US To Retain Afghan Troop Levels Through 2015US To Retain Afghan Troop Levels Through 2015The United States will keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through the end of 2015 on its way to withdrawing all forces — save a small security staff at the US Embassy in Kabul by the end of 2016 — the White House announced Tuesday.Nation
Raw: Afghan President lays wreath at ArlingtonRaw: Afghan President lays wreath at ArlingtonVisiting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. (March 24)Opinion
Afghan president brings hope for peace: ColumnAfghan president brings hope for peace: ColumnState visit offers Ghani a chance to highlight progress, and his need for U.S. help.Pentagon
Afghan president thanks U.S. troopsAfghan president thanks U.S. troopsAfghan President Ashraf Ghani expresses gratitude to the U.S. troops who have sacrificed in fighting for his country.World
Afghanistan buries woman beaten to death by mobAfghanistan buries woman beaten to death by mobHundreds of people gathered in northern Kabul for the funeral of 27-year-old Farkhunda.Pentagon
Obama to slow Afghanistan drawdownObama to slow Afghanistan drawdownThe new withdrawal plan will allow force levels to stay above the 5,000 level by the end of this year.News
Service stars authorized for Global War on Terrorism MedalsService stars authorized for Global War on Terrorism MedalsGWOT service stars authorized for participation in five expeditionary operationsHomepage
Veteran, amputee helps others through fitnessVeteran, amputee helps others through fitnessMarch 10, 2015: WKYC's Tiffany Tarpley shares the story of veteran Derick Carver, a veteran who opened his own CrossFit. Be sure to follow @TiffanyTarpley on Twitter for loads more news updates.