The U.S. military is starting over in Afghanistan. "It's a new world -- a new war," one senior officer told ABC News, yelling over the sound of jet engines and helicopter rotors.
There's no better example than the prison at Bagram, once a secret facility that housed the most hard-core al Qaeda fighters. Over the past eight years, a veil of mystery nurtured its reputation. It grew from a stifling series of steel shipping containers to a place of sophisticated torture.
The old Bagram will soon...Full Story