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Officials search for a motive after lone gunman goes on a murderous rampage.
The alleged shooter worked at Walter Reed for six years, received counseling as a psychiatry intern.
A new online curriculum is in the works to ease school transitions for itinerant members' children.
Michele Flournoy and other high-ranking females are leading the way for a new generation.
Doe-eyed do-gooders aren't the face of environmentalism, the U.S. military is.
Service members will receive $500 for each month past their contracted end date.
By winning hearts and minds over time, U.S. can choke off the enemy's support.
The Iraq surge's "success" is a myth, not a foundation for sound military strategy.
Proponents say the method, though expensive, is best in the long run. Others call its logic flawed.
Believing in the soldiers will give them confidence to get the job done.