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.