“I mean this from the bottom of my heart. It was a poor choice of words. The man is a war hero and he deserves all of the respect in the world," said Davidson.
25 Johns Hopkins surgeons and staff worked for 14 hours to transplant a penis and scrotum to an Afghanistan war veteran maimed by an I.E.D.
America's allies don't have proper demining equipment or protective gear. That's costing them their lives.
Having the incredible opportunity to hear Rob talk, I quickly picked up on his hard-won wisdom, gained from fearless acts performed on a daily basis. Acts most of us can't fathom. I am honored to share some of our conversation with you.
The device had the firepower of "two large firecrackers."
Designing Dreams: A Talk With Alessandro Colombo of the Istituto Europeo del Design in Florence, Italy
Italy is a country of contradictions. But then, everything and everyone who is even remotely interesting to me is a mix of old and new, good and bad, mild and passionate -- with every nuance of feelings and experiences in between.
When I see the Memorial Day photos of Arlington, I know those simple white markers represent entire lives. They are the boys running across a soccer field, the kid bagging your groceries, the girls playing varsity volleyball -- every one of them somebody's child who had an entire life of promise ahead.
Everywhere I look in Florence, it seems that no self-respecting fashionist-o is going out without some tartan. The colors aren't the traditional Scottish blues, greens or reds and some may even be tempted to call it tweed, but I insist it's a new kind of tartan.
Fourteen of the attackers were killed and one was captured. But as Cordesman points out in his analysis, "the problem is
The 25-year-old father and husband is recovering from the severe injuries he sustained while serving in Afghanistan and refuses
Is the US going to war with Iran next week? No, none of this is aimed that high. What we are seeing is a more clever tamping up of public rhetoric, a base that if the US chooses to do so, will serve as the next step in an ongoing war of mostly, for now, words.
House approves another $2.7 billion for failed anti-roadside bomb program despite already spending $21 billion with little results
That agency, the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization, or JIEDDO, has since 2006 been given more than $21
For the Gittens, who told the Daily Mail they "don't feel welcome" in Knob Hill, the damage is already done, and they are
The key stumbling block, Barbero said, is that soldiers and Marines are not well trained in using these technologies. "We