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Feds investigating Colorado plane delay

By ABQnews Staff

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The U.S. Department of Transportation is investigating an i …

Jordan Matson, 28, right, a former U.S. Army soldier from Sturtevant, Wis., takes a break with other fighters from the main Kurdish militia, the People’s Protection Units, or YPG, in Sinjar, Iraq, on Jan 29, 2015. Matson and dozens of other Westerners now fight with the Kurds, spurred on by Kurdish social media campaigners and a sense of duty many feel after Iraq, the target of a decadelong U.S.-led military campaign, collapsed under an Islamic State group offensive within days last summer. (AP Photo/Vivian Salama)

Fighting their demons: U.S. vets rally behind Kurds

By Vivian Salama And Bram Janssen / The Associated Press

U.S. veterans, some suffering from PTSD, are returning to the Mideast to join the fight against the Sunni militants of Islamic State