Archive For February 2010

A Well-Written War, Told in the First Person

on 27/02/2010 posted by Mikie in News, Comments (0)

By ELISABETH BUMILLER Published: February 7, 2010 ¬ WASHINGTON ‚ÄĒ Brian Turner was focused on staying alive, not poetry, when he served as an infantry team leader in Iraq. But [‚Ķ]

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Distant Wars, Constant Ghosts

on 26/02/2010 posted by Mikie in News, Comments (0)

February 22, 2010, 8:30 pm  By SHANNON P. MEEHAN  SINCE the two recent NATO-led military strikes that accidentally killed dozens of Afghan civilians, I have been thinking a […]

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Study Suggests More Veterans May Be Helped by Talking About Killing

on posted by Mikie in News, Comments (0)

 By JAMES DAO  Published: February 13, 2010  The act of killing is as fundamental to war as oxygen is to fire. Yet it is also the one […]

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Afghanistan War Photos

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[VRC News Ed. note: Each photo below is a link to many photos posted by the news service.  Place your cursor over each photo to go to the […]

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P.O. Box 1142

on 16/02/2010 posted by Mikie in News, Comments (0)

National Park Conservation Association- on line magazine An offhand comment from a park visitor unveiled the untold story of a secret Virginia facility where clever interrogation techniques and good old-fashioned […]

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The War at Home: Montana Veterans lead the fight against post-traumatic stress disorder

on 11/02/2010 posted by VRC in News, Comments (0)

by  Matthew Frank Missoula Independent ( archive) October 15, 2009 Chase Weston, a veteran of the Iraq War, sits forward in a white plastic lawn chair. With a diagram […]

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Emotions Matter: Army families open up, learn how to cope

on 01/02/2010 posted by Mikie in News, Comments (0)

Andrea draws out her emotions on the Magna Doodle in the playhouse of the Emotions Matter exhibit. The exhibit has been dismantled at Ft. Lewis and is currently being […]

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