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marine

of or pertaining to the sea.
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This is a well-written book whose low-key and personable style belies the intensity and strength that these Marines personified in taking the city.
John Digiovanni, the avionics officer of Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 36.
The documentary, which is available on the Jarhead collector's edition DVD, chronicles the real life experiences of several Marine Corps Iraq War veterans and a Persian Gulf War veteran.
Some of his marine insurance clients believe that federal regulations will soon include such identification links as part of Customs and Border Protection port security initiatives.
He was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Twentynine Palms.
Every federal, state, and local marine enforcement officer should have training that addresses the current trends in worldwide maritime terrorism.
The Marines, Ricks says, ultimately were rescued by two men: James Webb, a Vietnam veteran and novelist whose books chronicled the alienation between elites and the military and heavily influenced the outlook of those who served after him; and Alfred Gray, the no-nonsense grunt-empathizing general whom Webb, as secretary of the Navy under Ronald Reagan, appointed commandant of the corps.
Deep Blue Marine divers worked underwater with Cross Marine divers and assisted in the recovery of 160,000 pounds of twisted torn metal and cable to the waiting recovery vessel Charity Eden, where Deep Blue and Cross Marine deck hands prepared it for removal from the site.
Reist, commanding general of the 1st Marine Logistics Group, came from nearby Camp Fallujah to recognize the Marines and thanked them as he presented the award.
Even at the beginning of World War 11, the small size of the Marine Coups enabled it to attract enough white recruits to meet its needs.