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53 min ago | Stars and Stripes

Fate helps find relatives of 2 Marines who died in Beirut bombing

Jeff Hudson and wife Debra trace the name of a family member killed during the Marine barracks bombing in Beirut during the 30th Beirut Memorial observation ceremony in Jacksonville, N.C., Oct. 23, 2013.


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53 min ago | Ananova

Security Before Camp Bastion Raid Criticised

British commanders must take some blame for inadequate security at Camp Bastion when it was attacked in 2012, a parliamentary report has concluded.


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3 hrs ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company

Expect delays, altered traffic patterns for Gen. Mundy's funeral

The funeral of four-star Gen. Carl Epting Mundy Jr., the 30th commandant of the United States Marine Corps, will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at First United Methodist Church in Waynesville.


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8 hrs ago |

Princeton U. welcomes back Navy ROTC for first time since Vietnam War

At Princeton University, the Navy ROTC program was on its last legs. Like many elite universities, Princeton was no longer welcoming to a program designed to train students to join the military.


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11 hrs ago | Navy Times

Fire breaks out on cruiser Hue City; no injuries

The first sea pay raise in over a decade will kick in for sailors and Marines with three years or... A new war is on the Navy's horizon, one for keeping the best people with the hottest skills in the... Fire broke out onboard the cruiser Hue City Monday while the ship was crossing the Atlantic Ocean, but no sailors were injured, fleet officials ... (more)


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11 hrs ago |

Sneak Peek: 'NCIS' 'Alleged' episode tackles the serious issue of sexual assault

Sexual assault in the military is still a major, real-life issue, and since "NCIS " reflects what is going on in the armed forces, the topic will be addressed on tonight's episode.


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15 hrs ago | KFMB-TV San Diego

Wounded hero goes extra mile for fellow Marines

What this 28-year-old Marine has accomplished is truly inspiring. And Monday, Rob Jones was honored at a luncheon at the Doubletree San Diego Del Mar for completing an incredible journey.


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19 hrs ago | The Island Packet

Beaufort Liquidation to close following county zoning dispute

Beaufort Liquidation will close its doors later this spring, after a vote by Beaufort County Council on Monday to disallow the shop's weekly outdoor flea market.


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Mon Apr 14, 2014


5. Utah gun owners seek firearms training

Utah is a gun-friendly state, and Utah County might be the gun-friendliest county in the Beehive State.


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Athens Banner-Herald

Sgt. Lance Tipton: striving to make the community's streets safer

Becoming a police officer seemed like a natural progression for Lance Tipton when he was simultaneously serving in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve.


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Morristown Green

Col. Peter J. O'Hagan Jr., Marine, mayor, freeholder mourned in Morris Township

Peter J. O'Hagan Jr., whose public service spanned from Vietnam to the nation's capital to town hall in Morris Township, died over the weekend at Morristown Medical Center.


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Jacksonville Daily News

In-house inpatient now available aboard Camp Lejeune

For close to 30 years, the inpatient psychiatric ward at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune lacked security and an environment conducive to healing.


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Are Joint Chiefs' Cause of Male Rape?

In a video that just surfaced, the acting Commandant of the Coast Guard, Admiral Robert Papp, confirms that Obama's homosexual litmus test for military commanders is real and very much in place.


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Marine Corps Times

Spouse calls out Barrett on Hill testimony

Kristine Schellhaas and her husband, now a mustang infantry officer, at their first Marine Corps Ball in 1996.


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Motorcade travels through Bethlehem to send off U.S. Marine, a Wilson Area High School graduate

As U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Casey O'Donnell prepared to return to training with the 1st Battalion 2nd Marines Bravo Company, his parents wanted as many people as possible to bid him farewell.


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Sun Apr 13, 2014

The Coast News

Marines commemorate the Battle of Ramadi

Nancy Walker approached a great stone slab. Carved in the face of the marbled stone were the names of the Marines of the Second Battalion, 4th Marines killed in action while serving in the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns.


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Free Republic

Marines, Army prepare women for combat

The Marine Corps announced that it would give young female lieutenants who wash out of the grueling Infantry Officer Course a second shot, same as their male counterparts.


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The Miami Herald

Tiny victims of a conspiracy of silence

The Untold Story of Camp Lejeune and the Poisoning of Generations of Marines and Their Families.


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Army Times

Army explores sea-basing helos

The Army is considering certifying some of its attack helicopters to operate from ships - a mission historically conducted by the Marine Corps - as the service looks to broaden the role it would play in an Asia-Pacific battle.


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Combat vets battle an enemy within: Addiction

The first time Pearson Crosby went to the methadone clinic at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center in early 2013, he asked his father to go with him.


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