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Two decades of blood, sweat, and tears in Afghanistan have yielded a ‘modicum of success,’ top US general says
"Over the last five to seven years at a minimum, we have been in a condition of strategic stalemate"
For years he sold the military’s version of the Iraq War. Now he’s on a mission to convey ‘the chaos and absurdity of that experience’
With his new memoir, "Attention Servicemember" Army veteran and former conflict photographer Ben Brody shows war the way he saw it.
Will leaving Afghanistan cause another 9/11? Former soldiers and diplomats say no, not necessarily
"We have the counter-terrorism capacity to get the guys we need to get ... It shouldn't be any different in Afghanistan."
Trump reiterates that he wants to end the Afghanistan war and ‘bring our troops back home’
'We are working to finally end America's longest war and bring our troops back home!'
‘The Afghanistan Papers’ are being turned into a documentary and a scripted series
"The Afghanistan Papers," a confidential trove of interviews with top U.S. national security officials obtained by the Washington Post that showed a years-long effort to hide the truth about the war in Afghanistan, is getting the Hollywood treatment.
An Afghanistan peace deal is shimmering above the horizon — just like a desert mirage
Your friend and humble narrator is extremely skeptical that peace may be at hand.
US government officials are encouraged to lie about progress in Afghanistan, special inspector general says
'You create from the bottom up an incentive because of short time frames – we're there for six months, nine months, or a year – to show success. That gets reported up the chain and before we know it the president is talking about success that doesn't exist.'
Top US general says troops who died in Afghanistan did not give their lives for nothing
"Our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines who have given their lives in Afghanistan have not given their lives in vain, in my view."
His son died fighting the Taliban. The Afghanistan Papers confirmed what one Gold Star father already knew
It's been more than eight years since his son, Navy Petty Officer First Class Michael J. Strange, was killed alongside 29 other U.S. soldiers and eight Afghan security forces on America's deadliest day of the war in Afghanistan. His father's anger remains
There are lies, damn lies, and even more damn lies about Afghanistan
As Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) pointed out during the June 2018 confirmation hearing for the current U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan, "We've supposedly turned the corner so many times that it seems now we're going in circles."