He saw gore and death, but he also saved lives. There are certain things a former corpsman will never forget or take for granted.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/image0.jpeg9601280Josiah Koleoshohttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngJosiah Koleosho2020-01-22 09:55:172021-11-19 20:25:20Finding My Calling While Treating a Casualty Inside Friendly Lines
Traveling to Iraq left me with a continued understanding of wartime trauma but not why some people’s paths end in suicide.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Thanksgiving-meal.jpeg427640Ted Engelmannhttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngTed Engelmann2022-11-15 11:04:202022-11-17 14:53:49Nobody Leaves War Emotionally Healthy. The Path to Recovery Is Unique to Each Person.
“My name should be on that wall.” A civilian reflects on choosing not to join the military during the Vietnam War and his journey to create art about war.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Portrait-of-a-Woman-Triptych-by-artist-Steve-Alpert-1500x650-1.jpg6501500Steve Alperthttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngSteve Alpert2020-12-30 09:30:312021-04-27 22:09:45A Calling Through Art, Decades After Choosing Not to Serve
Despite a bumpy launch, the Space Force seeks to modernize U.S. defense in outer space.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/SpaceForcelaunch-1000x1000-1.jpg10911000Rowan Philphttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngRowan Philp2020-05-28 09:39:432020-11-23 16:33:39The Newest Military Branch—the Space Force
“My mind won’t let go,” writes a Marine veteran of Afghanistan. “The farther I get from those days, the heavier my guilt.”
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/patrol-web.jpg12432048Russell Hellyerhttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngRussell Hellyer2021-05-19 07:29:392021-11-19 17:07:15As Afghan War Nears its End, a Marine’s Guilt Intensifies
“His story is so much the story of Afghanistan: youth destroyed violently while fighting for a better home,” writes reserve Naval Officer Jack McCain.
https://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/afghan-crew-web.jpg600800Jack McCainhttps://thewarhorse.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/NEW-War-Horse-logo-no-tagline-405x160-1.pngJack McCain2021-05-12 09:23:442021-11-19 17:09:12For an “Afghan Hand,” Explosions and Crashes Echo Loss and “a Romanticized Idea of Adventure”
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The Newest Military Branch—the Space Force
As Afghan War Nears its End, a Marine’s Guilt Intensifies
For an “Afghan Hand,” Explosions and Crashes Echo Loss and “a Romanticized Idea of Adventure”