Category Archives: Afghanistan

“The New Normal? Heightened Use of the National Guard in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars”

By William Taylor, Angelo State University Note: This is the third in a series of posts about the National Guard and the Reserves. He was many things to many people: a loving husband, a devoted father to seven children, and … Continue reading

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Selling a Daughter to Pay for a Leg

by Heather Marie Stur A couple of articles I read recently got me thinking about the long reach of war and how we define casualties. The first is a New York Times article about disabled Afghan veterans struggling against corruption … Continue reading

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