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Marines and their families have endured the brunt of a two-front war for more than nine years. With less than 100 Marines left in Iraq, the Corps looks toward Afghanistan determined to achieve the same result, securing a brighter future for the nation.

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9 Responses

  1. Ramlifethi says:

    wwwoow sad picture

  2. JOSEPH ORTIZ says:

    Thank you marines

  3. Joan says:

    I am praying for you, & your leaders, & your families everday. God Bless you.

  4. Sgt. Sneden says:

    Casteel: In an attempt to keep the updates to this page fresh, we do not publish all the content from each magazine at once. The Green Bullets will be coming soon. Thank you.

  5. Casteel says:

    I’ve been trying to find the “Green Bullets” section on this site- can’t seem to find it- anyone know where it is? It’s in the magazine on pg 9, but I haven’t seen anything in here about it.

  6. lauren davis says:

    ive got big shoes to fill but i cant wait to do my part as a future marine. im so proud to be a part of this.

  7. marhia clark says:

    god bless, the marines.

  8. brazilianguy says:

    The wolrd need to understand you work guys, God bless you all.

  9. Brian Kester says:

    Nice feature not sure when it was implemented. I think you should have the photographers name. PLus, a next or previous button. I can’t go to Flickr, it is blocked here. Even if I could not everyone likes to go there. Tease it and make it readily accessable like MSN Week in Pictures. THat thing rocks my socks off! Errr