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About the Veterans Affairs Collection

The Veteran’s Affairs Collection is a growing selection of books and video resources intended to highlight, honor, and serve the experiences and educational needs of student veterans at UT Dallas. A deliberate focus has been placed on the experiences of veterans who served in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars.


Films in the Veterans Affairs Collection

Films in the Veterans Affairs Collection can be found by searching "Veterans Affairs Collection" in the library catalog and limiting resource type to "Media."

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Books in the Veterans Affairs Collection

This is a list of some of the Books in the Veterans Affairs Collection with the newest titles first.  You can retrieve the entire collection by searching "Veterans affairs collection" (including the " ") in the library catalog.

Making war at Fort Hood : life and uncertainty in a military community

The things they cannot say : stories soldiers won't tell you about what they've seen, done or failed to do in war

Learning to forget : US Army counterinsurgency doctrine and practice from Vietnam to Iraq

Afghanistan from the Cold War through the War on Terror

Fire and forget : short stories from the long war

Finding success as a returning veteran or military student

Global security watch--Syria

Wargames From Gladiators to Gigabytes

Fear, power, and politics : the recipe for war in Iraq after 9/11

The power and the people paths of resistance in the Middle East

Healing war trauma : a handbook of creative approaches

Ending wars well : order, justice, and conciliation in contemporary post-conflict

Bring me men : military masculinity and the benign facade of American empire, 1898-2001

The rise and fall of war crimes trials : from Charles I to Bush II

Reborn on the fourth of July : the challenge of faith, patriotism & conscience

What is PTSD? : 3 steps to healing trauma

The generals : American military command from World War II to today

The twilight war : the secret history of America's thirty-year conflict with Iran

Service : a Navy SEAL at war

The long walk : a story of war and the life that follows

The strategic student : successfully transitioning from the military to college academics

Couple-based interventions for military and veteran families : a practitioner's guide

Useful enemies : when waging wars is more important than winning them

Called to serve : a handbook on student veterans and higher education

The Snake Eaters : An unlikely band of brothers and the battle for the soul of Iraq

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Other Campus Resources For Student Veterans

Veteran Services Center

The UT Dallas Veteran Services Center (VSC) is a resource center for veterans, reservists, eligible dependents and active duty military students attending UT Dallas.

Student Success Center

Whether it is individualized tutoring, Peer-Led Team Learning (PLTL), Supplemental Instruction (SI), coordinated group study, or another approach to improving academic achievement, our student success team members make every attempt to assist students in achieving their academic goals across a wide variety of subject areas.

Student Counseling Center

The Student Counseling Center provides programs and services designed to assist students in achieving emotional well-being necessary for success.

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