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“I just hope these guys’ wives and their children understand how courageous their husbands and dads were,” said Sgt. Jacob Walker. “They fought like warriors.”
Soldiers recount deadly attack on Afghanistan outpost
By Steve Mraz, Stars and Stripes
Mideast edition, Saturday, July 19, 2008
Everything was on fire. The trucks. The bazaar. The [...]
The Strategy Page has an essay this morning that is important to read since it appears the war in Iraq is winding down and action in Afghanistan is heating up. Jim Dunnigan provides his readers with insights into the tactics of the Taliban and how they intend to handle European forces currently stationed there. One [...]
Is this where we are going? Again? Are we about to embark on another national disgrace that was like John Kerry’s Vietnam Veterans Against War?
Well, it seems as if we are. Today, ex soldiers were testifying in front of Congress about “atrocities” that American troops were perpetrating against the Iraqis.
Former army sergeant Kristofer [...]
Gen Petraeus has been tabbed to lead the U.S Central Command which encompasses both the Iraq War and the War in Afghanistan.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates named his top commander in Iraq, Gen. David Petraeus, on Wednesday to lead U.S. Central Command, responsible for all Middle East operations, including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Campaign stars approved for Afghan, Iraq deployments
Posted : Saturday Apr 19, 2008 6:52:31 EDT
Service members who have been on multiple deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq are now eligible to wear campaign stars on their Afghanistan or Iraq campaign medals.
The Department of Defense approved on April 16 the wearing of campaign stars. Information on applying [...]
Great segment about how the Iraq Government looks like it’s FINALLY coming together. Also included in this video is an update on Afghanistan and how NATO needs to send troops now.
The Chokway team loses its serve and hands over the ball while the crowd grows anxious with anticipation.
The first of its kind held in the region, a volleyball tournament draws Afghan athletes from all over the North East Region of Afghanistan. The tournament was sponsored by the New Safi Construction Company And Supplier. This [...]
Abu Laith Al-Libi was killed in the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan probably by the CIA using a Predator drone. This is a big deal as he was seen as the number three man in Al Qaeda. I hope he’s happy to see his virgins now. Hopefully more and more of his friends will [...]
Dec. 26, 2007 - U.S. Army Capt. Jordan J. Berry, the Kapisa province civil affairs team leader for the Bagram Provincial Reconstruction Team, and Koeja Ablebacker, governor of Kapisa province, cut a ceremonial ribbon during the opening ceremony of the Aftabachi Girl’s School in the Kapisa province of Afghanistan Dec. 26, 2007. DoD photo by [...]
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Navy Adm. Michael G. Mullen introduces the USO Holiday Tour at a stop in Kandahar, Afghanistan, Dec. 21, 2007. Photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Chad J. McNeeley, USN
“There is no … place I’d rather be than right … here, with the best … men and women [...]
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