Adrian Bonenberger

former Army officer who served two tours in Afghanistan between 2007 and 2011

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America has been stunned by the Taliban’s swift takeover in Afghanistan. The chaos is particularly challenging for veterans. More than 800,000 U.S.

How US veterans feel about Taliban takeover and sacrifices made to fight the war in Afghanistan

America has been stunned by the Taliban’s swift takeover in Afghanistan. The chaos is particularly challenging for veterans. More than 800,000 U.S.

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