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U.S. One Step Closer to Making Bionic Supersoldiers a Reality

An American military project hopes to promote self-healing via tiny implants that emit electrical currents to stimulate and monitor injured areas on the body.

The U.S. military is creating an army of Wolverines. DARPA’s ElectRX (pronounced “electrics”) project is currently developing tiny microchips to implant in the bodies of active-duty service members and veterans that would essentially give them the power of self-healing.

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Special Veterans' Courts Are Great; Why Can't Everyone Have Them? Why Aren't All Courts Veterans Courts?

Some soldiers returning from the Middle East are facing special courts when they break the law. Here's why that's wrong.

In the December issue of The Atlantic, Army vet and journalist Kristina Shevory writes about a tremendous idea: "veterans court."

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Heartmelting Footage of Dogs Welcoming Soldiers Home

No one knows how to honor a soldier as well as his dog. Watch, tear up, and get all overwhelmed with equal parts reverence and emotional...

No one knows how to honor a soldier as well as his dog. Watch, tear up, and get all overwhelmed with equal parts reverence and emotional fragility.

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Many more videos at Mental Floss. The dachshunds are especially remarkable.

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