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Marine officer who blasted leaders over Afghanistan withdrawal now in the brig
“All our son did is ask the questions that everybody was asking themselves, but they were too scared to speak out loud.”
US troops gave the Taliban and ISIS the middle finger in messages left at Kabul airport
It's called art, ever heard of it?
US Embassy in Kabul posted job opening days before preparing for evacuation
The application window opened the same day Americans were told to leave "immediately."
Longest-serving US commander in Afghanistan steps down amid troop withdrawal
“It’s not the end of the story ... It’s the end of a chapter.”
Biden: America’s war in Afghanistan isn’t a total failure — yet
"No 'mission accomplished.'"
This may be one of the last Purple Hearts awarded for the US War in Afghanistan
“Many of us had so many close calls. It was just another day in Marjah.”
‘Why are you leaving now?’ — A rookie Afghan policeman, a combat veteran, and a shared loss of naivety
“The look of fear on the faces of these local policemen as we left our position is something I will never forget."
The Taliban says they won the war in Afghanistan. They are not wrong
We’ve got the watches, they’ve got the time.
‘Modicum of success’ is the new ‘Mission Accomplished’ for Afghanistan
What Milley is saying is the United States has succeeded in not losing the war – yet.
The Afghan peace process is going terribly, surprising no one
Peace has not flowered in Afghanistan since the US agreed to leave.
Afghanistan drawdown? Not so fast, says Covid-19
There are currently 22 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Afghanistan.
US Military in peace talks with Afghanistan
The U.S military and the Taliban have been in peace talks recently. The two sides signed a withdrawal agreement on...
Afghan government to release 1,500 jailed Taliban fighters
The two-page decree is expected to be made public soon by the Afghan government.
Afghan President rejects the release of 5,000 Taliban prisoners under new peace deal
"The government of Afghanistan has made no commitment to free 5,000 Taliban prisoners."
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
Army suicides usually decrease during wartime. New data shows that’s no longer the case
One hopeful sign is that once the military began to focus on reducing suicides, the rates actually fell.
Mattis: No, the war in Afghanistan isn’t ‘just one undistinguished defeat after another’
"If you read this, you'd almost think it's a total disaster and it's not that at all."
The Taliban may not have breached the walls of Bagram, but they damaged the hell out of its main passenger terminal
Airmen were busy on Thursday clearing debris from Bagram Airfield's passenger terminal following a Taliban attack that came uncomfortably close the previous day
A former top US commander revealed that no one could tell him what ‘winning’ looked like in Afghanistan
"I tried to get someone to define for me what winning meant, even before I went over, and nobody could"
Suicide bombers strike main US military base in Afghanistan, injuring 87
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, which struck the Bagram air base north of Kabul.
SecDef Esper: US troop drawdowns in Afghanistan are ‘not necessarily’ tied to a deal with the Taliban
Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Monday that any future troop drawdowns in Afghanistan were "not necessarily" linked to a deal with Taliban insurgents, suggesting some lowering of force levels may happen irrespective of the ongoing peace push
Top US general claims Afghanistan peace talks are right around the corner
"I think the chances of a positive outcome through negotiations is higher than I have seen, and I've been deeply involved in Afghanistan for 18 years."
‘American Taliban’ John Walker Lindh to get early release from prison this week
On Thursday, John Phillip Walker Lindh, whose haunting image captivated America after his 2001 capture in Afghanistan, is set to be released from an Indiana federal prison after serving most of his 20-year sentence.
Afghan security forces robbed and terrorized US-funded support staff to the tune of $780K
Members of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces frequently robbed and abused the native Afghan personnel hired under three maintenance and operations contracts at ANDSF military bases, confiscating a total of $780,000 in property and equipment and often detaining workers at gunpoint.
The Taliban captured 150 Afghan soldiers as they tried to flee the country
The Taliban captured 150 Afghan soldiers after they tried to flee into neighboring Turkmenistan but were forced back.