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Some Military Caregivers Lose Benefits While Rolls Grow

A report broadcast this week by National Public Radio’s Quil Lawrence found that certain VA centers were dropping caregivers of severely wounded Post 9/11 veterans from a VA support program. 259 more words

Military Families

Why everyone should watch 'The Battle of Algiers'

In a September 2003 article in the New York Times titled “What does the Pentagon see in ‘Battle of Algiers’?”, Michael Kaufman wrote: “challenged by terrorist tactics and guerrilla warfare in Iraq, the Pentagon held a screening of ” … “As the flier inviting guests to the Pentagon screening declared: “How to win a battle against terrorism and lose the war of ideas. 1,215 more words

The Truth About TORTURE: And the Post-9/11 Moral Quagmire...

Torture exists. It goes on in the world. We all know that.
30 years after the UN Convention Against Torture established measures to eradicate the practice, it is in fact still going on in at least 141 countries; including countries that are… 2,614 more words

The Anxiety of Urban Destruction During the Cold War and Post-9/11 America

In “Disaster and Decentralization: American Cities and the Cold War”, Matthew Farish discusses the relationship between the suburbs and the city during the Cold War, and how the atomic bomb was largely responsible for this relationship. 302 more words

War Dogs (2016)

Miles Teller and Jonah Hill play two naive 20 year olds with ambition and gall to bid for small US Military contracts in the hopes of becoming reputable arm dealers. 260 more words

Mrs Enginerd

In Remembrance of 9/11

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Today we remember the fate of so many souls lost on September 11th. We remember the towers crashing to the ground and the plane that was stopped from destroying our White House because of brave people that stood up to terrorism. 159 more words


Making us Stronger

Today, as I posted on social media, I went to visit “Growing Veterans”, a non-profit that helps veterans heal after they leave service and reintegrate into civilian life. 300 more words

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