War in Afghanistan (2001-)
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No one saw 9/11 or the end of the Soviet Union coming—what equivalent is coming in Obama's second term?
Servicewomen suffered from the old policy—and so did our military.
We don't have a choice but to recognize that women are in the battlefield.
Lifting the combat ban is a sign of the military's evolution.
The U.S. has achieved what it set out to do in Afghanistan, president said in joint press conference
WASHINGTON (AP) — Charting the course for a war's end, President Barack Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai met Friday at the White House to discuss the future of the U.S. role in Afghanistan and the 66,000 American troops in harm's way.
Tthe United States must retain enough force in Afghanistan to allow the country to conduct a counter-terrorist campaign against remaining extremist and militant groups.
New threats and priorities will yield a military financial plan unlike any in recent decades.
With this week's visit of Afghan President Hamid Karzi, the United States must take stock of the war in Afghanistan.
Floating the 'Zero Option' of U.S. troops in Afghanistan sends the wrong message, experts say.