Andrew Exum

The Atlantic

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Andrew Exum is a contributing editor to The Atlantic and the author of This Man's Army: A Soldier's Story from the Front Lines of the War on Terrorism. A former research fellow at the Center for a New American Security, from 2002-2004, Exum served as a US Army officer in Afghanistan.

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President Obama is putting  his stamp  on the war in
Afghanistan.    General David McKiernan has
now  been replaced  by Lt. General Stanley McChrystal, "a rising superstar"
who'll…

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