CBS 11 News Anchor Keith Garvin looks back on his trip to Afghanistan, the military personnel he traveled with and met, and answers questions he’s been asked since returning. Given everything he’d do it all again.
As political protests rage in Afghanistan, so do the combat and security missions of U.S. forces. Soldiers must remain focused despite difficult conditions.
Many soliders serving overseas long for some contact with a loved one. But for two men fighting in Afghanistan, the war effort is already a family affair.
Troops fighting in Afghanistan get to return home for two weeks of rest, but first they must pass through a special military base in the Middle East.
The Black Hawk helicopter is one of the best-known tools in the U.S. military’s arsenal, and it plays a critical role in the nation’s war efforts in Afghanistan.
Brian Eckley from Fort Worth is training for a triathlon. But he is not along the Trinity Trail or White Rock Lake. The 17-year Army veteran is in Afghanistan.
The U.S. is accelerating its mission in Afghanistan to end combat operations in 2013. Helping lead that action is the commanding general of Fort Hood’s First Cavalry Division.
While many Americans are focused on the economy and this year’s presidential election, soldiers in Afghanistan are still in dangerous combat situations.
Another day of shooting video. Another day of dealing with indirect fire.
CBS 11 News reporter Keith Garvin is on assignment in Afghanistan. He called to check in on Friday morning, offering some details about his experience.
If you ever visit Afghanistan & need to travel around this rugged country I highly recommend doing so courtesy of a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter!
Soldiers spotted a local man wearing an American Army uniform, a no-no for Afghans. The man took off running and a chase through a market ensued.