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Mass Arrest of Marines in Battalion Formation Ruled as Unlawful Command Influence
Mass Arrest of Marines in Battalion Formation Ruled as Unlawful Command Influence

In July, 16 Marines stationed at Camp Pendleton were arrested while about 800 other military service members joined in a battalion formation. The commanding officer of the battalion asked the Marines to come forward and held a red folder, which is usually used in ceremonies ...

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