7 Things to Know About the U.S.’s Future in Afghanistan

For one: The U.S. is planning to bring home the troops, but not all of them.

US Army soldiers attached to the 2nd platoon, C-Coy. 1-23 Infantry walk in line behind a designated mine-detecting device operator at Naja-bien village, notorious for IED caused injuries and deaths, in Panjwai district during a morning operation to find and destroy bomb traps made from IED's on September 23, 2012.
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