Pentagon Confirms U.S. Service Members Killed In Kabul Airport ExplosionPentagon Press Secretary John Kirby has confirmed that a number of U.S. service members were killed in the August 26 attack at Kabul airport.
How You Can Help Afghans Arriving In The USThousands of Afghan nationals are searching for a way out of the country as the security situation on the ground quickly unravels. For those who make it to the U.S., there are ways to help them.
'We Are Terrified', 6 Members Of Afghan Family Living In North Texas Stranded In Kabul "The information we were given in the West was this was going to be fine until September, that there wasn’t going to be this big takeover, and not as drastic."
Fallen Army Pilot Assigned To Fort Hood Laid To Rest With Full Military HonorsChief Warrant Officer 2 Kirk Fuchigami Jr. was one of two Army pilots killed in the Nov. 20 crash while providing aerial security to ground troops outside of Kabul.
Inside Attack: Afghan Policeman Kills U.S. Service Member The U.S. military says it has determined that the shooting death of an American service member in Afghanistan was a insider attack.
Fort Hood Solider Killed By Enemy Forces In AfghanistanSgt. Douglas J. Riney, 26, died while supporting Operation Freedom's Sentinel in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Attack At American University Of Afghanistan In KabulWitnesses at the university said that they heard gunshots and a blast, believed to be the campus gate getting blown open to allow attackers inside. Two professors had recently been kidnapped from the university.
Three Americans Killed In Kabul BlastA suicide car bomber attacked a NATO convoy in the Afghan capital Saturday, killing at least 12 people, including three American contractors.
U.S. Troops Celebrate Thanksgiving In AfghanistanHuge hunks of beef greeted the estimated 2,500 diners as soldiers lined up in the dining hall. Red-white-and-blue decorations filled the room. Brochures titled "Learn about combat stress" served as table centerpieces.
Afghanistan Diary: Outside The WireToday Edgar & I took our first trip outside the wire of Bagram Airfield. We tagged along with a military police company out Fort Richardson in Alaska.