Stanley McChrystal

retired US Army General

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Retired four-star General; former Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (US and NATO troops) in Afghanistan and leader the Joint Special Operations Command in Iraq (2003-2008); Professor at Yale University and author of the memoir, My Share of the Task

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Two years ago, Four-Star General Stanley McChrystal resigned his command in Afghanistan after an  article  in Rolling Stone magazine quoted Mc Chrystal's aides criticizing President…

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Two years ago, Four-Star General Stanley McChrystal resigned his command in Afghanistan after an article in Rolling Stone magazine quoted Mc Chrystal's aides criticizing President…

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