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New allegations have surfaced concerning mismanagement and lewd misconduct among security guards who are supposed to be protecting the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. The charges, leveled by a D.C. based 'good government' group, are prompting new scrutiny of the Armor Group North America diplomatic security contract by the State Department and a Senate oversight committee.
When a soldier goes to war, who will care for his or her four-legged friend? A non-profit group in Indiana - Guardian Angels for Soldier's Pet -- will find foster homes for the pets of servicemembers deployed, training, or experiencing hardship. Its founder learned of pets being left at shelters and rescue groups during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The pet stays in foster care until the safe return of the servicemember.