The Afghanistan deadline involving the withdrawal of American forces was reset to September 11, 2021. Will the Taliban cooperate?
The truth of Afghanistan is the hunt for an al Qaeda terrorist turned into a 20-year war with the Taliban that no U.S. president since has...
Marine Corps UH-1Y pilot Capt. Brian Jordan heard a frantic plea to help two British soldiers hit by a Taliban Improvised Explosive Device or IED
In an exclusive report, the month of May brought a kinetic blow against terror in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, as America’s longest war rages on. Marines in the Task Force Southwest unit took a blow against terrorism in the region by killing more than eighty Taliban leaders.
Secretary Mattis recently appeared before a U.S. Senate committee, where he defend his decision to increase troop levels in Afghanistan.
After the fall of Kunduz, Taliban threatens Pal-i-Kumri as Afghan forces crumble
Bergdahl’s pending court martial proves that his trade was calculated to advance the administration’s program to leave no jihadist fighter behind.
The school attack by the Pakistani Taliban was not a sign of strength, but of weakness.
KANDAHAR, August 9, 2014—Pessimism has infected Americans’ outlook on the world. Nowhere is the tendency more evident or pronounced than in Afghanistan. It is a bipartisan affair, too. Conservatives seem resigned that a Muslim country will go the way of our other two recent interventionist projects in Iraq and Libya. Liberals are convinced that military ...
This is the second such loss for the Hussain family who lost another relative to similar violence just a few days ago.
LOS ANGELES, June 4, 2014 — Less than 24 hours after President Obama announced a deal to free U.S. Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, the positive coverage of that news was swamped by negatives. Obama freed five high-ranking radical Islamist terrorists in exchange for Bergdahl: The U.S. government negotiated with terrorists. The administration then repeated an error that got them in ...
The White House has apologized for ignoring US laws by going around Congress in creating his agreement with the Taliban to release Bowe Bergdahl.
RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif., June 2, 2014 — The United States’ military commitment to “no man left behind” was briefly resuscitated from its politically-weakened condition last week. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was retrieved from the Taliban-aligned Haqqani terrorist network in return for five members of the Taliban who had been held as prisoners in Guantanamo. The ...
The Taliban initially held Bergdahl for a $1 million ransom and demanded the release of 21 Afghani prisoners.
The Lone Survivor is a clarion call to the banner of liberty; may we never falter when we are called to stand in the breach.