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  Once the smaller islands were in US hands, the Marines moved. At 0910 hours the Ist and 3rd Batteries of 5th Marines took Beach Red. The landing was unopposed. 3rd battery of the 1st Marines took Mount Austin to the southwest. The going was slow. The thickly wooded island was almost impenetrable to anyone, […]

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Newest Marine Corps Commercial

by Daniel Russ on January 28, 2010

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One Marine Killed, Four Wounded, Afghan Soldier Killed, And British Journalist Killed In An IED Attack In Afghanistan.

January 10, 2010

“KABUL — An embedded British journalist and an American Marine accompanying him were killed in Ghazni province when the vehicle they were traveling in struck a roadside bomb, the British Ministry of Defense announced Sunday. The journalist killed Saturday was Rupert Hamer, a defense correspondent from the British newspaper the Sunday Mirror who was accompanying […]

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Grumman F9F Panther, The United States Navy’s First Successful Jet Fighter

December 28, 2009

“The Navy accepted a total of 1,388 F9F Panthers. The Navy and Marine Corps Panthers that were deployed in Korea, flew about 78,000 combat sorties. On November 9, 1950, the Panther became the first carrier jet to engage a jet-powered enemy; a “Mig-15 of the Chinese Peoples Republic.”

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MV-22 At Mountain Warfare Training Center

July 5, 2009

Marine Mountaintop
by Sean Meade
A MV-22 Osprey makes one of many landings at the Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport, Calif., June 25, 2009. The Osprey crew is assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 261 based out of Marine Corps Air Station New River, N.C. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Michael Nerl

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