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Syria's War Creates A Demand For Artificial Legs

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2001 Army-Navy Game Marked By Specter Of Sept. 11

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Child Miners, Dinosaurs, And The Rulings Of 'Judge' John Hodgman

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In 'Fire And Forget,' Vets Turned Writers Tell Their War Stories

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Military Women Combat Challenges in Service

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Afghanistan Vet Who Criticized Superiors Awarded Medal Of Honor

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Ms. Veteran America Uses Title To Talk About Sexual Violence

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'Thank You For Your Service' Follows America's Soldiers Home

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Republicans Divided Over Potential Strike On Syria

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