No Easy Answers In Afghanistan, Pakistan
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Medal Of Honor Winner: All Soldiers Are Great
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Scott Warner breaks down in tears after addressing members of the press about the exhumation of his son, Marine Pvt. Heath Warner, on Wednesday. His son's grave was the second to be exhumed since the release of an inspector general's report in June about extensive record-keeping problems at Arlington Cemetery. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Iraq Veteran's Body Is Exhumed At Arlington
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Colby Buzzell was diagnosed with PTSD after returning home. Courtesy Colby Buzzell hide caption

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Thousands Of Returning Soldiers Face A New Enemy
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In this video image, President Obama speaks to the nation from the Oval Office about the end of the U.S. combat role in Iraq. APTN hide caption

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Troops To Obama: Glad To Be Back From Iraq
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Remembering The First Gulf War, 20 Years On
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New Battlefield: Vets Tackle Transition Home
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The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, originally established in 1969, is a congressionally chartered Smithsonian affiliate. Courtesy of the Museum of Nuclear Science and History hide caption

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Albuquerque Museum Memorializes The Atomic Age
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Cindy Lohman is seen holding a photo of her son Ryan, who was killed by a bomb in Afghanistan. She says she feels betrayed by Prudential, his life insurance company. Bill Cramer/Bloomberg hide caption

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Life Insurance Firms Profit From Death Benefits
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Military Spouses Fight Cultural Battles From Home
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Ron Capps spent 25 years in the Foreign Service and the Army Reserve. Like many other soldiers, he suffers from PTSD, but unlike some others he asked for help. Courtesy of Ron Capps hide caption

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Reducing The Stigma Of PTSD In Army Culture
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