Moments after being shot while charging toward the enemy, Sgt. 1st Class Forrest Robertson had a message for his U.S. Army teammates.
When U.S. Army Sgt. David Chambers left for his first Afghanistan deployment, he told his mother how he felt about his fellow soldiers.
For me, the most moving part of “Lone Survivor,” Peter Berg’s film based on real events in Afghanistan, comes just before the final credits.
Moments after Karen Eggleston learned that her husband had been killed in Afghanistan, the couple’s oldest daughter, Molly, returned from a fun day at preschool.
Moments after terrorists set off an improvised explosive device in southern Afghanistan on Aug. 4, 2010, a Marine and his dog clung to life.
It’s no secret that most Americans are ignoring the war in Afghanistan.
When Christina Spragins was growing up with future U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Alex Viola, the siblings were usually building forts in the basement of their family’s suburban Dallas home.
Everything sounded different to Julie Johnson on a gray Chicago morning in April 2012.
During four deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq, there was one constant for U.S. Army Sgt. Jason Van Loo.