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  2. Navy Marine Corps Intranet - Wikipedia

    As of March 2008, NMCI included more than 363,000 computers, serving more than 707,000 sailors, Marines and civilians in 620 locations in the continental United States, Hawaii, and Japan, making it the largest internal computer network in the world. [1] The network's 4,100 servers handle over 2.3 petabytes of data. [2]

  3. East Coast of the United States - Wikipedia

    In 2010, the population of the states that have shoreline on the East Coast was estimated at 112,642,503 (36% of the country's total population). New York City is both the largest city and the largest metropolitan area on the East Coast. The East Coast is the most populated coastal area in the United States. [9] Transportation [ edit]

  4. Nicole to strike Florida's east coast as a hurricane

    Nicole to strike Florida's east coast as a hurricane Just over a month after Hurricane Ian's devastation in Florida, the state is again bracing for landfall from a hurricane - this time for an ...

  5. East Coast (train operating company) - Wikipedia

    Stevenage. London King's Cross. East Coast, the trading name of the East Coast Main Line Company, [1] was a British train operating company running the InterCity East Coast franchise on the East Coast Main Line between London, Yorkshire, North East England, and Scotland. East Coast ran long-distance inter-city services from its Central London ...

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  7. Marine Corps Installations East - Wikipedia

    Marine Corps Installations East Marine Corps Installations East (MCIEAST) is the regional authority tasked with providing support and oversight of seven United States Marine Corps installations on the East Coast . Contents 1 Mission 2 Subordinate commands 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Mission [ edit]

  8. Hurricane watch issued in Florida as Nicole tracks toward ...

    A hurricane watch was issued along the eastern coast of Florida on Monday as Subtropical Storm Nicole churned across the Atlantic and showed signs of further strengthening as it tracked toward the ...