Plan Aims To Assure Afghanistan Aid Goes Where It's Supposed To
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Al-Qaida Steps In To Step Out Of Syria
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Margaret Ann Wolf Harris with her mother and father, who was home on furlough. He died in World War II a short time later. Courtesy of Margaret Ann Wolf Harris hide caption

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Dad's Message Recorded At War, A Gift Given Decades Later
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Conditions are spare at the Window of Hope orphanage in Kabul, but American NGO worker Siavash Rahbari (upper left) says it's still better than how many Afghan children live. Sean Carberry/NPR hide caption

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Texas Man Becomes Unlikely CFO Of Ragged Kabul Orphanage
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A staff member at the clinic in southern Turkey works on a prosthetic leg that will be given to a victim of Syria's civil war. Deborah Amos/NPR hide caption

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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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U.S. Army soldiers begin their journey home from Iraq on July 13, 2010. Maya Alleruzzo/AP hide caption

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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 Denyse Gordon's knowledge of military history helped her win the crown. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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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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Protesters against U.S. military action in Syria march to Capitol Hill from the White House on Saturday. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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