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

 

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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.  Military leaders say 70,000 US and NATO soldiers can't secure the…

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