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Fighting in Grandpa's War
They Are Still Dying in Afghanistan
Laurence M. Vance

Afghans, yes, but most Americans don’t care about them. I note that three U.S. soldiers were killed in Afghanistan on Monday. This makes seven for the year. Not a lot you say? But why should any of them have shed even one drop of blood in Afghanistan? Is anything that happens in Afghanistan even worth one drop of American blood? I am sure that some of the sons (and daughters) of U.S. servicemen who “served” in Afghanistan 15 years ago are now “serving” there. Who will be the first grandchild of a U.S. soldier to fight in the same war that his grandfather fought in?

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