The bottom line is clear: Our vital interests in Afghanistan are limited and military victory is not the key to achieving them. On the contrary, waging a lengthy counterinsurgency war in Afghanistan may well do more to aid Taliban recruiting than to dismantle the group, help spread conflict further into Pakistan, unify radical groups that might otherwise be quarreling amongst themselves, threaten the long-term health of the U.S. economy, and prevent the U.S. government from turning its full attention to other pressing problems. -- Afghanistan Study Group

Thursday, April 18, 2013

War News for Thursday, April 18, 2013

Seems to be a slow news day so get out and enjoy your day. – whisker

Reported security incidents
#1: Two local employees of the Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS) have been killed in an attack in the north of the country, Red Cross and Red Crescent officials said on Wednesday. Two other staffers were injured in the shooting late on Tuesday on a main road in the Khanaqa district of Jawzjan province while their mobile clinic was travelling to the provincial capital Shiberghan, the officials said in a statement.


Anonymous said...

Death. Ha.

Anonymous said...

I've been looking on here for information after getting a phone call yesterday (Wednesday US EST) that a local young man serving in the Army in Afghanistan was critically injured by an IED. I'm not sure where he was based only that they were going out on a mission. Do you have any information about the Soldiiers or what type of IED attack this was? ANY information would be greatly appreciated. AS ALWAYS THANK YOU FOR SERVING, I HAVE A SON SERVING AND PRAYERS FOR A SAFE RETURN HOME FOR ALL SOLDIERS!!!'

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