carry as much weight as ever
  111. More Vietnam vets seeking PTSD help
  112. Former Marine blames ills on Vieques toxins
  113. Thousands visit flight line for 54th Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Air Show
  114. Advancing Marines test new Afghan war doctrine
  115. Saline native realizes dreams of military service more than two decades after leaving
  116. Marines deliver supplies to landslide victims
  117. MCIWEST welcomes new commanding general
  118. Marines see sharp increase in suicides
  119. US, Japan to speed up Marine base relocation talks
  120. Weapons failed US troops during Afghan firefight
  121. Family 'couldn't be more proud' of Marine
  122. USAtogether.org matches veterans with needs
  123. Twentynine Palms infantry, New River Ospreys team up in Yuma for helo raid
  124. Marines vaccinated for vicious virus
  125. Production of 15-ton bunker buster sped up
  126. Fake veteran faces 'stolen valor' charge
  127. "Frontline" dissects Afghan quagmire
  128. New Machine Gun for Joes in Afghanistan
  129. Military kids cope with service member suicide
  130. MEF Marines make most of mess night aboard Al Asad
  131. Fallen Marine’s dad wants Afghan changes
  132. Marine widow continues fight to stay in U.S.
  133. Truck Company Marines work hard to play hard
  134. Deployed service members cope with the stress of separation from pregnant spouses
  135. Reporting bad drivers is just a click away
  136. CWOs aboard Al Asad hold inter-service BBQ
  137. Inmate charged in 1987 death of corpsman
  138. Navajo Code Talker dies
  139. A military that recruits can believe in
  140. Breast cancer: A Marine’s biggest battle
  141. 8-year-old's lemonade stand helps out Marines
  142. SAIC to assist Marines with counter-IED training
  143. Men, Women To Enlist In Marines At Bengals Game
  144. Life in Marines a dream come true for Berlin native
  145. Marines execute helicopter support exercises
  146. A day in the life on FOB Geronimo
  147. LHS dean set to run in Marine Corps Marathon to fight Parkinson's Disease
  148. U.S. Marine honored with 2009 Survivor Circle Award
  149. Navy corpsmen teach Afghan soldiers lifesaving techniques
  150. Flag taken by Marine at Saipan draws attention
  151. Marine general caps a 41-year career at Camp Lejeune
  152. Headquarters Battalion Marines take on infantry challenge
  153. Old Timers Reception, where the old meet young
  154. Lejeune-based infanty Marines practice helo tactics in Arizona
  155. Navy commander takes home 34th Marine Corps Marathon
  156. A Marine's Family Says
  157. Marine Corps Marathon: Ooh-rah!
  158. Helicopter crash Afghanistan kills 14 marines
  159. Sending Halloween Candy to Afghanistan
  160. Marines win International Sniper Competition
  161. Marine reservist sentenced for mishandling secret documents, possessing machine gun
  162. Fans of Military History Books Welcome First Biography of Marine Corps Legend Colonel
  163. Marine sentenced for sex assault
  164. Gates: Wounded troops face too much bureaucracy
  165. 'New Media' Effort Fuels Laptops and More for Wounded Troops
  166. Weakened auto industry provides opportunity for Virginia Beach Marine
  167. World War II pilot's tale is 'living history'
  168. Navy doc implements new sleep course in Iraq
  169. N.C. Marines will take part in the commissioning of USS New York
  170. U.S. official resigns over Afghan war
  171. Report: Military aware of C-5 wheel problems
  172. Palm Springs man charged for falsely wearing military medals
  173. Marines in Afghanistan Not Waiting for Obama's Strategy
  174. Marine families get 1,100 frozen turkeys
  175. MILITARY: Marine Corps expands ranks of mental health monitors
  176. Fired therapist: Stressed Marines get shoddy care
  177. Tattoo Removal on the Fastest U.S. Marine
  178. Hollywood Actor's New Role: Serving With Troops in Afghanistan
  179. Riding club offers home for horse enthusiasts
  180. New Policy Bans Tobacco Use at Navy Health Clinics
  181. National Geographic Channel Takes An Unflinching Look At Six Years Of War In Iraq
  182. Allen West to appear on Hannity
