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Saying Goodbye

Saying goodbye to Chris for his second deployment was just as hard as the first. He was supposed to fly out last week and luckily his flights were messed up so we were able to spend one last weekend together. 292 more words

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FALLEN HEROES - Marine Pfc. Randolph Allen of Rush

Marine Missing From WWII Accounted For

The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, lost during World War II, have been identified and are being returned to his family for burial with full military honors. 321 more words

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Marines Prepare For Future War With Robot Horses And Swimming Trucks

Robots bring lunch to the battlefields of tomorrow.

Source: www.popsci.com

One of the purposes of the current RIMPAC training exercise is to test new or experimental equipment in simulated combat situations.  

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Marines Test Capabilities of Attack Helicopters - a video report

U.S. Marine Corps Cobra Pilot Capt. Dana Howe, Marine Light Attack Helicopter 267, a Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course 2-14 student, talks about the history and capability of the AH-1W and AH-1Z aircraft at Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One – video courtesy of the United States Marine Corps: 36 more words

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I had physical therapy today.  Afterwards, I had a meeting to discuss an upcoming event.  Then I had 45 min to prepare to brief a bunch of Air Force commanders…and this is how I showed up. 139 more words

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The OCS Experience- Pt. 2

Well folks, this is my final post about OCS and my experiences with the Marine Corps. Not surprisingly, writing these (and the conversations that result) bring a great amount of closure…I’m ready to end this chapter of my life. 733 more words

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