Moral Injury: The Psychological Wounds Of War

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Writing Project Helps Veterans Cope After War

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When A Child Comes Home From War

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'Soldiers Of Kindness' In Harm's Way

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Challenges Of Going From War Zone To The Classroom

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Nick Staback, who lost both of his legs to a bomb in Afghanistan, talks with his mother, Maria Staback, in Scranton, Pa. Maria Staback took a leave of absence from her job to move in with her son while he was recuperating at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center outside Washington, D.C. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Vet Walks On New Legs, With A Little Help From Mom

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A scene from the early days of the fighting in Iraq in the spring of 2003. In one incident, three members of an Iraqi family were killed. A U.S. Marine involved in the shooting recently tracked down the family to ask for forgiveness. Laurent Rebours/AP hide caption

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Iraq Vet Seeks Atonement For Early War Tragedy

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Army Designs New Body Armor For Female Soldiers

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Helping Recent Vets Find Meaning In New Jobs

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John Walker Lindh was captured in Afghanistan in 2002 after fighting with the Taliban. File Photo/AP hide caption

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John Walker Lindh Sues For Prison Prayer Group

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The Challenges Female Vets Face When Coming Home

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Tilman, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, 2012 Charlotte Dumas/Courtesy of the Corcoran Gallery of Art hide caption

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A Photo Homage To The Working Class ... Of Animals

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Brian Castner served as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal officer in the U.S. Air Force from 1999 to 2007, deploying to Iraq to command bomb disposal units in Balad and Kirkuk in 2005 and 2006. Joey Campagna/Courtesy of the author hide caption

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'The Life That Follows' Disarming IEDs In Iraq

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