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  • Echoes of 1991 Gulf War linger on in Mideast, analysis shows

    The 1991 Gulf War saw only 100 hours of ground fighting as U.S. forces entered Kuwait to end the Iraqi occupation, but echoes of that conflict have lingered for decades …


  • Missing records frustrate veterans

    A strange thing happened when Christopher DeLara filed for disability benefits after his tour in Iraq: The U.S. Army said it had no records showing he had ever been overseas. …


  • Captives for freedom

    When it comes to telling tales, Lt. Col. Dale Storr is used to winning the day. After all, the Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt pilot was shot down in the Gulf …


  • Gulf War pilot’s remains found

    WASHINGTON – Navy pilot Michael “Scott” Speicher was shot down over the Iraq desert on the first night of the Gulf War in 1991 and it was there he apparently …

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