On this Veterans Day 2018, we want to salute the men and women who risk it all to ensure we don’t have to–a round-up of our best posts.
Dan Szczesny listens to his father tell a story of his time in WWII, and they both learn something.
Sean Davis gives a haunting first-person account of the inhumanity (and the humanity) of war.
Part of honoring our veterans is serving them when they return to civilian life.
Matt Thompson had given up any possibility of coming home from Iraq—but he returned safely. Now, over a year later, he still can’t shake the urge to go back.
How to remember comrades, friends in words, images, or the wallet on your hip (or “What’s in Your Wallet?”)
I’ve seen a bunch of people thank my dad for serving in the Marines. I’ve just never been one of them.
Do you know what it’s like? To know that you have absolutely no time to mourn for someone so dear to you?
The U.S. Army developed me to be a leader domestic and abroad; I also learned to lead in my home.
In honor of our United States veterans.
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