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Vol. 9, Issue 314 • Tuesday, November 9, 2004
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Kaneohe Marines and Navy corpsmen began leaving Windward Oahu yesterday for seven months in Afghanistan. Family members spent a last few precious and poignant moments together. They included Navy Chief Petty Officer Gene Deener and his son, Jacob.
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