Time after time you hear stories of people with PTSD complaining of sleepness nights. It fits the classic conception of the tortured sufferer, awakened in a sweat from visions of some calamity or tragedy.
Updated: December 17, 2010, - 07:35 PM
When it comes to arguments about gays in the military, issues of unit cohesion and combat effectiveness often come up as reasons against repealing what is known as Don't Ask Don't Tell.
Updated: December 10, 2010, - 06:43 PM
With dad in Afghanistan, volunteers decorated the home front, part of a national holiday program.
Updated: December 10, 2010, - 06:10 AM
The Star Tribune has been running a series on women in the military, including the debate about women in combat roles. To retired Lt. Col. Michael Baumann, author of the book "Adjust Fire: Transforming to Win in Iraq," the debate is, simply, over.
Updated: December 03, 2010, - 07:34 PM
A Chicago woman has Ben Kopp's heart. It's those kind of stories that make up a 2011 Minnesota Fallen Heroes Calendar, featuring the narratives of Minnesota natives who died in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Updated: November 19, 2010, - 09:20 PM
Nearly 250,000 female soldiers have served in Iraq and Afghanistan over the past decade. The military is often struggling to serve their needs as they come home.
Updated: November 17, 2010, - 04:15 PM
Sometimes, life-changing events may not be what they are made out to be. From their home in Hiawatha, Iowa, it's still hard for Steve and Rose Giunta to believe the kind of attention that is about to descend on their son, Sal.
Updated: November 12, 2010, - 09:39 PM
The day has new meaning for a family who lost a son, a soldier who lost his legs, and a scientist who has found a way to help suffering warriors.
Updated: November 11, 2010, - 05:49 AM
A disproportionate number of Minnesota's war casualties come from small towns.
Updated: October 18, 2010, - 07:52 AM