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Author: DFNS

Israel Partners with Obama’s War on Syria

Both countries partner in each other’s wars. Israel bombs Syria at its discretion. Naked aggression by any standard. Longstanding Israeli practice. …read more Read more here:: Veterans Today

Mystery of Vietnam War’s ‘Little Ty’ may be solved

On a bunk aboard the troop ship that took him to Vietnam, a soldier called “Little Ty” scrawled a message of hope and home. “See ya at the Blue Sal!” he wrote in August...

Luke’s Wings’ No Soldier Spends Christmas Alone

Luke’s Wings, a non-profit dedicated to reuniting wounded warriors with their loved ones during their recovery, will be launching its 3rd annual No Soldier Spends Christmas Alone campaign on Veterans Day, November 11, 2014....

Don’t Risk War With Russia

It is not wise to provoke a powerful enemy unless a vital national interest is at stake, which is not the case with Ukraine and Crimea. …read more Read more here:: Veterans News Now...

Our Post-9/11 Vets: Primed for Greatness

I am always touched when I see a military officer recognize the very real challenges that veterans face when they come home. So, when I came across this article by Colonel David W. Sutherland,...

UN Reveals Israeli Links With Syrian Rebels

UN observers at the Israeli-Syrian border reported, Israel treating wounded rebels but possibly supplying them with arms. …read more Read more here:: Veterans News Now – VNN

Part 4. The Malmedy Massacre and the War Crime Tribunal

Part 4 of the Malmedy Massacre looks at the interrogation of defendants, charges of coerced confessions, and prisoner abuse. Among those promoting American’s mistreatment of the Waffen SS defendants were the most radical of...

It’s Time For More Millennial Vets To Join The Ranks Of The VFW

Recent articles have proclaimed the oasis of modern veteran service to be millennial organizations. These organizations may offer grassroots support to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans; however, as a recent Army veteran, I found many...

How Grassroots Initiatives are Spanning The Civilian-Military Gap

There’s been a lot of press on the breaking down of the civilian-military relationship in America. I speak here not of the inherent friction between those providing civilian oversight and control of the military...

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