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Night Time is the Hardest

Since my young Marine deployed to the Middle East a few months ago, I’ve worked especially hard to stay busy. I fill my days with activity, most of it worthy, or at least pleasurable to me. 520 more words

Half-mast honors Tuesday for sailors who died on the Fitzgerald

NavyTimes, By Mark D. Faram, June 27, 2017

Acting Secretary of the Navy of the Navy Sean J. Stackley has ordered the “National Ensign of the United States” to be flown at half-staff from dawn to dusk June 27 on all Navy and Marine Corps buildings and installations as well as on all naval vessels. 109 more words

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Movie Review: Megan Leavey

I wanted to be an MP in the Army and work in a K-9 unit. Then I realized I was not the right fit for the military and decided to play to my strengths as a writer. 611 more words

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2 Marines Injured In Fire At Air Station Miramar

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Authorities say a sudden burst of fire at a Marine Corps air station has injured two Marines who were performing routine aircraft maintenance. 134 more words

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Our First Haulout

There comes a time in every large boat’s life when it must be hauled out of the water for services.

They say you should do it once a year, at a minimum. 832 more words

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Combat Art Gallery Opening at National Museum of the Marine Corps

(Finally!)

Mark down Sunday, 9 July, on your calendars:

On July 9, 2017, the National Museum of the Marine Corps will open a new Marine Corps Combat Art Gallery.

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US Marines resume F-35 flights at Yuma Air Station

The Marine Corps said 14 of its F-35B fighters are back up and running just a day after software issues grounded the planes at an Arizona air field. 576 more words

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