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Talks to an APTV reporter in Washington, D.C., about the progress being made in Afghanistan, the impact increased forces will do for the region, training the Afghan National Army and how the Pakistan and Afghanistan borders will be patrolled.


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Date Taken:09.25.2008

Date Posted:09.25.2008 4:58PM

Category:Interviews

Video ID:46319

Filename:DOD_100027140

Length:00:14:25

Location:AF

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