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Military Resistance 11E13: Now and Forever

Military Resistance 11E13: Now and Forever

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The United States may keep a force of 6,000 to 12,000 troops in Afghanistan after 2014, when Afghan forces will be responsible for security across the country, a top American Senator has said. “We are planning to keep a force of perhaps 6,000 to 12,000 after 2014 when all combat forces are to be out of Afghanistan,” Senator Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said during a Congressional hearing...
The United States may keep a force of 6,000 to 12,000 troops in Afghanistan after 2014, when Afghan forces will be responsible for security across the country, a top American Senator has said. “We are planning to keep a force of perhaps 6,000 to 12,000 after 2014 when all combat forces are to be out of Afghanistan,” Senator Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said during a Congressional hearing...

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Military Resistance 11E13
 
THE LESSON HERE? DROP IT DOWN HIS SHORTS
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There It Is:
 Afghanistan Now And Forever Plan:
Top American Senator Says The UnitedStates May Keep A Force Of 6,000 To12,000 Troops In Afghanistan After 2014
May 19, 2013 Daily Pakistan ObserverWashington --- The United States may keep a force of 6,000 to 12,000 troops in Afghanistan after 2014,when Afghan forces will be responsible for security across the country, a top AmericanSenator has said.
 
“We are planning to keep a force of perhaps 6,000 to 12,000 after 2014 when all combatforces are to be out of Afghanistan,” Senator Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate ArmedServices Committee, said during a Congressional hearing.
 AFGHANISTAN WAR REPORTS
Bend Soldier Killed In Afghanistan Re-Enlisted Recently
 
Army Spc. Brandon J. Prescott, a 24-year-old soldier from Bend, was killed Saturday,May 4, 2013, by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan. (U.S. Army)May 7 By The Associated PressPORTLAND — The family of a Bend soldier killed by a roadside bomb last weekend saidhe had recently re-enlisted because he didn’t want to leave his unit.Spc. Brandon Joseph Prescott died Saturday along with four other Fort Bliss-basedtroops when an improvised explosive device struck the vehicle in the Maiwand district of Afghanistan’s Kandahar province. An Army statement Monday identified the others asSpc. Kevin Cardoza, of Mercedes, Texas; 1st Lt. Brandon James Landrum, of Lawton,Okla.; Spc. Thomas Paige Murach, of Meridian, Idaho; and Staff Sgt. Francis GenePhillips IV, of Meridian, N.Y.All served in the 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st ArmoredDivision, based at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, said Maj. Joe Buccino, the Army post’sspokesman. They were deployed in December for a nine-month assignment, andPrescott served as assistant team leader of his unit. The 24-year-old was due to return home in September but had already signed up foranother three years in the Army, his twin brother, Aaron, told The Oregonian newspaper. Aaron spoke to his brother four hours before he was killed.He was a hero and an inspiration for all of us,Aaron Prescott said. Before he left forAfghanistan, he told us that if he died, he wanted us to be proud of him and hold ourheads up because we know he was doing something he loved.”Prescott grew up in Dana Point, Calif., and graduated from Dana Hills High School in2006. Two years later, their mother, Tracey Prescott, moved the brothers to Bend, wherehe took classes at Central Oregon Community College. Their father, Joseph Prescott,lives in Montgomery, Texas. There were two sets of twin boys in the family: Aaron and Brandon, and Jake and Josh,23. Aaron, Jake and Tracey Prescott were traveling to Dover, Del., to claim theirbrother’s remains. Tracey Prescott described Brandon as a selfless, humble man who loved his family andthe beach.I’m a broken woman right now,” Tracey Prescott said. I’m sad and angry, but alsovery, very proud of my son.”
Powerful Blast Hits Governor’sCompound In Northern Afghanistan
May 19, 2013 Press TV

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