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2 additional Monkeypox cases were found in Sacramento County that were unrelated to the previous 5. And, 2 U.S. veterans from Alabama are reported missing in Ukraine

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“A civil war really broke out between the military veterans of Vietnam over this design,” said Jan Scruggs, founder of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund.

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The History of Veterans Day: Veterans Day originally came out of World War I but has changed a few times throughout history.

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Two-time Academy Award-winning actor, director and activist Sean Penn has been on the front lines of the war in Ukraine since it began nearly a year ago, and he has a fresh take on the reality there and a provocative idea to expedite Western aid. He suggests that U.S. veterans could go to Ukraine to help soldiers learn how to use U.S. military equipment while in the fight.

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2 Alabama veterans captured by Russia in Ukraine freed over 3 months later

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For one Veteran, his life has revolved around the various 'suits' that he has worn. He recounts life from a small boy, through his time in the military, his getting himself into trouble resulting in incarceration, and his successful reintegration into the community upon release from incarceration. He notes that it was his military uniform—the 'suit'—that allowed him to be assisted by the Department of Veterans Affairs both while incarcerated and upon his release, highlighting the efforts on the part of VA to assist all incarcerated Veterans.

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On February 15th, the French Consul in Washington awarded the Legion of Honor to 24 U.S. veterans who fought in France during World War II.

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(4 Jun 2004)

1. Air France plane taxis
2. French military band playing
3. Veterans begin to leave plane - greeted by officials
4. Cutaway
5. Veteran shakes hands with French official
6. Veterans off plane
7. Officials
8. Veteran waves at cameras
9. Veteran at ceremony
10. Group of veterans
11. Reverse shot of military band
12. Two women shake hands
13. US national anthem played
14. Tilt up to face of veteran
15. Veterans on red carpet
16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Rocco Moretto, D-Day veteran, 26th Infantry
"We went through so much sixty years ago. I left so many friends and buddies behind and I come here to honour them, they were the real heroes."
17. Veterans on red carpet
18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Philip Russell, DDay veteran
"The French people were so good to us they took us in when we were wounded, gave us food and hid us from the Germans. They're great people, we love them."
19. Veteran on red carpet
20. Various veterans
21. SOUNDBITE: (French) Hemlaoui Mekachera, French Veterans' Minister
"This is very important, we are trying to express, in the best possible way, the attachment and the gratitude towards those who are here, but there are many that aren't here and that made the ultimate sacrifice - that is to say, they gave their lives so that we can enjoy the visible space of freedom that we have today."
22. Vets at airport


A group of one hundred US veterans arrived at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris on Friday, on their way to Normandy to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of D Day.

The group was met by Frances Minister for Veterans, Hamlaoui Mekachera at a reception at the airport.

The men flew in on an Air France jet, paid for by French businesses and individuals keen to make their visit possible.

Upon arrival, Rocco Moretto, from the 26th Infantry Division, said: "We went through so much sixty years ago. I left so many friends and buddies behind and I come here to honour them, they were the real heroes."

All the men and a handful of female veterans will be given the Legion D'Honneur, one of France's highest decorations, in recognition of their sacrifices.

99 will receive their medals on Saturday in Paris from the French Defence Minister.

One man will receive his decoration from President Chirac during the commemoration festivities in Normandy over the weekend.

The old soldiers will be staying in some of Paris's most prestigious hotels before making the trip by train to Normandy on Sunday.

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The mission of the All of Us Research Program is to accelerate health research and medical breakthroughs, enabling individualized prevention, treatment, and care for all of us.

Yet again, America’s Veterans are serving the country by participating. These testimonials are worth spreading…

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Joe Biden was confronted about his war record by veterans. Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comments below.


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"You enabled that war. Millions are dead in Iraq. Their blood is on your hands!” Two veterans confronted US presidential candidate Joe Biden over his record of supporting the war in Iraq and Afghanistan during a campaign stopover in California."

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The families of U.S veterans Alex Drueke and Andy Huynh, who are being held by Russia, recalled the moment they each found out their loved one was captured.

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President Obama pledged to end homelessness among veterans in 2015 and the VA announced a plan for Los Angeles County.

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Life was never the same for Zaneta Adams after a debilitating service-related injury. In her lowest moment, she considered giving up, but her children propelled her forward. Now an attorney and advocate for Veterans in Michigan, Adams opens up about her own struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and encourages fellow Veterans to reach out, ask for help, share the gift of hope, and give back. One way to do this, she found, is through VA’s Million Veteran Program.

To learn more and join today, visit or call 866-441-6075.

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Special thanks: Jennifer Taylor, Heather Feuerstein, Zoe Shepherd, Maria Corso, Tim Mosher, David Harte, Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency, LaTonya Parker, Ron Haskell, and the Michigan State Capitol.

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June of 2019 we had the honor of bringing 16 #WWII #Veterans back to #Normandy for the #75th anniversary of #DDay. You can help more veterans return by donating to our foundation.

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Veterans of the war in Afghanistan share their feelings of what it's been like to watch the country collapse. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

The world was shocked this week by horrifying scenes of desperate Afghans swarming the tarmac at Kabul’s international airport, grasping at their last chance to escape a country now completely overrun by the Taliban.

After nearly two decades of war, more than 6,000 American lives lost, over 100,000 Afghans killed and more than $2 trillion spent by the U.S., the outlook for the country’s future was still grim, with regional experts assuming the Taliban would ultimately come to control most of Afghanistan once again.

But few expected a takeover this swift, with so little resistance from the Afghan government and Afghan National Army, the latter of which was funded and trained with $89 billion from the U.S. taxpayer.

“While the end result and bloodletting once we left was never in doubt, the speed of collapse is unreal,” one former intelligence official and U.S. Marine who served in Afghanistan told CNBC, requesting anonymity due to professional restrictions.

“Why were the Taliban able to so quickly take over? This is a masterpiece, frankly, operationally,” Michael Zacchea, a retired U.S. Marine who led an American-trained Iraqi Army battalion during the Iraq War, told CNBC. “Why were they able to take the country faster than we did in 2001?”

The question has been asked by Americans, Afghans, military veterans and international observers alike — and the answer, much like the Afghanistan conflict itself, is complex, multilayered and tragic.

But among the main causes, analysts say, are intelligence failures, a more powerful Taliban, corruption, money, cultural differences, and simple willpower.

Intelligence failure

The Taliban’s rapid takeover of Afghanistan, including its capital and the presidential palace, suggests that U.S. military intelligence failed in its assessment of the situation, according to Bill Roggio, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

“This is an intelligence failure of the highest order,” he told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia” on Monday, adding that it’s the “biggest intelligence failure” since the Tet Offensive during the Vietnam War, a campaign of devastating surprise attacks on the U.S. and its allies in 1968.

Roggio said the Taliban pre-positioned equipment and materials, organized, planned and executed a “massive offensive” since early May before beginning its “final assault,” while U.S. officials said the local government and military forces should be able to hold out for six months to a year.

Last week, Reuters reported that a U.S. defense official saw Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, falling in 90 days. Instead, that happened on Sunday, less than 10 days after the first provincial capital of Zaranj was taken by the Taliban.

‘A collapse in the will to fight’

What’s key to note is that the Taliban did not have to fight their way into Afghanistan’s provincial capitals but rather brokered a series of surrenders, says Jack Watling, a research fellow for land warfare and military sciences at the Royal United Services Institute in London. Over the last few years of fighting, the group managed to gain control of some 50% of the country by seizing rural areas.

And when they began making headway in cities, many Afghan forces gave in to them, convinced that the government in Kabul would not back them up.

“The Taliban would infiltrate urban areas, assassinating key people like pilots, threatening the families of commanders, saying if you capitulate, you’ll save your family,” Watling said.

“A lot of people, because they lacked confidence that Kabul would be able to save them, capitulated.” More and more people chose this route, “so there was very little fighting, which is why it suddenly happened so fast,” he added.

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Heroes, Frauds and Imposters (2010): Some Americans have convinced others of their heroic military histories, only to be revealed that they had been telling outright lies.

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They've duped veterans and been hailed as heroes by the world. They are the legion of military 'fakers' who have emerged since 9/11 - a phenomenon reaching the highest levels of US politics.

"I spent a third of my life in the marine core. It was everything I knew, everything I loved." A charismatic Rick Duncan tells the story that captivated America at a high-profile event for the Colorado Veterans Alliance. A hero dodging bullets and losing buddies on three tours of Iraq, collecting shrapnel he calls "internal body bling", and garnering some of the highest military medals possible. Yet he had bought his medals, and cut and pasted his stories, from the internet. He played an important role in supporting veterans in the 2008 Presidential campaign. Yet veteran Dan Warvi says that it took him six hours on the internet to realise that "Rick was a complete fraud". When veteran Doug Sternum realised that one man had stolen the identity of his deceased best friend, he made it his mission to hunt down people like Rick: "I get overwhelmed by the amount of imposters". Despite serious penalties and 6 months jail time for faking military service, or wearing honours not won in battle, more and more imposters continue to be revealed in what has become a highly emotional witch hunt: "This isn't a fuckin' computer game - this is for real!"

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