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Marines bring birthday ceremony to veteran
Jacksonville Daily News 11/13/2006
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Marines treat dead in Iraq with dignity, respect
Stars and Stripes  11/12/2006
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Marine Corps News
Maintenance Marines 'up' armor defenses
By Lance Cpl. Ryan L. Tomlinson
1st Marine Logistics Group
A Marine dons his body armor and straps a Kevlar helmet over his head. He’s ready to go on the road, armed with the knowledge that he and his Marines are protected with newly installed vehicle armor. Motor vehicle mechanics with Maintenance Compa ...
 Full Story . . . (Submitted on: Nov. 15, 2006)
Systems Command’s Dillon receives second Presidential Rank Award
By - Corporate Communications
Headquarters Marine Corps
“The Few, The Proud, The Marines” not only applies to the Marine in uniform, but also to Civilian Marines. Barry Dillon, executive director of the Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM), personifies this description. For the second time in ...
 Full Story . . . (Submitted on: Nov. 14, 2006)
Hagee retires, Conway appointed 34th commandant
By Cpl. Aaron K. Clark
Marine Barracks 8th & I
Gen. James T. Conway became the 34th Commandant of the Marine Corps, Monday, after assuming command from Gen. Michael W. Hagee during a passage of command ceremony here. Hagee’s retirement ceremony took place earlier Monday morning, ending 42 year ...
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First Long War Marine to receive Medal of Honor
By Staff Sgt. Scott Dunn
Headquarters Marine Corps
A corporal who died shielding men in his care from a bursting grenade deserves America’s highest military decoration, President Bush has confirmed ( Actions by Cpl. Jason L. Dunham, who would have turned 25 ...
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24th MEU celebrates Marine Corps birthday at sea
By Cpl. Matt Lyman
24th MEU
As their latest deployment draws to a close, Marines of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit celebrated the Marine Corps’ 231st birthday aboard the ship named for one of the Corps’ costliest battles, which also gave way to one of the most enduring symb ...
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31st MEU celebrates the Corps' 231st birthday while underway
By Lance Cpl. Kamran Sadaghiani
31st MEU
Since the United States Marine Corps' establishment in 1775, Marines across the globe celebrate the Marine Corps' birthday, whether if they are on a Marine base or in the deserts of Iraq and Afghanistan. For more than a thousand Marines of the 31st M ...
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