With all of the focus on Iraq, let us not forget our troops in Afghanistan.

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Jim Norman, a Defense Department contractor, and U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sgt. Jim Thomson provide first aid to an Afghan girl at the Bagrami Village refugee camp in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 16, 2005. Personnel from Camp Eggers in Kabul visited the camp to provide toys, snacks, clothing and other supplies to needy Afghans there. Norman serves with the Office of Security Cooperation-Afghanistan as the personnel program’s mentor to the Afghan Ministry of Defense and General Staff. Thomson serves as Office of Security Cooperation-Afghanistan first sergeant. Office of Security Cooperation-Afghanistan photo by U.S. Air Force Capt. David B. Huxsoll.

It’s amazing that neither the leadership in congress or the mainstream media are telling us the good being done in Afghanistan and Iraq, but instead focus on the negative. This only serves to embolden the enemy while demoralizing the American public and our troops. What hypocrisy.

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One Response to With all of the focus on Iraq, let us not forget our troops in Afghanistan.

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