by DAVID AXE
The U.S. Army’s 10th Mountain Division, along with French army trainers (pictured), has been experimenting with counter-insurgency tactics in Wardak, in eastern Afghanistan. World Politics Review reporter Balint Szlanko paid a visit to the unit to see the emerging U.S.-Afghan partnership, complete with Afghan police patrols, armed neighborhood patrols and a major U.S. presence at tribal council meetings. Check out his photo-essay.
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