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In less than a month, the last American troops stationed in Iraq are set to return home. As the United States prepares to celebrate the close of a painfully fraught era of politics and war, veterans and their families face the beginning of their next great challenge: returning home and acclimating to a peacetime “normalcy.”

In less than a month, the last American troops stationed in Iraq are set to return home. As the United States prepares to celebrate the close of a painfully fraught era of politics and war, veterans and their families face the beginning of their next great challenge: returning home and acclimating to a peacetime “normalcy.”

SolarCity is set to announce that it will receive funding from Bank of America Merrill Lynch for its project to install solar panels on military housing across the country, an effort that is expected to cost more than $1 billion over five years, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

The quality of life has improved for some community members this month with the implementation of hot water tanks here at Warner Barracks.

A $1 billion solar energy project that lost a federal loan in the wake of the Solyndra bankruptcy and related investigations is back on track to nearly double the number of panels on residential rooftops in the U.S.