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Can Afghan forces hold their own?

Clip: 12/29/2014 | 5m 43s

As the U.S. combat mission ends in Afghanistan, those Americans who are staying in the country will move to a role of training and supervision. Sean Carberry of NPR speaks with Jeffrey Brown about the capabilities of Afghanistan’s military forces, goals of the country’s new President Ashraf Ghani and how much life has changed for the citizens since the start of the war.

Aired: 12/29/14

Rating: NR

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