However, as our brave men and women continue to return from the battlefields of the War on Terror, Congress must respond by enacting policies that meet the evolving needs of the veterans community.
Only the dead have seen the end of the war.
When you walk through the hospital, you waiver between feeling bad for everyone else and feeling bad for yourself. It's a war of the worlds — the healthy and the sick.
When all the world is overcharged with inhabitants, then the last remedy of all is war, which provideth for every man, by victory or death.
Force and fraud are in war the two cardinal virtues.
World War II was the last government program that really worked.
If we lose the war in the air we lose the war and we lose it quickly.
If you are far from the enemy, make him believe you are near.
Sleep after Toil, Port after stormy Seas,
Ease after War, Death after Life, does greatly please.
Let us not be deceived we are today in the midst of a cold war.
War — quotes and aphorisms
I abhor war and view it as the greatest scourge of mankind.
There is no avoiding war; it can only be postponed to the advantage of others.
To those who are incapable of presenting the historic truth in an honest way, I want to say that Poland was not a perpetrator but a victim of World War Two.
It's impossible to know what happens in the fog of war.
The tragedy of modern war is that the young men die fighting each other — instead of their real enemies back home in the capitals.
The United Nations' founders understood that decisions affecting war and peace should happen only by consensus, and with America's consent, the veto by Security Council permanent members was enshrined in the United Nations Charter. The profound wisdom of this has underpinned the stability of international relations for decades.
To those who don't know the historical truth, I would like to say today, Poland was not an aggressor but a victim during the Second World War.
Going to war without France is like going hunting without an accordion.
I've read a lot of war writing, even World War I writing, the British war poetry of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon, Robert Graves's memoir 'Goodbye to All That', and a civilian memoir, 'Testament of Youth', by Vera Brittain.
The negative effects of combat were nightmares, and I'd get jumpy around certain noises and stuff, but you'd have that after a car accident or a bad divorce. Life's filled with trauma. You don't need to go to war to find it; it's going to find you. We all deal with it, and the effects go away after awhile. At least they did for me.