David Wood on War
Until then, veterans will be reluctant to talk about their experiences.
First Nighter: London Offers Ralph Fiennes as "Richard III," Mike Bartlett's Somewhat Wild "Wild," Michael Crawford as "The Go-Between"
There is, of course, the small problem of making the handsome Fiennes convincing as physically ugly from stem to stern, but
82nd Airborne Division Paratroopers
The news marked a new frontier in a monthslong campaign in that country. American forces have dropped bombs on Islamic State
In the latest episode of Drinking & Talking, the Huffington Post's Sam Stein and David Wood, along with State Department
In mid-October the 2nd Brigade will become the core element of the U.S. Global Ready Force, on standing alert to assault into any trouble spot. Whether Congress debates it or not.
HuffPost's Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Wood candidly explains why Congressional action is the worst approach to fixing the chronic problems within the VA.
Dr. Jan Kemp joins HuffPost Live to discuss suicide prevention in Va.
Andy Weiss joins HuffPost Live to discuss losing his son to suicide after he returned from combat.
Iraq War veterans Daniel Williams and Andrew O'Brien join HuffPost Live to discuss attempting suicide.
Andrew O'Brien and Daniel Williams join Marc to discuss the difficulty of returning from war.
"Invisible Casualties" is a special series from The Huffington Post that shines a spotlight on the rise in military and veteran suicides. Veterans and families of victims join HuffPost Live to discuss how they dealt with the trauma of war.
VBMS gathers and holds all these records in a searchable database, and figures out the disability percentage and compensation
So the pilot is not only flying the airplane, he or she is using all those sensors to watch a potential target, circling
Although Marines practice TRAP missions constantly, it can be a risky operation in hostile territory with the possibility
Since 2009, the overall budget, including mandated programs and discretionary spending, has risen from about $100 billion
Nobody knew with certainty how North Korea would react when President Obama recently ordered nuclear-capable B-52 bombers of the Air Force Global Strike Command here to thunder over the Korean peninsula in simulated bombing attacks.
Across the world's most unstable regions, small powers such as North Korea, Israel, Pakistan and India are amassing nuclear
Without it, some crews will either be grounded in a crisis -- or will fly with increased risk. It takes cool nerves to close