As the active duty reduces its numbers, the country's reserve force -- including the Minnesota National Guard -- will be asked to do more, and do it with less. Updated Nov. 10, 2012
This series of stories examines the transition for troops coming home, and for families and the institutions designed to help them.
Master Sgt. Robben Todd unloaded gear from the Minnesota Air National Guard’s C-130 at a Persian Gulf base.
After nine time zones and 7,000 miles, Minnesota Air Guard ends Afghanistan mission.
Consequences of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ lost opportunity to rapidly respond in Blake Uddin’s case are apparent.
As 1 in 3 Iraq vets seek mental health care, VA faces criticism over delays and shortages.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota are conducting the first of...
For the next four years, hundreds of military families in Minnesota will submit to wearing heart sensors to monitor the stresses they exert on each other and allow video cameras to record their interactions as part of a first-in-the-nation look at the toll exacted by deployments to war zones.
Robert Simon returned home from military service to face problems with...