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Combat Generation: Bloodless Trauma

Diagnosis: Battle wound

Once dismissed as a sign of weakness, mental injuries, such as the ones suffered by Marine Staff Sgt. James Ownbey, are gaining the attention of a military worn down by a decade at war.
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Understanding
the enemy: Part 2

How enemies in Afghanistan must be persuaded to lay down their weapons through negotiation and force.

Part 1: The modern-day U.S. officer emerges

The evolving military

The battle against insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq has created an insatiable demand for the once-lowly drone.

Timeline: Drone attacks

Impact of War
[imapct of war]

Experts and everyday people come together to talk about how the war has changed their lives.

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