The Heroes of Iraq

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At this hour, brave American pilots are once again patrolling Iraq’s uncertain skies.

Sights and Sounds

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Three years ago, 31 U.S. troops were killed when a military helicopter was shot down in eastern Afghanistan.

Their Names

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When I asked the nation’s newest Medal of Honor recipient why he enlisted less than two years after 9/11, his answer was unequivocal.

24 Flags

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Robert and Linda Ollis were on an August 2013 trip to London when they were awoken by a call from back home.

To Serve

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It took a long time for Margy Agar to say the word “suicide” after her daughter, U.S. Army Sgt. Kimberly Agar, took her own life.

Josh’s Dog

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Before Sgt. Joshua Ashley left for his first combat deployment, his thoughts weren’t centered on his own safety.

The Heart Still Beats

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When future U.S. Army Cpl. Ben Kopp was just 8 years old, his heart was set on following in his great-grandfather’s footsteps.

This Journey

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On April 4, U.S. Marine Cpl. Brandon Garabrant updated his Facebook page as the 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion left North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune for Afghanistan.

Living and Enjoying

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When I asked Cpl. Kyle Carpenter how possibly receiving the Medal of Honor might change his life, the young Marine responded the same way he did during a hellish battle in Afghanistan.

The Longest Year

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In November 2012, Joelle Ellis watched her son deploy to Afghanistan before he was old enough to buy a beer.

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