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  • [[Image:CMC James Conway.jpg|left|thumb|GEN James Conway, Commandant of the United States Marine Corps]] General '''James T. Conway''' is the 34th [[Commandant of the Marine Corps|Commandant]] of the [[Unite
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  • [[Image:CMC James Conway.jpg|left|thumb|GEN James Conway, Commandant of the United States Marine Corps]] General '''James T. Conway''' is the 34th [[Commandant of the Marine Corps|Commandant]] of the [[Unite
    3 KB (437 words) - 22:31, 12 August 2010
  • {{r|James Cartwright}} {{r|James Conway}}
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  • {{r|James Cartwright||**}} {{r|James Conway||**}}
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  • {{r|James Conway}} {{r|James Jones}}
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  • {{r|James Conway}} {{r|James Mattis}}
    1 KB (175 words) - 19:18, 24 July 2009
  • |GEN [[James Cartwright]], USMC |GEN [[James Conway]]
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  • ...being withdrawn. Rumsfeld also said he did not know why Marine LTG [[James Conway]] was upset about the Administration's indecisiveness at [[Iraq War, insurg ...se reached was to cease offensive operations, but Sanchez gave LTG [[James Conway]], commanding the Marines in Fallujah, the authority to conduct "very robus
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  • ...staff supervision over [[I Marine Expedititionary Force]] and LTG [[James Conway]]; advisory board, [[Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs]]
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  • [[General]] James F. Amos has been selected to succeed Gen. [[James Conway]] as [[Commandant of the Marine Corps]]. Previously, he was the 31st Assis | author = [[John Nagl]], [[David Petraeus]], James Amos, [[Sarah Sewall]]
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  • {{r|James Conway}} {{r|James Mattis}}
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  • {{r|James L. Jones}} 1999--2003 {{r|James Conway}} 2006--
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  • ...st Marine Expeditionary Force (including British units) under LTG [[James Conway]]. At the start, the V Corps was primarily the [[3rd Infantry Division]] wi ...Expeditionary Force|I Marine Expeditionary Force]] under then-LTG [[James Conway]]. The Division cooperated closely with [[1 Armored Division (U.K.)]] and t
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  • ...term, and usually retires after that single term. The incumbent is [[James Conway]], the 34th Commandant.
    1 KB (181 words) - 22:35, 12 August 2010
  • {{r|James Cartwright||**}} {{r|James Conway||***}}
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  • {{r|James Conway||***}}
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  • ...erations]. I intend to demonstrate that ability as soon as we are set up." Conway also described plans to use a carrot-and-stick approach, with the Marine mo When the [[1st Marine Division]], commanded by MG [[James Mattis]], replaced the 82nd, Mattis intended to some of the Marine Corps
    3 KB (496 words) - 18:01, 16 August 2010
  • {{r|James Conway}} {{r|James Mattis}}
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  • [[Image:Jamesmadison.jpg|right|thumb|James Madison]] '''James Madison''' (March 5, 1751 [OS] – June 28, 1836 [NS]), an American politi
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  • | GEN [[James Cartwright]], U.S. Marine Corps | GEN [[James Conway]]
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  • ...page of the Commandant of the Marine Corps}}</ref> currently [[General]] [[James Amos]], and the [[Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps]],<ref name=SMAJMC>{{ Retired Commandant and NATO commander, GEN [[James Jones]], is the [[Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
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