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Nobody Leaves War Emotionally Healthy. The Path to Recovery Is Unique to Each Person.
“Traveling to Iraq had left me with no better understanding of wartime trauma, or why some people’s path ends in suicide,”
|US sanctions firms for Iranian oil sales to China and military drone deliveries to RussiaThe U.S. blacklisted more than a dozen companies it says are helping Iran sell millions of dollars’ worth of petroleum products to China.|
|Ukraine confronts tougher fight in push to extend battlefield wins|
|Ukrainian forces have impressed the world with their counteroffensive, but both sides are gearing up to continue the fight well into next year.|
|Senators push for US to send Ukraine powerful armed drones|
|In a letter addressed to Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, 16 senators said they supported sending the MQ-1C Gray Eagle tactical drones long requested by Kyiv but reportedly declined by the Pentagon earlier this month.|
If another major war broke out today, would the United States have enough ammunition to fight?
This tired, and not too well old warrior, is digging into my trenches and holding strong. I will not let my afflictions slow me down from posting to you my brothers and sisters. It is hard, at best, to concentrate long enough to do this, but onward I go.
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