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Donating blood saves lives March 16, 2011 — When you donate blood you save and improve the lives of service members and their families. The U.S. has been at war for more than nine years. According to the 2011 Defense Casualty Report more than 5,500 service members have died in combat operations and more than 42,000 have been injured. Without donations to the Armed Services Blood Program, it MORE
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III Marine Expeditionary Force provides support to those affected by tsunami March 14, 2011 — Marines and Sailors from III Marine Expeditionary Force continue to provide support for foreign humanitarian assistance operations from Okinawa to mainland Japan. The operation, known as Tomodachi, means “friends” in Japanese and was chosen by Japan.  Today, III MEF personnel and gear departed the Naha Military Port at 9 a.m. on the High Speed MORE
Marines promote fitness among next generation March 08, 2011 — It was just another day at school, until the Marines arrived.  Six Marine volunteers with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific shared their enthusiasm for physical fitness with the students at Aiea Elementary School, here March 8.  The Marines volunteered to help the school’s physical education teacher with her classes as part of MarForPac’s MORE
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MarForPac launches family readiness site with a twist March 07, 2011 — Officials with Headquarters and Service Battalion, U. S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, launched a new, family readiness information website with controlled access and social-networking capabilities on March 7.  The site is called “eMarine” and it is designed to provide family readiness officers a secure means to pass information to Marines, Sailors MORE