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Now that all combat jobs are open to women, they should have to register for the draft — just like men, military officials said Tuesday.
When Army Sgt. Thai Lee was injured during an explosion in Afghanistan, he thought he had lost his ability to have biological children.
“I’m happy to finally be home,” Amir Hekmati said after landing in Flint. “It’s been a very long road. A very long journey.”
It nearly took an act of Congress, but former Marine David Pond has been reunited with Pablo, the dog who served with him in Afghanistan.
World War II veteran Thomas Williams receives medals earned in combat decades ago. WNYT’s Kumi Tucker reports.
“PTSD is a very serious problem, a complicated mental health injury and I would be extremely reluctant to blame any one person in particular.”
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders makes remarks on supporting our troops at a round table discussion at Dougie J’s Café in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Retired Col. Thomas Barr flew the B-17 “Southern Comfort” on a number of combat missions over Europe during World War II.
Nine all terrain wheelchairs were given to Oklahoma City’s Mid-America Chapter of the Paralyzed Veterans of America Tuesday. KFOR’s Lacey Lett reports.
Former Air Force airmen are speaking out against America’s drone war, calling the military drone program “morally outrageous” and “one of the most devastating driving forces for terrorism and destabilization around the world.”