A press release distributed by Amazon early this morning explains that as part of its "continuing ... commitment to support transitioning military service women and men," the company plans to donate 2,000 Kindles to the nonprofit Operation Homefront "to support wounded service members and their families." According to the release, Amazon has "also pledged to hire at least 1,200 veterans in the next 12 months." "Amazon is committed to supporting veterans as they transition from military life to civilian life,” says Dave Clark, Amazon’s vice president of global customer fulfillment. “As we continue to create jobs in the U.S., we want to ensure...