Winning the War on Terrorism on the Ground

Goure, Daniel; Carey, Merrick
July 2002
Army Magazine;Jul2002, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p9
Provides information on the global war against terrorism in Afghanistan. Highlights of the war; Lessons learned from conflict in Afghanistan; Number of coalition forces deployed in Afghanistan.


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