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Devil Dogs swim with the sharks April 28, 2007 — Lance Cpl. Kyle Cassel (right), a Lancaster, Penn., native, and armorer with Headquarters and Service Battalion on Camp H.M. Smith and Pfc. William Grochocki (left), a Franklin Park, Ill., native, a supply specialist with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii at Kaneohe Bay, photograph Galapagos sharks from inside a MORE
Hawaii kicks off military appreciation month April 26, 2007 — Mayor Mufi Hannemann of the City and County of Honolulu speaks to military service members and guests about sacrifices made by American service members every day during the opening ceremony of the 22nd Annual Hawaii Military Appreciation Month held at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Pearl Harbor’s Ford Island. "I know I speak for the 500,000 people MORE
Aches & Pains blow past G-6 in season opener April 26, 2007 — Experience and aggression helped MARFORPAC’s Aches & Pains volleyball team defeat MARFORPAC G-6 in a best-out-of-three intramural volleyball match at the base gym here, April 26.   Aches & Pains smoked G6 21-12 in the first match, and scorched them 21-4 in the second to seize victory. It was complete domination, with a few intense vollies here and MORE
ANZAC Day Commemoration held at Punchbowl in honor of fallen April 25, 2007 — The 92nd anniversary of Australia and New Zealand Army Corps Day was observed at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Punchbowl, April 25.   Wednesday also marked the 35th year the commemoration was held at the Punchbowl with U.S. Marine Corps support.    Australians and New Zealanders around the world hold this day special, in MORE
Tattoo sleeves become taboo in Corps April 13, 2007 — While most Marines have their own opinion on tattoos, the Corps’ is the only one that counts.    The new policy explained in MarAdmin 198/07 went into affect April 1.  It bans new sleeve tattoos on the arm or leg that are visible in physical training T-shirts or shorts or getting additions to existing sleeves.  This includes quarter, half and full MORE
Inked: New order bans some sleeve tattoos April 13, 2007 — For many Marines, having a tattoo is as fundamental to their identity as their utility uniform or high-and-tight haircut. Tattoos have been used to visually display a leatherneck’s pride in the Corps, or even to commemorate a fallen comrade. It was therefore with some anxiety that Marines first heard that a new and more restrictive tattoo policy MORE