Coverage of the War on Terrorism

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Coverage of the War on Terrorism


A helpful index of articles from November 2001 through April 2006 shows the extent of VFW reporting on terrorism in general and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq in particular.

VFW has published 155 articles, including 22 cover stories, since November 2001.

Terrorism (General)

2001

CP: Waging War on Terrorism, Nov

Marshalling Military Might, Nov

Is America Ready for a War on Terrorism?, Nov

2002

Death at the Pentagon: A Memorial Tribute, Jan

From the Ashes Comes the Rebirth of Patriotism, Jan

Rendering Relief in Terrorism's Wake, Jan

VFW-led K-9Team First on Scene, Jan

CP: War, Veterans & Benefits, Feb

'Stiletto' Strikes on 'Sleeper Cells' in Somalia?, Feb

DELTA Force: secret Wielders of Death, Mar

Airmen on the Ground: Air Force's 720th Special Tactics Group, Apr

Forgotten Front-Lebanon, Apr

How Kids Cope with the Specter of Terrorism, Apr

Lebanese Madman Leaves Trail of Terror, Apr

Monumental Decisions, May

'Shoulder-to-Shoulder': Combatting Terrorists in the Philippines, May

CP: Keeping the Flame Alive, June/July

Green Berets Now in Georgia, June/July

'Silent Option': Navy's Elite SEALs, June/July

Pre-empting Terrorism in Yemen, Aug

Tip of the Anti-Terrorism Spear, Aug

Tracking the 'Red Wolves of Radfan' (Yemen), Aug

Boosting Troop Morale, VFW Style, Sep

Prisoners of Terror, Sep

Radical lslamist War on Americans, Sep

'A Campaign That Knows No Boundaries,' Oct

Shadow Warriors Stalk at Night, Oct

CP: 'War of the Imagination/ Nov

Americans Killed by al Qaeda in the Philippines and Kuwait, Dec

2003

Horn of Africa to Serve as Base of Operations, Jan

2004

VA Activates Crisis Response Team for Homeland security, Jan

Pentagon Issues Latest VFW-Eligible Campaign Medal, May

New List Helps Identify Eligible Terrorism War Veterans, Aug

2005

Pentagon Victims Remembered at Arlington, Mar

Afghanistan War

2001

This is the Enemy, Nov

Ranger Raid Launches Ground Operations, Dec

52002

Afghanistan Foes on the Run, Jan

Special Ops Pave the Way, Jan

101 st Airborne Replaces Marines in Afghanistan, Feb

'Strike Swiftly and Deeply/ Feb

'Who Dares Wins': Britain's SAS in Action, Feb

Casualty Count in Afghan Campaign Hits 20, Mar

The Soviet-Afghan War: Breaking the Hammer & Sickle, Mar

Battle of Shahi Kot Valley, May

Marines Recall Christmas on the Terrorism Front, Dec

2003

A Beacon for Wounded Warriors, Feb

'Soldiers on Point for the Nation' (10th Mt. Div.), Mar

Terrorism Update: Action in Afghanistan, Apr

Afghanistan: The 'Forgotten War/ Nov

2004

'It's Not About Revenge Anymore/ Mar

MIP Recruiting is Thriving in Afghanistan, Mar

2005

GIs Waging'Straight Up War'in Afghanistan, Nov/Dec

2006

Afghanistan: A U.S. Combat Chronology, 2001-2006, Mar

Veterans (Afghanistan & Iraq War)

2003

CP: Honoring Veterans: Past & Present, June/July

Spirit & Pride Shine Through VFW Troop Efforts, Aug

Pentagon Evaluating Overseas Troops' Medical Needs, Sep

2004

CP: VFW Fills Critical Need Now, Jan

Caring for Troops Tops VFW's Current Concerns, Feb

CP: Wounded of War Demand Respect, Mar

They're Doing It For Us-We Can't Forget That/ Mar

VFW in Germany Supports War Wounded, Mar

It's Time the True Heroes of Today's Wars Were Honored, Apr

Vietnam Vets Volunteer Themselves to the Wounded, Apr

'Always With Honor' (Dover Mortuary), May

Tribute to America's Warriors, May

Coming Home to a Changed World, June/July

Stress Hard to Combat in War, June/July

America's Warriors Return, Aug

Patriot, Hero, Role Model, Aug

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