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Military Resistance 11A22 Flee As A Bird

Military Resistance 11A22 Flee As A Bird

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According to reports at least 1,100 Afghan national army soldiers have been killed during the last six months. Philip Hammond said the statistics shows an increase in Afghan army casualties and Afghan troops escaping from their duties as compared to last year. Gen. Richard Barrons said roadside improvised explosive device (IED) attacks are the main motive behind increasing casualties of the Afghan security forces. Afghan government officials last year also confirmed that over 80% of the Afghan security forces casualties are due to roadside improvised explosive device explosions
According to reports at least 1,100 Afghan national army soldiers have been killed during the last six months. Philip Hammond said the statistics shows an increase in Afghan army casualties and Afghan troops escaping from their duties as compared to last year. Gen. Richard Barrons said roadside improvised explosive device (IED) attacks are the main motive behind increasing casualties of the Afghan security forces. Afghan government officials last year also confirmed that over 80% of the Afghan security forces casualties are due to roadside improvised explosive device explosions

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Military Resistance: thomasfbarton@earthlink.net 1.26.13 
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Military Resistance 11A22 
 
Thanks to SSG N (ret’d) & Phil G, who sent this in. SSG N (ret’d) writes “Deja Vu allover again.”]
Over 1,000 Afghan ArmySoldiers Killed In Six Months:“Steps Should Be Taken ToReduce Corruption In A Bid ToEncourage Afghan SecurityForces Not To Flee”
 
“An Increase In Afghan TroopsEscaping From Their Duties AsCompared To Last Year”“The Militants Are In A BetterPosition”
January 25 2013 By Sayed Jawad, Khaama Press [Excerpts] According to reports at least 1,100 Afghan national army soldiers have been killed duringthe last six months.Philip Hammond said the statistics shows an increase in Afghan army casualties and Afghan troops escaping from their duties as compared to last year.Gen. Richard Barrons said roadside improvised explosive device (IED) attacks are themain motive behind increasing casualties of the Afghan security forces. Afghan government officials last year also confirmed that over 80% of the Afghansecurity forces casualties are due to roadside improvised explosive device explosions.In the meantime the British Gen. Richard Barrons said lack of proper logistics and healthcare program are also main reasons behind growing Afghan security forces casualties.He also said Afghan security forces fleeing from their duties also increased by 3.1% inOctober last year.Gen. Richard Barrons insisted that Afghan security forces should have proper leadership, better wage roll and food, and also further steps should be taken to reducecorruption in a bid to encourage Afghan security forces not to flee from their duties. Also British defense minister Philip Hammond pointed towards the recent attacks bymilitants in capital Kabul and warned that the militants are in a better position.
AFGHANISTAN WAR REPORTS
Michigan Sgt. Dies Of Afghan Wounds
January 23, 2013 U.S. Department of Defense News Release No. 036-13
 
Sgt. Mark H. Schoonhoven, 38, of Plainwell, Mich., died Jan. 20, at Brooke ArmyMedical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas from wounds suffered when enemy forcesattacked his unit with an improvised explosive device on Dec. 15, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan.He was assigned to the 32nd Transportation Company, 43rd Sustainment Brigade, 4thInfantry Division, Fort Carson, Colo.
Hampton Soldier Killed In Afghanistan
Defense DepartmentJanuary 19, 2013 By Hugh Lessig, Daily PressSgt. David J. Chambers of Hampton returned from his first combat tour in Afghanistanwith injuries to his ear and shoulder. That didn’t stop him from going back a secondtime."He felt like the Army was his family," said his mother, Julie Mason Chambers. When heleft for Afghanistan again in November, he told her, "I’m leaving one family to go toanother."Chambers, 25, was killed Wednesday he came across an improvised explosive deviceduring a foot patrol in the Panjwai district, Kandahar province. The district is considereda Taliban stronghold.The 2005 Kecoughtan High School graduate was based at Joint Base Lewis-McChord inWashington state. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, 4thStryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division.Chambers had tried college after high school, but it really didn’t suit him, his mother said.He entered the Army in May 2009 and that’s where he "found his way," she said.

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