Joanna Guldin-Noll, a fellow of the War Horse’s 2018 Writing Seminar for Military Spouses, reflects on losing a student to gun violence as a former teacher.
Vets4Warriors, a mostly donations-based phone support program, seeks to end the stigma of vets getting help and the shame of asking for it.
After starting a new chapter in his life, a former corpsman realized the men he lost 20 years before were much more than a memory.
She was set— a Marine Corps officer enrolled in a PhD program and headed to a new duty station on the West Coast. But then she woke up in a jail cell with her world falling apart.
Can artwork depicting the Syrian refugee crisis build empathy for an American audience? One writer hopes so.
How a former Army videographer learned to cope with trauma and rebuild her life.
How a new recruit learned what being in the Army truly meant and where he eventually found his way, sort of.
Searching for closure, a former Army Infantry officer travels to the gravesite of his platoon sergeant.
David Chrisinger found the words to express a devastating personal loss after teaching a military veteran how to write about her own feelings of sadness and uncertainty.