What's Changed In The Military, And What's Next

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After A Surge Of Violence, The Threat Of A New Civil War In Iraq

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Anna holds the flag that was draped over Nick's coffin at his memorial service. She and her husband, Michael, have created a shrine to Nick in their dining room. Courtesy of Long Haul Productions hide caption

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After A Marine's Suicide, A Family Recalls Missed Red Flags

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Sectarian Violence Rises Sharply In Iraq

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Baghdad Businessman Reflects On Violence In Iraq

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Robert Stokely and his son, Michael, who died on deployment in Iraq in 2005. Courtesy of Robert Stokely hide caption

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Dad Follows The Moon To Find Military Son's Resting Place

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Examining Iraq's Latest Upsurge In Violence

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In this photo provided by Mouaz Moustafa and the Syrian Emergency Task Force, Sen. John McCain, accompanied by Moustafa (right) visits rebels in Syria on Monday. McCain, who slipped into the country for a surprise visit, favors providing arms to rebel forces in Syria. Mouaz Moustafa/AP hide caption

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A Grim Task: Military-Death Notification

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In 2005, Lance Cpl. Travis Williams lost his squad to an IED. He was the only survivor. StoryCorps hide caption

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Sole Survivor: Iraq Rescue Mission Ended In Tragedy

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PKK Fighters Begin To Withdraw From Turkey

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Iraqi anti-government gunmen from Sunni tribes in western Anbar province march during a protest in Ramadi, west of Baghdad, Friday. Azhar Shallal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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