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Will Loss Of Marines Hurt Businesses?

Updated: 02/18/2009 - With 8 thousand Marines from Camp Lejeune headed overseas this spring many local businesses are a bit worried about what the loss may bring for them.

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500 Camp Lejeune Marines Back From Iraq

Posted: 02/17/2009 - It was cheers, applause, and tears of joy as hundreds of family members greeted more than 500 Marines and Sailors at Camp Lejeune Tuesday as they arrived home from Iraq.

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Judge Refuses To Toss Charges In Blackwater Case

Posted: 02/17/2009 - A federal judge has given a green light to the manslaughter case against five former Blackwater Worldwide security guards accused of spraying innocent Iraqis with machine-gun fire.

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Opponents Of Navy Practice-Landing Strip Gear Up

Posted: 02/17/2009 - Residents of rural communities in northeast North Carolina and southeast Virginia are building their case against the Navy's plan to build a jet landing strip in their backyards.

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Memorial Services For Dead Marine

Updated: 02/16/2009 - Memorial services took placed for a Marine who authorities say died of self inflicted wounds back in January.

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Legislation Would Ban Foreign-Made U.S. Flags

Posted: 02/14/2009 - Republican Congressman Walter Jones and a Democrat colleague have joined forces to sponsor legislation that would prohibit foreign-made U.S. flags.

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Decorated Navy Corpsman Hit By Bullet, Dies At Camp Lejeune

Updated: 02/12/2009 - A Navy corpsman from Camp Lejeune died Monday after he was hit by a bullet on the Jacksonville base, according to officials. As of Thursday morning, there is no update in the case according to base officials.

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Judge Deals Blow To Families Suing Blackwater

Posted: 02/10/2009 - The beleaguered wrongful death lawsuit filed by survivors of four Blackwater Worldwide contractors killed in a grisly ambush during a mission through Iraq five years ago has sustained yet another blow.

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2 U.S. Soldiers Defusing Bomb Killed In Afghanistan

Updated: 04/27/2009 - A U.S. military spokeswoman says two American soldiers were among four people killed in southern Afghanistan when a roadside bomb they were trying to disarm exploded.

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Charges Dropped In Guantanamo Terror Trial

Updated: 02/06/2009 - The Pentagon's senior judge overseeing terror trials at Guantanamo Bay dropped charges Thursday against an al-Qaida suspect in the 2000 USS Cole bombing, upholding President Barack Obama's order to freeze military tribunals there.

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Agent Orange Exposure Hits Eastern Carolina Family Hard

Updated: 02/06/2009 - It is a chemical that forever changed the lives of Vietnam vets and their offspring. Agent Orange is a chemical used during the war between 1962 and 1971 was initially a big help fighting enemy forces. But the United States' decision to use the herbicide turned out to create a non-stop fight against the health problems it caused and one local family is living proof.

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Valentine's Cards For The Troops

Updated: 02/03/2009 - It's not Valentine's Day yet, but don't tell that to Marines at New River Air Station in Onslow County.

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