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    Burma’s Release of Child Soldiers: Promising, but Not Enough

    This past week, Burma announced the release of 68 child soldiers from its ranks. This latest action is promising, but progress toward ridding the army of its estimated 5,000 child soldiers is likely to be a long and arduous process. The U.S. should maintain pressure on Burma to ensure that … More

    Sexual Assault in the Military: Fix the Right Problem

    Some conservatives have joined Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s (D–NY) effort to remove the chain of command from cases of sexual assault in the military. They give the bill’s champion critical conservative cover in her well-intended but ill-aimed battle to create a new prosecution system for military sex crimes. They are trying … More

    Morning Bell: Serving Those Who Served

    This Memorial Day, the Heritage family will join all Americans in remembering the service and sacrifices of those who gave all so the rest of us would remain free. There is no greater way to honor their memory than making a personal commitment to serving those who served—our 22 million … More

    Warriors Coming Home: From the Front Lines to Fly Fishing

    We as a nation have to do a better job of serving those who served. There is a terrific group in Bozeman, Montana, that could teach us all a lesson. Warriors and Quiet Waters works with Iraq and Afghanistan veterans using the therapeutic effect of fly fishing to help heal … More

    Family Fact of the Week: Honoring Military Members and Their Families

    Memorial Day honors service men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom. While they set aside the comforts of American life and place themselves in danger, their family members are making enormous sacrifices daily. Chart Source. As Jeff Hensley, former fighter pilot in the U.S. … More