In Afghan War, An Officer Becomes A Whistle-Blower
New York Times:
WASHINGTON -- On his second yearlong deployment to Afghanistan, Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis traveled 9,000 miles, patrolled with American troops in eight provinces and returned in October of last year with a fervent conviction that the war was going disastrously and that senior military leaders had not leveled with the American public.
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Michael Brenner: At Sea in Afghanistan
Afghanistan is where the "war on terror" began more than ten years ago. Having rooted out the al-Qaeda leadership and toppled the Taliban from their perch in Kabul, we made the fateful decision to stick around. Exactly why never has been clear.
Filed by Chris Gentilviso