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A wounded Iraq War vet created a sculpture. The VA says it's too real to display.

Injured in a 2004 bomb blast that struck his convoy in Iraq ... the shells are inert. The VA also consulted with three psychologists who said the art could cause distress to other veterans because the ... read more

The Wounded Lion of the Union

After being prominently featured in Michael Shaara’s book “The Killer Angels” and its film adaptation, “Gettysburg,” Chamberlain is one of the most popular figures of the Civil War era ... ventures – ... read more

Warminster Woman Dedicates Her Life to Helping Wounded Warriors

Even at their young ages, with so much to learn and experience, they completely understood the power of the photos Sliwinski showed them of wounded and burned Iraq ... says that Luke takes it upon him... read more

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The Great Jewish Hope

Greitens’ humanitarian background is on display ... created non-profits, small businesses, and innovated programs in Fortune 500 companies and major foundations. I’ve only played a small part." Marvin ... read more


'This Week' Transcript: Gen Peter Chiarelli

RETURNING TO THE HOME OF THE BRAVE, FOR THOUSANDS OF MILITARY VETERANS ... WAR IN AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ - OVER TWO MILLION US SERVICEMEMBERS HAVE DEPLOYED - MANY RETURNING TO THE FRONTLINES MORE THAN O... read more

Art that helped vets cope going on display in Danville

One of Brown's personal creations, "Dog Tags," is on display at "Veterans Experience 2017," a special exhibit at the Danville Art ... Iraq War medal. Brown said it tells the story of Indiana Sen. Mike ... read more

Afghan war vets, St. Louis researchers seek answers on head injuries

Ritchey suspects he suffers from mild traumatic brain injury — by far the most common injury suffered by troops in Afghanistan and Iraq ... Veterans Brain Injury Center in Silver Spring, Md., which wa... read more

Ailing vets sue, say toxic burn pits cost them their health

Burn pits were part of the American war ... it created the burn pits. Army National Guard 1st Sgt. Montoya says the pits were an obvious health hazard. On battlefields in Iraq between 2003 and 2005, a... read more

After nearly 40 years in uniform, one of Army's last draftees says farewell at Redstone Arsenal

Today in the U.S., "I think regardless of how people feel about the war, whether they're for or against, they're pro soldiers and their families," she said. 'Art ... Iraq command sergeant major," he s... read more

Why Senator Cardin Is a Fitting Opponent for Chelsea Manning

Chelsea Manning’s senatorial bid offers a contrast to the Russian fear-mongering of incumbent candidate Ben Cardin, says Norman Solomon ... Her campaign has real potential to raise key issues. One of ... read more

‘I will give you everything.’ Here are 282 of Donald Trump’s campaign promises

125) Create a White House hotline that is active 24-hours-a-day and is answered by a real person who will handle veterans' complaints of wrongdoing at the VA ... its "incredible people" rebuild their ... read more

Remembering at the Korean War Memorial

Frank Gaylord of Barre, Vermont, a World War II combat veteran, was selected as the memorial’s sculptor. His assignment: create a battle-ready ... for reflection on the dead, wounded, captured, and mi... read more



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