Martin Schweitzer

Colonel and Senate Liaison Division Chief, US Army

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US Army Colonel and Senate Liaison Division Chief for the US Army; commander of the Army's 4th Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, responsible for US military operations in six southeastern provinces of Afghanistan

 

Martin Schweitzer on KCRW

Eight years after being routed by American forces, the Taliban have regained control of much of Afghanistan.  Military leaders say 70,000 US and NATO soldiers can't secure the…

Why Are US Troops in Afghanistan?

Eight years after being routed by American forces, the Taliban have regained control of much of Afghanistan.  Military leaders say 70,000 US and NATO soldiers can't secure the…

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Eight years after being routed by American forces, the Taliban have regained control of much of Afghanistan.

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Six years after driving the Taliban from power, the Bush Administration faces the prospect of failure in Afghanistan. Levels of violence are higher than ever.

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