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US-led counterdrug efforts in Afghanistan have failed to reduce narcotics cultivation and production, but the US hasn't been the recipient of that increased production.
African and Middle Eastern countries ravaged by war and famine remain the poorest in the world, according to data published by the International Monetary Fund.
I took portraits of combat-tested soldiers at Fort Bliss — and they told me their incredible stories
"I joined right out of high school, like any typical high school kid does to get out of their hometown, pay for college, make something of themselves," one soldier said.
Air Force apologizes for tweet comparing A-10 strikes to viral ‘Yanny vs. Laurel’ clip, saying it was in ‘poor taste’
The US Air Force has apologized for a tweet referencing the ongoing social media debate over the Yanny vs. Laurel sound clip.
The Taliban, equipped HUMVEEs and Afghan police pickup trucks, attacked multiple Farah City checkpoints and took over an intelligence headquarters.
Deadly day in Afghanistan: 10 journalists, 1 US soldier, and multiple civilians killed in 4 separate incidents
Two suicide bombers detonated their devices near Afghan intelligence headquarters in Kabul, killing at least 25 people and wounding 49. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack online, the deadliest attack on journalists since 2001.
When asked what it's like to shoot the 30mm gun, McGraw said, "I wish I had better terms for it — but it's amazing."
The A-10 pilot, who preferred to be called "McGraw," has flown about 300 missions in Afghanistan.
It's the only standard issue bazooka that the US Army gives its weapons.
The Afghan Air Force is getting stronger — watch them drop a laser-guided bomb in combat for the first time
The Afghan Air Force conducted its first laser-guided airstrike on a Taliban compound in Farah Province, western Afghanistan on March 22, 2018.