I was in a similar situation last year; sitting in Firebase Fiddler's Green/Marjeh with very limited NIPR access. Many of the responses you are going to receive here will assume you have the basic U.S. implements of phone and 24/7 Internet access. Please P.M. me if there is something I can help with. We were still burning our poop and drinking from a well when I left there, and I hope things have improved.
If you have SPAWAR access, you should be able to enter your stats at lawschoolpredictor.com, which will give you a decent idea of where you stand. I'm not sure if you are an Underrepresented Minority candidate, but I did some research for you and this is what was generated from your scores (non-URM):
Minn (home state): Deny
Notre Dame: Deny
Univ San Diego: Consider
Villanova: Weak Consider
I'm certainly not one to dispense Law School admissions advice, but I have learned a great deal from reviewing LSD postings and several publications that the LSAT score is the most important admissions factor that you can control at this time. I would recommend at least two books to you, both of which are available at Amazon.com:
1) Law School: Getting In, Getting Good, Getting the Gold by Thane Messinger (also an LSD contributor)http://www.amazon.com/Law-School-Getting-Good-Gold/dp/1888960809/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1304347181&sr=1-1
2) Later-in-Life Lawyers: Tips for the Non-Traditional Law Student by Charles Cooperhttp://www.amazon.com/Later---Life-Lawyers-Non-Traditional-Student/dp/188896006X/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1304347322&sr=1-1
As Bigs5078 writes, lawschoolnumbers.com is a great place to see where you stand compared to current/previous year's applicants. I think you will see several combat veterans listed there, some with numbers and "soft factors" more compelling than others. Lots of Army guys with Bronze Stars = war heroes.
Please let me know if you need assistance in getting these books or additional info. Thane was generous enough to contribute a copy of his book to my cause and I would be happy to pay it forward. Good luck to you and your brave Marines.