Finding the adventurous spirit: A veteran embraces life’s odyssey'You’re behind this lens of the camera. Though of course, I still had a rifle.”
Evicted: IS fighters get the boot from IraqThe town of Rawah remained as the last Islamic State stronghold in Iraq–until last week, when Iraqi soldiers backed by a US-led coalition reclaimed it.
Go Behind the Scenes with Vets, Cast & Crew of ‘The Long Road Home’The eight-part miniseries premieres Nov. 7. It depicts what was dubbed “Black Sunday” during the Iraq War
Vets of Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan compare post-war experienceVets of both generations have had to work through the “moral injury” of combat.
Vietnam counterinsurgency strategy continues in the Forever WarThe humanitarian methods troops use to win trust in local populations in Iraq and Afghanistan go back nearly 50 years.
Joint memoir explores trauma, friendship between combat veteran and photojournalistA grenade blast in Afghanistan made unlikely friends of photojournalist Finbarr O’Reilly and Marine Corps sergeant Thomas J. Brennan.
Army vet breaks barriers for women and gaysAs the military struggles with policies for transgender service members, it wasn’t long ago that gays and women weren’t welcome in combat.
U.S. in talks to keep American troops in Iraq after the fight against ISIS concludesPrime Minister Haider al-Abadi is in talks with the Trump administration to keep American troops in Iraq after the fight against the Islamic State group in the country is concluded, according to a U.S. official and an official from the Iraqi government.