Coverage of the personal side of our military personnel is well done by Military.com. In a recent post: "The New York Times reported Monday that Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and Citigroup uncovered hundress [sic] of cases of wrongful foreclosures of military personnel that occurred between 2009 and 2010." [Reports: Four Banks Seized Over 700 Military Homes].
"'It's absolutely devastating to be 7,000 miles from your home fighting for this country and get a message that your family is being evicted,' Col. John S. Odom Jr., a retired Air Force lawyer who now represents military members in foreclosure cases, told the [New York] Times."
Like corporations care.