Some things come to mind easily in the Scott Watson case, then it gets murky - not just because it's decades on.
OPINION: Why NZ needs a new way to handle miscarriages of justice, and what that new way could be.
Parents of a girl reportedly killed during a New Zealand SAS raid have spoken of their heartbreak.
OPINION: Gunfire added to the video of the Battle of Baghak in place of dialogue is nothing short of propaganda.
Kiwi and friendly Afghan forces may have fired on each other by accident, the Defence Force admits.
Despite potential for war crime, charges dropped because soldier "gave the order in the heat of the moment”.
Former president's damning verdict: "We have more radicalism, we have more extremism, we have more attacks."
Controversial testing programme at odds with public perception, activist says.
Comrades spoke proudly of Pralli Durrer's bravery, selflessness and humility.
Dan Thompson was a soldier’s soldier - with integrity.
Rory Malone's mother thinks the official inquiry into the fatal Battle of Baghak was a whitewash.
Our soldiers should have left Afghanistan sooner, says the PM who launched NZ's decade-long deployment.
NZ soldiers helped collect biometric data for a controversial programme the public was never told about.
Did New Zealand’s mission contribute more than just warm fuzzies?
Helen Clark says military chiefs need to front up over allegations surrounding a SAS firefight.
Afghanistan was never a peace-keeping mission. What did we really do there?
Calls for apology and punishment over firefight at centre of one of NZ's proudest military episodes.
OPINION: Silence from the Defence Force reeks of a lack of accountability.
The talented investigators revealing hidden details about NZ's war in Afghanistan.
Documentary reveals secret details about operations involving our soldiers.