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Investigation recounts death of Army sergeant major in Afghan insider attack
Neither Bolyard nor his fellow advisors were wearing body armor, as part of an effort to show trust with the Afghans.
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
The Army’s much-hyped advise-and-assist brigade couldn’t find enough soldiers to actually advise and assist, SIGAR chief says
According to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, the U.S. Army's 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade that had a major problem: it simply couldn't find enough soldiers to get the job done
Army Chief Of Staff Wades Into The Online Comments To Quell Green Beret Controversy
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley made a silly mistake Oct. 31 while attempting to perform damage control amid...
As US-Trained Forces Turn On Each Other, Army Expands Foreign Training Mission
The United States Army is quickly reorganizing to expand its training, advising, and assistance to foreign forces — even as...
Army Chief Of Staff: It’s ‘Forever Train And Advise,’ Not ‘Forever War’
Gen. Mark Milley has a dire message for the U.S. military-industrial complex: America’s forever wars are far from over. Speaking...
Army Ramps Up Effort To Recruit ‘Best Of The Best’ To New Deployable Training Brigades
With training for the first of six new so-called Security Force Assistance Brigades (SFABs) set to begin this fall, the...