PTSD Awareness, Treatments Help Erase Old Stigma

PTSD has been known by many names throughout U.S. wartime history, but only in the past few decades has real awareness and help been pushed to the forefront.

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Gen. Dempsey Hosts Fifth Facebook Town Hall

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey conducted his fifth Facebook town hall today.

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NATO: What It Is, How the U.S. Is Helping Strengthen It

We often hear about NATO and the U.S. commitment to it, but how much do you actually know about the organization?

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Paralyzed Sailor Looks for Medal Trifecta at Warrior Games

Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Austin Reese may have lost his ability to walk, but that's not stopping him from making a splash in his first Warrior Games.

Paralyzed Sailor Looks for Medal Trifecta at Warrior Games Paralyzed Sailor Looks for Medal Trifecta at Warrior Games

Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial Offers Unique Perspective

There are many worldwide tributes to the victims of the Holocaust, but one of the most unique is in the heart of Berlin, where Hitler's Nazi regime once reigned.

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June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day. While understanding and treating the disorder has become a big focus for health care providers, that wasn’t always the case.
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey conducted his fifth Facebook town hall today, answering a wide array of questions from service members.
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We often hear about NATO and the U.S. commitment to it, but how much do you actually know about the organization?
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Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Austin Reese may have lost his ability to walk, but that’s not stopping him from making a splash in his first Warrior Games.
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There are many worldwide tributes to the victims of the Holocaust, but one of the most unique is in the heart of Berlin, where Hitler’s Nazi regime once reigned.
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For the first time ever, two states recently passed legislation that supports the safety of military children and their families.
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After weeks of training, hard work and getting motivated, 3 military cancer survivors recently took a big step toward getting their minds and bodies back into shape.
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The Warrior Games are all about overcoming adversity, something former Army Capt. Frank Barroquiero knows all about. Despite a devastating arm injury, he’s a two-time archery medalist.
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Did you know the U.S. flag once had 15 stripes? It has changed a lot since colonial times. Get a little Flag Day history here!
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