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Online bank fraud alert, prevention July 13, 2005 — Navy Federal Credit Union recently announced a new fraud alert targeting Navy Federal bank members.   The fraud comes in the form of an e-mail that greatly resembles Web pages from the Navy Federal Web site.   The e-mail states that the user’s account has recently been reviewed and there are suspected unauthorized automated teller machine MORE
A fence won’t keep everything out, Marine Security Guards will July 08, 2005 — April 18, 1983, a building in Beirut, Lebanon was bombed, killing 63 people. Sept. 20, 1984, 24 people were killed when a bomb slams a shopping annex in Aukar, Lebanon. Aug. 7, 1998, buildings in Kenya, Nairobe and Dar es’ Salaam were decimated simultaneously, killing 291 people.   Every one of these bombings targeted a U.S. Embassy in an attempt MORE
Marine Corps has more to offer June 27, 2005 — “Feet and elbows 45 degrees, one point of black, tight fists, lean back,” barks a Marine drill instructor.  He stands in front of a platoon of Marine recruits in formation for drill.  Every aspect of their posture and the way they carry their rifles was near perfect as they execute the sequenced drill movements.    It is this attention to detail MORE
Marines, sailors feed homeless June 24, 2005 — More than 40 Marines and sailors from Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe Bay and Camp H. M. Smith spent a day helping out those less fortunate in Honolulu June 24.   The service members made their monthly visit to the Institute for Human Services, a homeless shelter downtown, where they cleaned it up before preparing and serving lunch.   "They got to MORE
Mine resistant ambush protected vehicles counter IEDs, ambushes June 24, 2005 — “Block off all their main and secondary supply lines for these are their main arteries, and ambush them along those routes for they are exposed and easy prey.”   These words from Abu Musab al-Zarqawi were cited by the Winds of Change website, showing the real danger for convoys traveling Marine supply lines in Iraq.   There have been 341 Marines MORE
Marine under par for career June 09, 2005 — His smile widens as the junior Marine walks into his office. Marine Corps posters and golf trophies flank the young corporal as he's greeted by a firm handshake and a likeable southern accent. He takes a seat, and they both lean forward. Before the interview, they breach the subject of family, and Staff Sgt. Benjamin Dillon, career planner, shares MORE
Daily routine for MPs keeps Camp Smith safe May 04, 2005 — A suicide bomber in a pickup truck loaded with more than 2,000 pounds of explosives crashed into the U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, April 18, 1983. Sixty-three people were killed, including 17 Americans and one Marine.   In 1996 aboard Naval Submarine Base Bangor, two men employed by Johnson Controls Inc., the base operating services coordinator, MORE
Faith, the line of duty April 01, 2005 — Cpl. Darrell Jetter Headquarters Battalion G-1 and other Marines from Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, bow their heads in prayer at the 2005 Hawaii Prayer Breakfast at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, April 15.    Marines from Hawaii were invited to participate in the 26th annual prayer breakfast free of charge. A pre-breakfast concert was held, MORE
DOD puts a pause on anthrax… again November 02, 2004 — The Defense Department put a temporary pause on all anthrax shots to military personnel while they review an injunction issued by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Oct. 27.   This is similar to the temporary injunction issued last December, at which time Department of   Defense paused the vaccination program for two weeks MORE
Haters capture victory 19-6 October 13, 2004 — The 3rd Radio Battalion Haters finally put one in the win column as they beat the Camp Smith Raiders 19-6 at Pop Warner Field Wed.   The Raiders offense looked promising at times under the play of new quarterback Daniel Turner, but dropped passes and turnovers kept the Raiders from scoring more than once. In five games the Raiders have scored just MORE

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