Linell Ajello: More and More War StoriesFebruary 2016
Daily life at war isn’t what we’re led to believe.
Unwanted AliveMay 2015
Since changes to US immigration law in the ’90s, many veterans are being deported.
Nissa Rhee: Back to WarApril 2015
Vietnam and Iraq war veterans find closure only by returning to their war zones.
Olivier Morel and Maël: The Ongoing WarJanuary 2015
Twenty-two veterans commit suicide every day. In the graphic novel Walking Wounded, Olivier Morel and Maël set out to tell their stories.
Paul Kiel: Federal Law Leaves Soldiers VulnerableJuly 2014
Soldiers struggle to find substantive legal recourse against high-cost lender USA Discounters.
Ramiro G. Hinojosa: Lessons from an Unremarkable WarJune 2014
World War II is not a war we have to live up to. It’s a war we have to learn from.
Helen Benedict: The Moral Confusion of Post-War AmericaMay 2014
At a Manhattan bookstore, Iraqi author Hassan Blasim’s reading touches off a discussion of more than just literature.
Ann Jones: Star-Spangled BaggageApril 2014
How America’s wars came home with the troops.
Ann Jones: War WoundsNovember 2013
Wounded veterans face a long road to recovery.
Ann Jones: The Losers From Our Lost WarsNovember 2013
How the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan first silenced our soldiers and then defeated them.
Peter Sleeth: Army Launches Search for Missing War RecordsJuly 2013
The army admits to losing records and preventing veterans from obtaining disability benefits.
Paul Kiel & Mitchell Hartman: Soldiers Defeated by DebtMay 2013
Federal law is supposed to protect service members from predatory lending, but many military personnel are trapped in high-interest debt.
Jeremiah Goulka: It Doesn’t Take MuchApril 2013
On almost getting PTSD in Iraq.
Nora Connor: Learning to FlyDecember 2012
Two women bridge the military-civilian gap to talk about machine guns and womanliness, dealing with trauma, and breaking old rules.