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A top architect of the troop surge tells Whispers why fewer soldiers will be returning home this summer. In a word: Security.
Long deployments concerns military officials; Obama and Clinton cite effect on soldiers' families
U.S. military leaders say they may request suspending the drawdown of U.S. troops from Iraq. At a speech in Baghdad yesterday, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said that he and Gen. David Petraeus are concerned that reducing troop levels could undermine recent security gains.
The Iraq war boss, Army Gen. David Petraeus, wants to be NATO commander but would take Pacific Command as a second choice, we learn.
Why David Petraeus wants to go slowly on troop drawdowns
Why not Petraeus? He has made an enormous difference in Iraq.
MoveOn and Limbaugh measures reflect both sides' narrow-minded approaches to the First Amendment.
Party is too timid to speak out against abominable newspaper ad that blasted Petraeus.
Gen. David Petraeus calls it a 'proxy war'.