1. “Bush and Cheney’s wars – have left us a pandemic – of blast injuries”
2. “The blasts of modern – war destroy our complex and – vulnerable brains” 34 more words
When I was a child, I thought I knew the significance of Memorial Day.
Honoring dead people.
Because Mom was a first-generation American, with parents from Germany, she faithfully carried on the tradition of visiting the grave sites of family who’d passed on. 523 more words
This is the 14th Online Guest Lecture by members of the SCID Panel of Experts. Steven Smith MBE presents a lecture entitled The Global Humanitarian Harm from Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). 332 more words
Leaderless Palestinian youth, inspired by instructional videos and photos on social media encouraging people to “Stab a Jew,” are thought to be behind a new wave of violence in Israel and the West Bank. 162 more words
Lucca is the first U.S. Marine service dog to receive the medal, considered the world’s top honor for war animals.
A bomb-sniffing U.S. Marine Corps German shepherd who survived an IED blast while on patrol in Afghanistan was awarded the world’s highest honor for service dogs on April 5. 349 more words
EDISON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — In a training exercise to stop terrorism, the FBI on Tuesday was educating local authorities on the power of improvised explosive devices made with household products. 328 more words