President Biden announced that the U.S. will withdraw its remaining 2,500 troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11. If you’re an Afghanistan war veteran or are currently serving, please share your thoughts 👉
#6 Ending the War in Afghanistan President Biden ordered the end of 20 years of U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan by Sept. 11, 2021, the 20th anniversary of the attack that drew America into its longest war.
TALIBAN THREAT TO THE U.S.: As American forces are set to withdraw from Afghanistan by Sept. 11th, @IanPannell has an exclusive interview with a Taliban commander who is warning the U.S. to stick to the original May 1st deadline.
U.S. contractors are staring down a tight deadline—with very little direction—to move out of Afghanistan by President Joe Biden’s planned troop withdrawal of Sept. 11.
Sen. Bernie Sanders reacts to Biden's plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11: “These wars cannot continue to go on forever and we've got to learn that in many respects diplomacy… is much more important, much more effective than an occupying force on the ground.”
BREAKING: President Biden will announce that the US plans to fully withdraw troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, a deadline marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11, senior admin. officials say.
Looking Out Sept. 6, 2010: Cpl. Anthony Patris, a vehicle commander from @1st_Marine_Div , listens as his interpreter talks with Afghan boys after an improvised explosive device detonated in Pinjadoo, Afghanistan. #MarineCorpsCountdown