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Marine tied to Charlottesville violence booted from service


Camp Lejeune honoring first African-American Marines


Mississippi honors Marine plane crash victims with memorial


Army to introduce new fitness test that drops sit-ups


Camp Lejeune Marine connected to Charlottesville rally faces imprisonment


Chicago soldier killed in Korea finally being laid to rest


Jacksonville Readiness Center renamed after guardsman killed in Iraq


Officials urged to meet with NAACP about Coast Guard Academy


US Marines' bravery celebrated 100 years after French battle


Civil Rights Historians tell little known story of WWII vet


Terrorism exhibit now part of 82nd Airborne Division museum


Seymour Johnson AFB three-day security exercise wraps up Wednesday


NC vet gets top US civilian award for facing enemy, racism


Local residents to soar with the Angels


Fort Bragg chaplain faces discipline on discrimination claim


Bragg school named for woman who pushed for desegregation


Goldsboro flier shot down over Laos in 1968 laid to rest today


Marines once stationed at New River among helicopter crash victims


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