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U.S. military officials blame Iran for providing weapons and training for Iraqi Shiite extremists.
Why no more outrage about the DOD spin machine?
The top military adviser has garnered respect for his candor and concern for American troops.
The first large-scale, nongovernmental assessment of the psychological needs of U.S. troops who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan over the past six years finds that 20 percent of military troops who have returned from war—some 300,000 total—report symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder or major depression. Slightly more than half have sought treatment, according to the study by Rand.
The top American commander in Iraq asks for patience and says the effort is "worth it."
Despite its enduring public appeal, and a country at war, the subject gets little respect on campus.
Lynch, Shoshana Johnson, and Patrick Miller talk to U.S. News about moving on.