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Marking the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Vietnam War, a new exhibit allows visitors to take a retrospective look at the war’s legacy through the lens of American journalists.
Medill graduate students are hard at work covering the 2015 GI Film Festival, an annual celebration of films that pay homage to the military experience. Check out their suite of stories below:
- GI Film Fest fans name their all-time favorite military films
- On Memorial Day: Remembering those who die from suicide
Doug Hughes, the Florida mail carrier who landed his gyrocopter on the U.S. Capitol’s West Lawn last month, appeared in court on Thursday to plead not guilty to all six federal charges against him. Among the charges against Hughes are two felonies: operating an aircraft without a license and flying an unregistered aircraft. He faces up to nine and half years in prison.
New Japanese defense guidelines set the stage for increased global military involvement.