Wounded soldier makes comeback using adaptive sports

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Online recruiting fuels big boost in Islamic State foreign troops

A recent report from the House Homeland Security Committee analyzes the unprecedented growth in the number of foreigners traveling to Syria and other terrorist areas across the globe. Continue reading

The National War College in Washington hosted Medill National Security Journalism students to observe and participate in how top military and government officials learn how to develop strategic approaches to national security problems. Continue reading

Fallen Marine inspires others to run

WASHINGTON — Running the Marine Corps Marathon was not only about covering 26.2 miles or eating endless amounts of carbs, it was about honoring those who have died in battle, like Maj. Megan McClung. Maj. Marcus Byrne of the United … Continue reading

Mysterious decline in Air Force contract competition

Air Force contracts awarded after competitive bidding havd dropped by one third, while the other services didn’t experience the problem. And there seems to be no reason for the decline. Continue reading

Syrian reporter honored for giving back to her country

WASHINGTON – The increasing dangers to journalists covering the Syrian civil war and other stories in areas where the Islamic State operates has driven many to cover the conflicts from outside the country, leaving the rest of the world less … Continue reading

VIDEO: Warrior Summit Helps Veterans Transition Back to Civilian Life

Veterans still face a tough time with post-military life, especially when interacting with other civilians. But a number of groups are working to help veterans transition out of the military. Continue reading

Veteran journalists prepare you to survive hostile environments

Global Journalist Security has responded to growing dangers facing reporters in war-torn regions.
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Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters aids vets with music rehab project

Pink Floyd lead singer Roger Waters is jamming with wounded warriors. Find out why the rock star is joining forces with the armed forces. Continue reading

Defense Secretary Carter: ‘More work lies ahead’ in Afghanistan

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said the president’s decision to keep 5,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan is going to allow the U.S. to “finish what we started.” Continue reading