  183. Staff NCO Academy adopts new course techniques
  184. Marines improve ability to quickly acquire targets
  185. Service members bring electronic warfare to the ground in Iraq
  186. Marine Unit Prepares for Haiti Response
  187. U.S. Marines land on Iwo Jima to mark anniversary of battle
  188. Marine Earns Top-Shooter Status
  189. Marines reduce footprint in Marjah
  190. Wounded Warriors ride the wave to rehabilitation
  191. Junior Marines ready for more responsibilities in rifle platoon
  192. Recruiting Remains Strong Through March, Officials Say
  193. U.S. military snipers are changing warfare
  194. Pendleton Marine climbs to new heights
  195. 3D MAW (FWD) explores the use of unmanned helicopters
  196. Maritime Raid Force hones precision shooting skills
  197. Realistic Urban Training heats up in El Centro
  198. Military Spouse Appreciation Day recognizes sacrifices
  199. ‘Sweathogs’ construct new helo pad for isolated outpost
  200. Tactical Recovery of Aircraft and Personnel Platoon trains to rescue downed pilots
  201. Georgia Marine awarded Bronze Star for heroic actions
  202. Marines arrive for shooting match
  203. Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician teaches life lessons during OSCAR training
  204. Japanese Self Defense Forces visit 31st MEU to learn amphibious integration
  205. EOD Marines return home
  206. Most ‘Green on Blue’ Attacks Individually Motivated
  207. All-terrain training now required
  208. Combat Logistics Battalion 4 assists realigning Marine Corps forces in Afghanistan
  209. Marines prepare for fuel run, inspect Afghan drivers, trucks
  210. ANOTHER reason to NOT shop at Walmart: Fight or Die
  211. Countries improve marksmanship, strengthen relations during shooting match
  212. ‘Vengeance’ takes flight, lifts off for first deployment
  213. Blue Knights assist narcotics fight
  214. Meet the M27 IAR
  215. A Long Road Home For Liberian US Marine
  216. F-35B lifts off for first flight at Eglin
  217. Marine Werewolves transform into Crusaders, and back again
  218. Marines Remember Their Fallen at Belleau Wood for Memorial Day
  219. MEU employs Yankee-Zulu package on first deployment
  220. Dog tags make it home after 66 years.
  221. Marine’s father ends 2,120-mile hike to Camp Lejeune; raises military awareness
  222. Dedication and Sacrifice
  223. Marines, Afghan National Security put pressure on insurgency
  224. Marines overcome insurgents, clear Kajaki town during Operation Jaws
  225. Marines remember fallen from Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan
  226. Marine Week in Cleveland demonstrations wows crowd.
  227. Staff billets introduce experienced Marines to long-range planning
  228. Helicopter squadrons first outing defines a new standard
  229. Houston Corpsman holds own, saves lives with 2/5 Marines
  230. Mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado. Suspect opens fire at new Batman movie.
  231. New program to broaden horizon for Marines leaving Corps
  232. Obama signs Camp Lejuene health care bill
  233. More Marines Will Deploy Aboard USNS, Even Foreign Ships.
  234. Marine Corps needs more counterintelligence specialists...
  235. Code Talker passes on
  236. Marines to wear Woodland Cammies all year...
  237. Marines adopt new Uniform rules for Cammies & Blues
  238. V-22 Osprey crash's in Okinawa Today...
  239. Osprey in Shallow-Water Landing...
  240. 3/5 Testing new Rifle, M27....
  241. BAE Delivers First Amphibious Combat Vehicles to Marine Corps
  242. Purple Hearts should not be for sale...
  243. Marines using Samsung Smartphones to Order Fire Missions
  244. No Aircraft Carriers anywhere.....
  245. White House petition suggests naming next Navy ship 'USS The Deplorables'
  246. Man Among Last Surviving Marine Raiders from World War II
  247. New Military Concealed Carry Policy Excludes Retirees for Now...
  248. Marines Rescued Injured Operator from Libya in Emergency Mission
  249. Smith & Wesson Unveils New M&P M2.0 Pistol for 2017
  250. First female infantry Marines joining battalion Jan 5....