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Images of Christmases past

Images of Christmases past

U.S. Marines from Alpha Company tank platoon sit on their M-60 with a Christmas tree they made Saturday, Dec. 10, 1983. The tree is decorated with soft drink cans and beer cans. (AP Photo/Bill Foley)

December 02, 2013 2:20 pm
A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

U.S. Marines, aided by Lebanese rescue workers and Italian troops of the multinational peace keeping force continued to lift slabs of concrete in search for American peacekeepers still buried under the debris of their command post, demolished by a suicidal terrorist bomb, Thursday Oct. 27, 1…

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A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A U.S. Marine sits on the bumper of a car that was destroyed when a huge bomb explosion wrecked the American Embassy in West Beirut, April 19, 1983, where he is on guard duty across the street from the Embassy. Rescue workers continued to search the rubble for those missing in Monday's explo…

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A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A U.S. Marine stands guard as rescue workers search the rubble of the U.S. Embassy in Beirut for bodies. Rescue workers search the collapsed front of the building after the terrorist bombing on April 18, 1983. (AP Photo/Bill Foley)

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A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A Red Cross worker comforts Mrs. Seta Nahas as she sits in a Red Cross tent across the street from the rubble of the American Embassy, April 19, 1983. Mrs. Nahas has been waiting for word about the fate of her husband, Kamal Nahas, 35, a Lebanese who worked in the Consular section of the Emb…

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A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A U.S. Marine wears a gas mask after rescue workers using a backhoe broke open a stock of tear gas that had been stored in the Embassy, April 19, 1983. Tear gas drifted up through the rubble, causing rescue workers and Marines to cough and sneeze. The Embassy, seen in the background, was sev…

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A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A look back: Terrorist acts against Americans

A small U.S. flag and a big Marine Corps flag fly from a pole Tuesday, Oct. 25, 1983 at the destroyed U.S. Marine command center near the Beirut airport. This is the gate through which passed the terrorist bomb-laden truck that razed the building, killing 300 Marines and wounding many others…

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