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Who has 'real' facts about Afghanistan?

Ignoring facts can be as dangerous as making them up

Feb 25, 2012 | 1 Comment

By Jeb Bladine
Of the News-Register

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03:34 pm - Fri, February 24 2012
Kona said:
Interesting. “Obama’s Vietnam: The analogy isn’t exact. But the war in Afghanistan is starting to look disturbingly familiar.”

I have discussed this considerably with son-in-law who has had four tours in Afghanistan as a Special Forces, Major, U.S. Army. I was U.S. Army Infantry in Vietnam. One of the most significant disappointments from the Vietnam War is that important lessons were not learned.

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