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Gen. Joseph Dunford: Afghanistan 'Not Ready' for US Exit Yet

The general is confident that America?s combat role in Afghanistan will be over by the end of 2014.
02:19 | 03/29/2013

Transcript for Gen. Joseph Dunford: Afghanistan 'Not Ready' for US Exit Yet

head to study of harvard estimates that iraq and afghanistan together will be the most expensive wars in u.S. History, costing $6 trillion, including care for veterans when they come home. And... See More
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