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From "Firefight: Inside the Battle to Save the Pentagon on 9/11"
When it comes to combat, it is a coalition of the willing and not-so-willing.
Thomas Hartmann discusses military commissions on the eve of a 9/11 arraignment.
An extra check on actions when there is the risk of civilian casualties.
Far from the physical battlefields, analysts and targeters hunt the enemy and initiate airstrike.
Hunger strikers pressure the government to say 'no' to Washington.
A routine training run turns into an emergency nighttime medical evacuation.
Q&A with Philip Gourevitch, coauthor of "Standard Operating Procedure."
U.S. military wrestles with the problem of the Afghan-Pakistani border region.