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Mayport Remembers USS Stark, 37 Killed in 1987 Iraqi Attack
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US Citizenship Clears Way for Potential West Point Appointment
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Man Jailed in Apparent Road-Rage Attack Against Marine
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Instead of Sailing with Captain, Officer Told Crew of Death
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USS Phillipine Sea Commanding Officer Dies after House Fire
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Oil Not Leaking from Lady St. Johns as River Cleanup Continues
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