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NHB sailor earns chance to play for All Armed Forces team November 21, 2003 — A Naval Hospital Beaufort sailor is currently competing at Charleston Air Force Base to become one of 12 athletes selected to play on the All Armed Forces Basketball team.  If selected, Seaman M. Heson Groves will travel with the team to compete in the World Military Games in Catania, Sicily, which are held every four years since 1995.   One MORE
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Holiday season means busy time for Parris Island band November 21, 2003 — With the holiday season well under way, families gather, gifts are exchanged and bands perform.   Playing many of their concerts during the last few months of each year, the Parris Island Marine Band is working overtime during this busy season.   On top of everything they have to do on a weekly basis -- Morning Colors, drill, and graduations - the MORE
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Steelers' cheerleaders dominate state competition November 21, 2003 — The Marine Corps Community Services-South Carolina Laurel Bay Steelers 11- to 12-year-old girls cheerleading squad was named the Grand Champion of the state cheerleading competition in Irmo, S.C. Saturday.   The girls, made up mostly of 10-year-olds, started from scratch at the beginning of football season with a new coach and little or no MORE
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Toys for Tots provides chance to give back for Christmas November 21, 2003 — The most recent War in Iraq and the continuing Middle East turmoil has entrenched the Marine Corps mantra that "Every Marine is a rifleman," in the minds of the American people. However, the Marine Corps' contributions to the home front community can often be lost among the heroic headlines.   The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program is MORE
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Veterinary clinic warns of rabies virus, urges caution November 21, 2003 — Most Depot residents have probably seen a cat or two scurrying around, but do not stop to think about the dangers these seemingly harmless strays can bring.   In 2001, there were 143 cases of rabies reported in animals in South Carolina, according to the Center for Disease Control. In light of the possibility of spreading to Parris Island, the MORE
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Shooters take aim at Rod and Gun Club's Turkey Shoot November 21, 2003 — Aiming in downrange at a paper target 25 yards away, more than 500 service members, civilians and their families tested their shooting skills during the Rod and Gun Club's annual Turkey Shoot at the old skeet range Saturday.   At $1 per shot, relays of 20 participants lined up in front of the targets using a 410-, 12-, 16- or 20-guage shotgun in an MORE
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Battle shines on drill field despite life's challenges November 21, 2003 — Sergeant Sheri Battle's booming voice ripped through her squad bay like a bolt of lightning that had just found its mark, while one of her recruits stumbled nervously through a report.   "What time of day is it recruit?" asked Battle, already knowing the answer to the simple question. "Have you eaten afternoon chow?"   "No ma'am," answered the MORE
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Finance warns; Travel card misuse will lead to action November 14, 2003 — The Depot Finance Office has recently experienced an increase in customers who are both unfamiliar and unaware of Marine Corps regulations regarding government credit card use.The Corps' policy regarding the use of government credit cards is not new, but according to James L. Walker, officer-in-charge of the Depot's Travel Section, many Marines are MORE
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Marines celebrate Corps' 228th birthday; one mile at a time November 14, 2003 — Depot Marines celebrated the Marine Corps' 228th Birthday, not by cutting a cake or reading Gen. John A. Lejeune's birthday message, but by running 228 miles collectively - one mile for each Marine Corps year.Drill instructors from Golf Co., 2nd RTBn., paid homage to the Marine Corps by running 228 miles, beginning Sunday afternoon and ending MORE
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Military salutes families for sacrifice, dedication with observance in Nov.;; November 14, 2003 — Physical training, a full workday, picking up the kids from daycare, preparing dinner and cleaning the house are a few of the many tasks required of a military family. They do all of this with little or no time off to recoup and still must maintain a positive family atmosphere.   To show appreciation for the hard work and sacrifices made by MORE
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