Proceedings Magazine - November 2006 Vol. 132/11/1,245

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Lest We Forget: Swede Vejtasa, VF-51 (Part 2)

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The Ghosts of Iwo Jima

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General James L. Jones will close out a distinguished 40-year career as a Marine early next year, though the Jones family tradition of continuous...

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Like many veterans, former Marine Gunnery Sergeant Jack C. Carroll has spent much of his life trying to push the memories of his war years to the...

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This year's annual Marine issue coincides with a number of events of major importance to the Corps. Perhaps most significant is the investiture...

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I had the opportunity to preview Clint Eastwood's latest directorial effort in Paramount Pictures' Screening Room here in Manhattan. It is truly...

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The Marine detachment of the USS Maine (BB-2) embarks at Hampton Roads in 1897. A few months later, on Tuesday, 15 February...

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