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Point of impact: An untold story of escape from the Pentagon on 9/11 and the Forever Wars that followed
When Flight 77 hit the Pentagon, the Marine Corps and Defense Department prepared for war. Two decades later, this is that story of service and sacrifice.
All US troops are officially out of Afghanistan
For the time being, it appears as if the original Forever War is now over.
US troops are stuck on the Mexico border with no end in sight
The new Forever War?
‘It bothers me a little bit that it’s just going to end like this’ – The pain felt by Afghanistan war veterans
The War in Afghanistan may be ending, but the Pentagon already has plans to keep fighting there
Forever War Lite.
Same sh*t, different decade: the War on Terror just won’t end for these 2 Army pilots
“We both have a little more grey hair."
Will the US finally get the hell out of Afghanistan once and for all?
You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.
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"
Fight and talk: Why the Taliban keep fighting through endless rounds of ceasefires
"The more gain on the battleground, the bigger the share on the negotiating table."
Here is the Democrats’ plan for the military if Biden wins in November
Here are a few of the highlights of the draft 2020 Democratic Party Platform.
The Afghan peace process is going terribly, surprising no one
Peace has not flowered in Afghanistan since the US agreed to leave.
‘F— it, we’re going to war’ — new TV special depicts George W. Bush’s impatience with diplomacy after 9/11
Was invading Afghanistan and Iraq a good idea? Never much for public introspection, George W. Bush was always content to let history judge his presidency
The US needs to rethink nation-building to prevent the next forever war
American forces are particularly unprepared to work with the host governments to establish effective security forces, an advisor mission that in Afghanistan and Iraq came only as an after-thought when policymakers realized they needed an exit strategy
Clashes across Afghanistan kill dozens of security force members, militants
Clashes between Afghan forces and Taliban militants killed dozens nationwide over the past 24 hours, authorities said on Wednesday, even as the United States tries to broker peace talks between the warring sides
The US is apparently providing ‘limited’ support for the Taliban against ISIS
The U.S. military is apparently providing some form of "limited support" for the Taliban as part of the terror group's fight against ISIS in Afghanistan
Afghanistan truce still in effect despite Taliban attacks
Overall, violence in Afghanistan is on a downward trend, the top U.S. military commander there says
Taliban: No peace agreement if US troops stay in Afghanistan
"My fellow Afghans will soon celebrate this historic agreement," Sirajuddin Haqqani wrote in the New York Times. "Once it is entirely fulfilled, Afghans will see the departure of all foreign troops"
Taliban still attacking Afghan government as they await potential ceasefire deal with US
"Our leadership hasn't conveyed any message about a ceasefire to us," said a Taliban commander.
The US and Taliban have reached a reduction of violence agreement
The United States has reached a reduction of violence agreement with the Taliban that could lead to a U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, a senior administration official said on Friday
The US and Taliban are considering a 7-day ‘reduction in violence,’ SecDef Esper says
'I think peace deserves a chance -- but it will demand that all parties comply with their obligations if we move forward.'
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!'
Taliban accuses US of delaying Afghanistan peace process
"Mr. Pompeo should not shift the blame. Our stance is principled and united, and our policy is not shaky like the opposite side."
Afghan security forces averaged one insider attack every 4 days in the closing months of 2019, new data shows
Afghan National Defense and Security Forces personnel carried out 33 insider attacks during the fourth quarter of 2019, resulting in 90 casualties, according to a new report from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction