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“What did you do in the war, daddy?”

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On Nov. 21, the servicemen and women at Edwards Air Force Base in southern California where stealth and other technologies are tested hosted the 25th annual celebration of "Combat Dining Out."

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One of my son’s significant literary choices for a book about war and the anguish it brings is Dalton Trumbo’s 1938 novel, “Johnny Got His Gun.”

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In understanding the culture divide between the civilian and military sectors of the United States, sometimes it's a matter of the military reaching out to civilians, accepting a simple "thank you" for service, or helping civilians understand why maps are needed.

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Photo by Dorothea Lange for the War Relocation Authority

With the end date of World War II fast approaching its 70th anniversary, there will be a swell of articles about what the United States did, what the Allies achieved, and what the largest and most calamitous conflict in world history tells us about human nature.

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For Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti — a Navy Reserve officer who leads the nation's second largest city — and for formerly homeless Army veteran and single mom, Vanessa Lopez, the journey to Tuesday's veterans career summit was intensely personal.

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