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Obama updates Afghan mission

By JIM GARAMONE American Forces Press Service BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan - After joining Afghan President Hamid Karzai in signing a strategic partnership agreement in Afghanistan’s capital of Kabul today, President Barack Obama took to the airwaves at Bagram Airfield to update the American people on the mission in Afghanistan. The speech from this large NATO base about 35 [...]
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