Troops, Vets Find Vindication On The Supreme Court
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Female Troops: Combat Ban Out Of Step With Reality
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Rebuilding The Faces Of War
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Air Force Picks Boeing For Major Military Contract
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Lt. Gen. William B. Caldwell takes Sen. Lisa Murkowski on a tour of a Kabul training facility, Jan. 9, 2010. The general has been accused of using psychological profiles to influence American visitors to Afghanistan. US Navy/Francis J. Carroll hide caption

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Veterans Sue Pentagon For Handling Of Rapes
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Fort Hood Adopts N.J. Veterans Suicide Hotline
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Along with caring for her own children, Jihan Sanders takes care of the children of her best friend, operations specialist Petty Officer 1st Class Sheena Sullen, while Sullen is deployed with the guided missile destroyer USS Mahan. Before bed, Sanders hugs Zaria Sullen-Polk, 8, while Sanders' son Darric, 9, and daughter Tashawn, 12, get ready to say good night. Amanda Lucier/The Virginian-Pilot hide caption

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A Friend Calls, And A Best Friend Moves To Help
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In San Antonio, Wounded Troops Find Treatment
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An Army Wife Reflects On 'When The Men Are Gone'
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Soldiers left Fort Campbell, Ky., for Afghanistan last February. Now, the base is getting ready to welcome 17,000 soldiers home. Four combat brigades and an aviation unit will leave Afghanistan after the deadliest year of fighting so far. Josh Anderson/AP hide caption

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Fort Campbell Readies To Welcome Home Soldiers
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VA Changing To Help New Types Of Veterans
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Sarah Wade, 36, and her husband, Ted Wade, 33, of Chapel Hill, N.C., often travel to Washington, D.C. for his medical care after he was injured while riding in a Humvee in Mahmudiyah, Iraq, on Feb. 14, 2004, and suffered a traumatic brain injury, as well as an above-the-elbow amputation of his right arm. Sarah has also been actively lobbying to get the right kind of care for her husband. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Pentagon Plan Won't Cover Brain-Damage Therapy
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Operation Gratitude volunteer Joan Mazzarelli models one of the hats and scarves she knits for the care packages. Since March, the 98-year-old has knitted 527 scarfs for the troops. Courtesy of Maryssa D'Angelo hide caption

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Group's Care Packages Aim To Lift Troops' Spirits
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Study: Female Vets Especially Vulnerable To Suicide
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