Army veteran and GMP favorite Dwight Gray shares a winning poem on war, socialization, and one boy’s path to soldierhood.
But sometimes the hard things are also the necessary things.
They were just three American men on a train until the unthinkable happened.
Sometimes, when you least expect it, your life can completely change.
…it was a U.S. invasion of their homeland that victimized the Syrian people in the first place by strengthening the terrorist cell they now flee.
There was a startling report this week that U.S. troops were told to turn a blind eye to the sexual abuse and enslavement of young boys by Afghani army commanders.
Marines who fought at the battle for Fallujah are now wondering if they fought in vain. Which prompts Michael Kasdan to seek an answer to the question of what war is really good for.
This Rose Bowl reunion will touch your heart.
Check out the versatility of our armed forces in this hilarious video.
Burqa-wearing men march through the streets of Afghanistan to fight for women’s rights.
The American people may think that George W. Bush’s presidency was a disaster, but the Republican Party is still committed to his foreign policy vision.
It’s been two months since she’s heard from him. Jenny Glick helps her manage the radio silence.
Targeted exercise programs can improve the physical and mental health of patients with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Many Americans voted to give control of both house of congress to the Republican party. Time will tell if this was a wise choice on their part.
Perry Brass’s elegy for Lance Corporal Greg Buckley, Jr. demonstrates the dark truth that, in war, one can’t always know who one’s enemy is.
In the aftermath of the Rotherham Child Exploitation scandal, too much focus has been put on the ethnicity and religion of the criminals. Andrew Lawes believes fear is the real issue. He wants to help you be brave.