military moms 

Discharge, Not Court-Martial, for Single Army Mom

Alexis Hutchinson with her son Kamani. Credit: Alexis Hutchinson / AP A single Army mom who refused to follow her unit to Afghanistan because she had no one to care for her infant son will be discharged from the military, but not cou...

Military Mom Turns to Surrogacy

Angel Howard was on the phone with her husband -- then stationed in Iraq -- when doctors called with the results of her first surrogate pregnancy test. She put her husband on hold. Those results were negative, a huge disappointment. But the milita...

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