Duffel Blog + Terminal Lance? You know this podcast is gonna be funnyWill Paul Szoldra and Maximilian Uriarte be able to translate their humor into audio?
Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War": 18 hours of history worth watchingThe producers of The Vietnam War blow up the simplistic notion that there are only two sides to a dispute.
Vets of Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan compare post-war experienceVets of both generations have had to work through the “moral injury” of combat.
Looking down on Pyongyang, literallyFew outsiders have seen this city, fewer still from the air
How a ship once sailed by Nazis remains in the US fleetThe tall ship now known as U. S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle was built in Hamburg in 1936, just as Germany -- questing for empire -- was gearing up for set of violent international invasions. Intended to train newly-recruited German naval crews, it did so, off and on, through the end of the Second World War.
Veterans unemployment down, though still elevated for younger vetsOverall veteran unemployment slipped from 3.7% to 3.5%.
Groups provide full-ride scholarships to wounded warrior caregiversTwo non-profits and a major public university that have joined forces to offer caregivers of wounded veterans generous academic scholarships.
VA chief suggests outsourcing maternity careA move toward outsourced maternity care for women Veterans would run counter to positions taken by a number of large Veteran Service Organizations.
Meet Chas Henry"Earning the title 'Marine' is probably the most important thing that happened to me in my life."