Subway passengers affected by the sarin gas attack on Tokyo's subway system are carried into St. Luke's International Hospital in Tokyo on March 20, 1995. Thirteen people were killed and more than 6,000 injured in the attack, which was carried out by the Aum Shinrikyo cult. Chikumo Chiaki/AP hide caption

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How Two Veterans Helped Each Other With A Second Chance

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Iraqis walk past a wall that a car bomb destroyed, next to the Ahl al-Bayya' mosque in southeastern Baghdad Monday. At least 10 bombings were reported in the city today. Ali Al-Saadi /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Long Walk, Brian Castner's memoir of PTSD and a difficult homecoming, will soon be an opera. YouTube hide caption

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A Veteran's Piercing True Story Leaps From Page To Stage

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Investigation Reveals A Military Payroll Rife With Glitches

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In Iraq, One Scammer Took Advantage Of The IED Epidemic

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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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