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A look at the war in Iraq through the eyes of the US Military  Popular

A look at the war in Iraq through the eyes of the US Military. These pictures were taken in Iraq by Marines! Look at the motivation section and glance through ideas on how to truly help support troops! I also have a great link collection for military personnel transferring to the civilian sector of life.
Added on: 08-Jul-2004 | hits: 685
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Beirut Veterans of America  Popular

The BVA was established in 1992 by Beirut veterans who wanted a fraternal organization. They were dedicated to keeping the memories alive of those comrades who paid the supreme sacrifice in supporting America's quest for peace in Lebanon.
Added on: 11-Feb-2004 | hits: 1047
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Bob Rohrer Personal USMC Website  Popular

Memories of my time in the USMC 1956 ? 1962 at MCRD Parris Island; 3rd Marines, Camp Bishagawa, Okinawa; and 5th Marines Camp Margarita, at Pendleton. Story in pictures and detailed PDF descriptions. Check it out!
Added on: 08-Mar-2004 | hits: 887
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In Memory of Capt. Robert D Kent, USMC/POW_MIA  Popular

Dedicated to the Memory of Captain Robert D Kent, USMC-POW/MIA Lossed in Vietnam, December 1968
Added on: 10-Dec-2007 | hits: 670
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Oliver Jackson's USMC Homepage  Popular

This site is dedicated to those who so galantly served with the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines, 1st Marine Division.
Added on: 14-Oct-2001 | hits: 1612
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Sgt Jackson Time in the Marines  Popular

Memories of my time in the USMC 1963 - 1967 and to Honor my fellow Marines: MCRD Parris Island; Training Dates:April 9 - June 27 1963, 1st Battalion 5th Marines  Sept 20 - Nov 24 1963, 2nd Battalion 3rd Marines Nov 26 1963 - Nov 24 1964 , 1st Bn1st Marines Nov 24 1964 - Aug 16 1966
Added on: 09-Oct-2007 | hits: 700
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The Squadbay  Popular

A web site built by Marines for Marines and FMF Corpsmen. We have Chat, Discussion boards, Graphics, Marine Corps History, Marine Corps news and much more! Semper Fidelis!
Added on: 08-Jan-2004 | hits: 1068
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Tom's Place  Popular

A personal website featuring military photos, family photos. It also has some of my poetry, short fiction, stage plays, and short essays. I have a POW/MIA support page and some veteran and military links of interest.
Added on: 28-Feb-2003 | hits: 1208
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USMC Combat Wife  Popular

In honor of my husband Brad who served with M Co. 3/5 in 67-68...for all combat veterans and their families and friends to share related information.
Added on: 28-Apr-2003 | hits: 661
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USMCRonbo  Popular

My personal site with pages for my former Marine Corps unit 2nd Bn 5th Marines, Gulf War, Iwo Jima, POW/MIA's, in Memory of, Parris Island, and others.
Added on: 17-Jul-2002 | hits: 1199
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West Loch Warriors  Popular

A Gathering of US Marines that served at the Loch. You know who you are.
Added on: 06-Mar-2004 | hits: 781
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This Day in History
1865: Confederate General Joseph Johnston officially surrenders his army to General William T. Sherman at Durham Station, North Carolina.

1865: John Wilkes Booth is killed when Union soldiers track him down to a Virginia farm 12 days after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln.

1865: Joseph E. Johnston surrenders the Army of Tennessee to Sherman.

1937: The ancient Basque town of Guernica in northern Spain is bombed by German planes.

1952: Armistice negotiations are resumed.

1971: The U.S. command in Saigon announces that the U.S. force level in Vietnam is 281,400 men, the lowest since July 1966.

1972: President Nixon, despite the ongoing communist offensive, announces that another 20,000 U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Vietnam in May and June, reducing authorized troop strength to 49,000.