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Every Veteran Has a Voice. Here's How We're Going to Listen to All of Them
"An estimated 7.4 million veterans are nowhere in the advocacy or policy process."
The Hong Kong Protests: the Price of Democracy May Be Economic Prosperity
Civil unrest is nothing new to Hong Kong.
When the Stress of Combat Hits You … in a High School Classroom
After serving nine years as an infantry officer in the Marine Corps, Maurice Naylon thought panic attacks were a myth.
Army Secretary: Congressional Budget Delays Give Our Enemies the Advantage
The Army's modernization programs are at risk from budget haggling in Congress, Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said.
B-52 Bomber Upgrade on Track Despite Continuing Resolution, Air Force Says
The B-52 bomber will not be short-changed by the latest spending bill that President Donald Trump signed Friday.
Large Chunk of Border Wall Funding Diverted from Tiny Guam
About 7% of the funds for the $3.6 billion wall are being diverted from eight projects in the U.S. territory.
The Fight Against ISIS
Syrian Army Returns to Northeast, as Turkey Widens Invasion
Assad's return to the region his troops abandoned in 2012 is a turning point in Syria's eight-year civil war.
US Troop Morale at Risk Amid Withdrawal from Northern Syria, Mattis Says
"We have to always be concerned with this," the former defense secretary said.
All US Troops Pulling Out of Northern Syria After Turkish Fire on Special Forces
"We have reports already of indiscriminate fire landing near American forces," Defense Secretary Mark Esper said.