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marine

of or pertaining to the sea.
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His description of each individual lets us mourn the loss of each Marine also, as his prose is sufficiently vivid to let the reader walk the streets with 1st Pltn.
The squadron began using the AIRSpeed system June 5, after officers and staff noncommissioned officers came back to Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 36 from stateside classes on the system.
For every Oliver North, I hear from numerous other veterans--especially Marines--who recognize themselves in the story I told, and recognize the same Marine Corps that they served in.
The additional levels of bureaucracy imposed upon inland marine carriers--including facets of the MTSA and the Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act of 1995--also subject the insurer to additional scrutiny.
He was assigned to 8th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.
Before the tragic events of September 11, marine enforcement officers received specialized training to combat drug smuggling and illegal immigration and to protect America's natural resources and environment.
Other examples of the intercalation of basic biomedical sciences with ocean sciences exist, and in this treatise I attempt to draw attention to several discoveries and/or models derived from marine science programs that have served the entire biomedical community.
That was the first time I got to spend a lot of intimate time in a marine ecosystem.
Under the agreement, three Navy squadrons will participate in the Marine Corps' Unit Deployment Program (UDP) rotation, deploying to the western Pacific with the Marines for approximately six months at a time.
Recently, Brucella has been found to cause infections in marine mammals (7,8).
This is the same situation examined by Mercury Marine, a manufacturer of outboard and inboard marine engines in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and its Mercury Castings Div.
Ricks' detailed week-by-week chronology of the recruits' experience tends to reflect their lows and highs, lagging during repetitive exercises such as rifle training, and climaxing during Basic Warrior Training, or "Warrior Week," when the recruits go into the woods for a dose of crawling through the mud and a taste of real combat, and return, says Ricks, "more Marine than not.