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Phil Ewing, Pentagon reporter for Politico
Defense Secretary Robert Gates says American military involvement is likely to continue in Afghanistan even after the 2014 end of combat operations. He's in Afghanistan for two days to meet with troops, commanders and Afghan officials. Gates says the presence after 2014 will be a small fraction of today and the personnel will be trainers and advisers.
Loudoun County Sheriff's investigators say they will be speaking with the military husband of a pregnant woman missing for more than a month.
The Defense Department has requested enough money to put the Afghan national security forces in a good position to defend their own country, but the current level of funding for the effort is not sustainable in view of budgetary and other concerns, says Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates.
Arnold Fields says poor planning and weak management are undermining the effort to build up the Afghan army and police.
Joint Chiefs Chairman addresses "our way forward in Afghanistan" for foreign media.
Ret. Major General Arnold Fields has submitted his resignation, the White House announced Monday.
Americans don't always get it right, the Rev. Alan Greijack said Saturday in his message during the funeral service for Marine Lance Cpl. Maung P. "Sam" Htaik.
Frederick and Washington counties will today say goodbye to Marine Lance Cpl. Maung "Sam" Htaik, 20, who was killed in combat in Afghanistan on Jan. 1.
AP reports on the center that will be staffed by 100 special operations agents.