Special project: Lost Warriors

  • More service members now are taking their own lives than are dying in combat. As the toll mounts, family members are asking whether military leaders are responding properly to soldiers in crisis.

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Corinne Campbell discovered the Army had wiped clean the hard drive of her son Jeremy’s laptop.

Mary Clare Lindberg felt that one of the reasons her son, Ben, conside...

Families greeted nearly 300 soldiers from the 3rd Brigade returning to Fort Campbell, Ky., on Feb. 14 after a year in Afghanistan.

An emotional Barbara Hervas talked about her son Maj. Tad Hervas. A painting of him and other mementos are on display at the family’s Coon Rapids home.

About 70 Minnesota Guard soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 125th Field Artillery, gathered in New Ulm recently for a deployment ceremony.

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