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The lies and mistakes that led the US into Iraq, laid out in a new book
President George W. Bush launched a ruinous war in Iraq based on an intelligence failure that saw the CIA, Pentagon and other agencies effectively make up the evidence that the...
‘He loved us’ — fellow soldiers reflect on Staff Sgt. Travis Atkins, the Army’s latest Medal of Honor hero
"What he did...came from just a place of intense care, and a sense of duty, and a sense of honor."
Soldier to receive posthumous Medal of Honor for tackling a suicide bomber in Iraq
Staff Sgt. Travis Atkins died after engaging in "hand-to-hand combat" with a man wearing a suicide vest.
This Collection Of Short Stories Captures The Truth About War Better Than Nonfiction
People sometimes assume that the best war stories are fact based. Logic tells us that truth is more authentic than … Continued
An Infantry Master Sgt On Why Leaders Need To Embrace Gender Integration
When I first joined the Army in 1990, there were no women at all in infantry units. I only remember … Continued
DoD Isn’t Doing Enough To Understand Burn Pit Exposure Effects, Report Says
The Pentagon needs to study the long-term health effects of exposure to the chemicals inhaled from burn pits at its … Continued
Overpaid, Oversexed And Over The Military: A Review Of ‘War Virgin’
The saying “overpaid, oversexed, and over here” may have been true about American GIs during World War II, but today’s … Continued