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Operation Supply Drop has to Fight Hackers for the Troops
Since it was founded in November 2010, Operation Supply Drop has raised and distributed $750,000 in video games and gear to troops deployed in combat zones or recovering in military hospitals.Operation Supply Drop is dedicated to “Making...
It's Springtime And The Taliban Are Blooming
It's springtime in the country of Afghanistan and the Taliban are starting an offensive that has already killed 21 people. This time around though the security forces of Afghanistan are pretty much on their own. Most of the...
Resources stretched too thin to protect Afghanistan
Look at what is happening in Nigeria to see the consequences when national defense resources of a government are too thin to defend remote communities. Look back at Afghanistan when Americans and free world allies neglected the place and permitted...
Benghazi will never erase the tragedy of Iraq & Afghanistan
There's no question that what happened in Benghazi was a tragedy, and our Ambassador and others should have been better protected. The White House response was not explicit enough, but turning that into some Watergate-like cover-up...
Duty: Memoir of a secretary at war
Serving as secretary of defense during peacetime is no easy task—doing so while overseeing two wars at the same time takes a herculean effort. That is what Robert Gates accomplished during his six years in that role...
Afghan security guards: Pattern of war against the West
When the Taliban were in charge, Afghanistan harbored terrorists who struck at the United States. In retaliation, the US invaded Afghanistan and toppled the government. Now, after considerable investment and loss of American lives, Afghanistan is back to its old...
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a Misnomer
The recent shootings at Fort Hood have put Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the headlines again.The shooter, Specialist Ivan Lopez, who served in Iraq in 2011, was undergoing diagnosis for PTSD, when he killed three soldiers and wounded...
Afghanistan elections: a great leap forward
On April 5, millions of Afghanistan citizens, both men and women, went to the polls to elect a new President, as well as provincial representatives. Although no election results have been announced, anecdotal reporting has indicated that voter turnout seems...
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