Abandoned Iraqi chemical weapons wounded at least 600 U.S. soldiers. Telling their stories would be no easy feat.
A former infantryman in Iraq reflects on how the culture of military service has changed since World War II. Unhelpful attitudes from civilians and veterans alike, he says, are making it difficult for today's servicemen to transition back to post-deployment life.
After the Navy Yard shooting, media outlets pounced on the gunman's veteran status—unfairly attributing his violence and mental health status to his military experience.
When Walter White and those around him feel forced to do the "wrong" thing, many in the military and veteran community understand all too well the lingering effects.
After months or years in far-off war zones, former soldiers are facing a new kind of isolation at college.