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SOI FLEXES MUSCLES FOR FOREIGN OFFICERS April 27, 2000 —                               Senior officers from 12 nations met at the School of Infantry April 11 to  view a static display of firepower the Marine Corps uses when storming the  beach.   The 18 officers were here as part of the 42nd annual International Senior  Officers Amphibious Planning course at Naval Air Station North Island.   The 11-week MORE
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Helo support Marine no longer 'lone Wolf' April 27, 2000 — Law enforcement, military service and the priesthood -- all share a foundation in community service.   That?s what attracted LCpl. Timothy Wolf.   Wolf, "Wolfy" or "Wolfman," as some people call him, considered all three professions and is testing the military side through the Marine Corps.   While pursuing community service, Wolf, a 20-year-old MORE
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SOI flexes muscle for foreign officers April 27, 2000 — Senior officers from 12 nations met at the School of Infantry April 11 to view a static display of firepower the Marine Corps uses when storming the beach.   The 18 officers were here as part of the 42nd annual International Senior Officers Amphibious Planning course at Naval Air Station North Island.   The 11-week course covers concepts and MORE
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CRYING SKY SHROUDS SOMBER MEMORIAL'REALITY OF SERVICE' UNDERSCORED BY LOSS April 20, 2000 — The sky cried and the wind howled as Leathernecks and family members surrounded 15 field-loaded packs and stacks of M16 service rifles in formation on the San Mateo parade deck Monday. The packs, each garnished with cammie-netted Kevlars, small flags, flowers and the name of an ill-fated Marine, were at the center of a ceremony 3rd Battalion, 5th MORE
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CRYING SKY SHROUDS SOMBER MEMORIAL 'REALITY OF SERVICE' UNDERSCORED BY LOSS OF MEN April 20, 2000 — The sky cried and the wind howled as Leathernecks and family members surrounded 15 field-loaded packs and stacks of M16 service rifles in formation on the San Mateo parade deck Monday. The packs, each garnished with cammie-netted Kevlars, small flags, flowers and the name of an ill-fated Marine, were at the center of a ceremony 3rd Battalion, 5th MORE
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"WARRIOR" GAME SHOW DEBUTS April 20, 2000 — Game shows are all the craze today, offering chances to win millions on prime-time television. The stakes here are not as high, but Marines at KPEN-TV Channels 17 and 30 produced their own game show at the School of Infantry's Advanced MORE
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3/5 Marines share memories of lost brothers;reflections of endearing personalities, passionate commitment to Corps and one April 13, 2000 — When "I" Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, holds a formation, they're missing an entire squad -- 14 Marines who died during an MV-22 Osprey training mission Saturday in the desert of Marana, Ariz. The Marines died when the Osprey crashed during nighttime operational testing as part of training to evacuate civilians from hostile MORE
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NCIS salutes 'prosecutor of the year' February 08, 2000 — A Navy lieutenant's handling of a high-profile murder case became the inspiration for the first "Prosecutor of the Year" award for a Camp Pendleton-based lawyer.   Agents from U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service here decided to formally recognize the teamwork between themselves and the legal community, according to Daniel D. Simas, resident MORE
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