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Posts Tagged ‘Ceremonies/Events’

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    Bigger, Stronger, Tougher

    Soldiers with 1st Company, Commando Battalion, 7th Iraqi Army Division, graduated from a four-week training course designed by Military Transition Team 7 of Multi-National Force – West to help the soldiers hone their combat skills.  [Read more...]

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    Hang loose in the Heart of Honolulu

    Chief Tuimauga, a member of the Hale Koa Hotel luau, demonstrates the skill of climbing a tree to retrieve coconuts. The Hale Koa, an Armed Forces Recreation Center resort, hosts a luau on Mondays and  [Read more...]

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    The Long Salute

    Staff Sgt. Tim Chambers renders a long salute as he’s done for the past seven years to honor the fallen American service members. – Photo by Cpl. Scott Schmidt ‘The bullets of morality fire more  [Read more...]

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    Farewell ‘Brute’

    Marine Corps legend passes away at age 95 MARINE CORPS AIR STATION MIRAMAR, Calif. – Service members from across the country gathered Jan. 8 to say goodbye to a legend who helped set the standard  [Read more...]

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    Hallowed Ground

    Yuma-based Avengers’ history reawakened on trip to Wake Island WAKE ISLAND — More than 67 years ago, the forbearers of one Yuma-based squadron faced impossible odds on this remote Pacific atoll as swells of Japanese troops  [Read more...]

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    Polar Plunge

    More than 300 Marines, sailors and Onslow County, N.C., residents get ready to sprint toward the winter-chilled ocean at Onslow Beach for the 3rd Annual Polar Plunge Jan. 10. The event raised more than $13,000  [Read more...]

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    Honorable Acts

    Lance Cpl. Joshua R. Mooi, a 22-year-old from Boeing Berk, Ill., receives the Navy Cross from Col. Robert G. Oltman during an awards ceremony Jan. 8. Three Marines and a corpsman were also awarded the  [Read more...]