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Rifle/Pistol Team nabs gold for Eastern Division May 18, 2006 — The Parris Island Rifle and Pistol Team competed in the Marine Corps Eastern Division Championship and returned home with first place in both rifle and pistol competitions.The rifle and pistol team, admired for its precision and exceptional shooting skills, traveled to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejuene, N.C., to compete against a myriad of other MORE
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Depot Tax Center files '05 tax year into record books May 18, 2006 — With the state and federal tax season finally over, the Depot Tax Center was able to tally the amount of clients they helped with their 2005 taxes.   The center was expecting to break the number of taxes filed last year, and they did just that.  The 2004 tax year brought 1,650 clients to the tax center, and this year they beat it with 1,670 MORE
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Parris Island fire fighters inform local community through annual Emergency Medical Services Week activities May 18, 2006 — The nation has dedicated one week each year since 1974 to the courageous individuals working as emergency medical service providers.   This year, the American College of Emergency Physicians continued its traditions and celebrated its 33rd Annual Emergency Medical Services week aboard Parris Island May 15-19.   The week-long series of events MORE
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Lance Cpl. Mac prepares to pass on the legacy of Depot Mascot May 18, 2006 — The time to bid farewell to the Corps comes during every Marine's career. Lance Cpl. Mac, the former Depot mascot, will soon be that retiring Marine.   The seven-year-old English bulldog, followed the path many Marines have taken and began his Marine Corps adventure as a Parris Island recruit. Since his graduation, he has served his country by MORE
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Check out 'Semper Fi: The Definitive Illustrated Guide to the U.S. Marines' May 18, 2006 — It's common knowledge among most Marines today that Gunnery Sgt. Dan Daly was the recipient of two Medals of Honor or that the hellish island of Iwo Jima was the stage for one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. But what about the events and people who came before and after these great acts of valor and epic conflicts?"Semper Fi: The MORE
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DI receives Navy Cross for extraordinary bravery in Iraq May 18, 2006 — The Marine Corps has a long tradition of excellence in the line of duty. Marines stretching from 1775 to present times are recognized and remembered for their selfless acts and quick thinking on and off the battlefield. On May 12, another Marine was recognized for his actions.   Sergeant Jeremiah Workman, a drill instructor with Delta Company, 2nd MORE
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Depot Marine receives Civitas award for Military Officer Leadership Excellence May 01, 2006 — Lieutenant Col. Patrick J. Campbell, staff judge advocate for the Depot, was presented with a certificate and an engraved, glass trophy for the Civitas Military Officer Leadership award by the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce April 20.    Civitas, which is the Latin word for "city-state," is a program designed by the chamber of commerce to MORE
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