Up to 12,000 NATO troops in Afghanistan post-2014: US
Nato may station up to 12,000 troops in Afghanistan to train and assist Kabul's forces after the alliance's combat mission there against the Taliban ends in 2014, US officials said Friday.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Bangkok Post.
#1 Feb 23, 2013
and for what, let these global war criminals knock at their stupid, criminal, empty, degenerate, greedy blockheads.
Out and completely, all this trash and scum out of Afghanistan.
Add your comments below
|Poteet Police Chief Admits Texting Topless Photos (Apr '11)||Sat||Vic singngs||72|
|Hanau says goodbye to U.S. troops (Nov '08)||Sat||Wayne||1,485|
|Most smokers don't stick with e-cigarettes||Jul 21||Elise Gingerich||2|
|Hospice of Citrus and the Nature Coast honors v...||Jul 20||Comrade Kremlin||2|
|Attorneys confirm Chelsea Manning attempted sui...||Jul 15||Sneaky Pete||3|
|Imprisoned transgender soldier Chelsea Manning ...||Jul 12||TerriB1||7|
|Gurley will be honored during ARC drive in Rock...||Jul 8||getreal||2|
Find what you want!
Search US Army Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC