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Swimming with Warlords

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As a journalist for NBC News, Kevin Sites made his     first trip to Afghanistan in October 2001, crossing the Amu Darya River at night, traveling with Northern Alliance fighters as they toppled the Taliban regime wit...

Private Insecurity

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When a commercial convoy hauling supplies for U.S. and NATO bases came under attack from Taliban insurgents in the western Zhari district of Afghanistan, the Afghan private security contractors hired to protect it res...

The Fighting Season

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A report originally filed for Global Post concerning the advent of summer (2010) and the NATO offensive to push the Taliban out of their strongholds in Kandahar and Southern Afghanistan.

War Docs

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GRAPHIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES VISIBLE When a thirteen-year-old Afghan boy named Habibullah caught his arms in a flour mill they were nearly shredded from his body. The only hope to save both his life and limbs were four...

TT-William Wold

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EXTREMELY GRAPHIC IMAGES: VIOLENCE, WOUNDED SOLDIERS AND DEAD BODIES. NOT NOT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. In The Things They Cannot Say, eleven soldiers and Marines display a rare courage that transcends battlefield h...

TT-James Sperry

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GRAPHIC IMAGES: VIOLENCE, WOUNDED SOLDIERS AND DEAD BODIES. NOT NOT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. In The Things They Cannot Say, eleven soldiers and Marines display a rare courage that transcends battlefield heroics -- ...

TT: Elizabeth Street (Operation Phantom Fury, Fallujah, Iraq (Nov.2004)

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VERY GRAPHIC IMAGES: VIOLENCE, WOUNDED SOLDIERS AND DEAD BODIES. NOT NOT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. In The Things They Cannot Say, eleven soldiers and Marines display a rare courage that transcends battlefield heroic...

Tourniquet? Combat Aid Station Clip 1

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At the table with the patient with the leg wound, Staff Sgt. Ben Swob, part of the newly arrived group notices the injury site is beginning to bleed again—heavily. He decides, unilaterally, to apply a second tournique...

Three Critically Wounded- Combat Aid Station Clip 2

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WARNING: SOME GRAPHIC MEDICAL PROCEDURES DEPICTED U.S. Combat Medics mostly from 3.2 Cavalry and newly deployed to Afghanistan, surround the gurneys, five or six per victim, as if they were hungry animals at a feedin...

Raven

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In Afghanistan, war is increasingly waged by robots, unmanned aircraft and remote control. In this video a soldier based at Ghundy Gar, a dusty hillside combat outpost in the Zhari district of western Afghanistan, lau...

Robots Clip 2

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After six hours on the road, Afghan National Army soldiers wave down the convoy and tell them about what they believe is a bomb in an abandoned building near the roadside. Staff Sgt. William Cook, a from Waynesville, ...

Robots Clip 1

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After six hours on the road, Afghan National Army soldiers wave down the convoy and tell them about what they believe is a bomb in an abandoned building near the roadside. Staff Sgt. William Cook, a from Waynesville, ...

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