When Matthew Brown bought a ring to propose to his girlfriend, Hannah Reese, he couldn't wait to pop the question. "He asked me to marry him in his mother's living room at a family get-together," Reese, 24, tells PEOPLE.
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The Washington Post conducted an extensive, nationwide poll of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans in the spring of 2014. Half of the vets who served said they knew a fellow service member who has attempted or committed suicide.
George Riley a 25-year Army veteran deployed to Iraq four times, Afghanistan once and Kuwait once, saw the end of his career on July 25, 2004 after he was injured in an explosion.
HAYWARD (CBS SF) - A traveling war memorial wall will be up for one more day on Memorial Day in Hayward to honor members of the United States armed forces who lost their lives in The Gulf War, Iraq War and Afghanistan War. Vietnam-era helicopters ...
BAGHDAD - In the aftermath of the Iraq War, Iraq's seed and agriculture industry was destroyed by U.S. corporations, with the aid of the U.S.
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On Wednesday, May 27th, the news site The Intercept-known for publishing classified U.S. government documents obtained by Edward Snowden-published an article stating that famed Iraq War sniper Chris Kyle lied about his war record. The report claims to ...
After more than a year away from the war-ravaged Iraqi city of Ramadi, Osama Ismail felt it was safe enough to return to check on the condition of his abandoned home.
“I thought about going to school to be a meteorologist but I didn't want to be stuck in a newsroom or behind a desk,” said Sinner.
Matt Gallagher spent 15 months deployed in Iraq with the U.S. Army, and though that's not the easiest way to launch a writing career, Gallagher has pulled it off.
Most of the artists are double refugees, having fled from Iraq to Syria to escape war and violence in their home country, then having to flee Syria to escape Islamic State violence, said Jan Swartzendruber of the Wichita group People for Faith and ...
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In the first months of the Iraq War, SIDtoday [an internal NSA newsletter] articles bragged about the NSA's part in the run-up to the invasion and reflected the Bush administration's confidence that Saddam Hussein had hidden weapons of mass destruction.
Benjamin “Ben” Vogt, who fought in Iraq, had last been seen about 9:50 p.m. Saturday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said.