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About 3 percent had PTSD, depression or another anxiety syndrome before going overseas, study says
Students with deployed parents score lower on tests.
Nearly 100 U.S. graduate programs now offer conflict resolution studies.
President Obama should come with an answer to candidate Obama's presidential power concerns.
Countries that enter into defense pacts with other nations are less likely to be attacked.
Defense secretary says the Pentagon plans to cut its force levels by up to 47,000 starting in 2015.
The list includes some expected winners, but also some surprises.
Current military helmet lets explosive forces in through the face, computer simulations show.
Study found they needed more doctor visits to handle issues from parent's absence