Our stretcher-bearers went to find and retrieve dead Marines
. I could not bear the thought that Big Mike lay somewhere up there.
His group gained notoriety for carrying out the 2002 Fort Pilar Bombing in Zamboanga City, 2007 ambush of marine troops in Albarka, which left 24 dead Marines
, the death of 19 Special Forces students in Cambug, Albarka, and the 2001 Lamitan Siege.
Emmanuel Salamat told the grieving families of the dead Marines
at the grandstand before the ceremony started.
I had seen dead Marines
and slain Japanese, and those awful scenes were seared into my memory.
But, when the dead Marines
begin visiting him while he is awake-he realizes he is in serious trouble.
Do we think the enemy wouldn't or hasn't done the same thing, or worse, to our dead Marines
The ship's wardroom was full of dead marines
. What happened?
"It's not the living conditions, it's not the mission, it's this," she said, gesturing toward a memorial display of boots, rifles, and dog tags belonging to dead Marines
All four dead Marines
, all based at Arbroath in Scotland, had arrived in Helmand 10 weeks ago.
Last night the dead Marines
were named as Sgt John Manuel, 38, of Gateshead, Cpl Marc Birch, 26, of Kingsthorpe, Northants, and L/Cpl Steven Fellows, 2 6, of High Wycombe, Bucks, all from 45 Commando; and Marine Damian Davies, 27, of Telford, Shrops, of the Commando Logistics Regiment.
The dead Marines
were members of the UK Landing Force Command Support Group, carrying out operations in the Garmsir district of southern Helmand.
But the only civilian characters in the film who embody any sense of sacrifice are the families of the dead Marines
President George Bush expressed his condolences to the families of the 30 dead Marines
and one sailor.
Not to worry ( they're only pretend mines and in the interests of keeping the exercise going, the dead Marines
are allowed to rise again, regroup and continue to fight.
But Mr Hoon took sharp issue with Labour's Glenda Jackson (Hampstead and Highgate), who voiced sympathy for the families of the dead Marines
who had 'been so tragically and, in my view, somewhat needlessly, lost'.