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BOOKS
October 3, 2004 | Anthony Day, Anthony Day is a contributing writer to Book Review.
Early in "State of Grace," a memoir of Baltimore Sun reporter Robert Timberg's youth in the 1950s and the early 1960s, he sends signals that it will be a tale of some bitterness, even surliness.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 9, 1990
Although the highest-ranking U.S. Marine said Wednesday that there are no immediate plans to dispatch elements of the Camp Pendleton-based 1st Marine Division to the Middle East in response to the Iraq-Kuwait crisis, a well-placed source who requested anonymity said Marines would be leaving for the area and may already have left. Gen. Alfred M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1991
A Marine officer who heroically defended the Camp Pendleton-based 1st Marine Division Command Post against an attack by superior Iraqi forces Feb. 25 was awarded the Navy Cross in a ceremony Thursday at Twentynine Palms. Capt. Eddie Ray, whose hometown is Los Angeles, received the nation's second-highest military decoration--the highest is the Medal of Honor--from Lt. Gen. Royal Moore, commanding general, Fleet Marine Force, as 1,400 Marines in formation looked on.
WORLD
January 13, 2005 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
Although the ferocity of insurgents is generally attributed to religious fervor and a hatred of America, Marines who participated in the November assault on Fallouja say many of their foes also had something else to bolster their tenacity: drugs. The Marines say they found numerous stockpiles of needles and drugs such as adrenaline and amphetamines while battling insurgents in the fiercest urban combat waged by U.S. forces since the Vietnam War.
NEWS
March 20, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
U.S. officials today revised the toll from the crash of a CH-53D Sea Stallion helicopter to 19 Marines killed and 16 injured, and said the troops were from Camp Pendleton, Calif. Marine spokesmen at first said 22 were killed in the crash, but later lowered the figure, citing confusion in early reports from the crash site. The troop-carrying CH-53D Sea Stallion helicopter crashed near the port of Pohang on the southeast coast while taking part in exercises with South Korean forces.
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