CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — A late night of partying may leave some Marines and sailors intoxicated hours after they took their last gulp of alcohol. That possibility becomes more serious as the Marine Corps begins random sobriety checks as part of its new education campaign to deter binge drinking and alcohol abuse and nab Marines and sailors still drunk on duty.

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