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Saturday, May 14, 2011
TRANSFER - Assessing ISAF's Efforts to Hand Over Security to GIROA
Tom Johnson of NPS
has issued a new analysis and critique
of the critically important transfer piece of 'clear, hold, build, transfer' strategy in Afg.
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