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Video : The American people agree with leaving Afghanistan, but criticize Biden’s Performance Most Americans agree with the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan and feel good about it, but they were very unhappy with Biden's handling of what happened at Kabul airport and the killing…
U.S. Lose-Lose Game in Afghanistan

U.S. Lose-Lose Game in Afghanistan (Part 2)

110 Black Hawk helicopters can cost up to $21 million for each. In 2013, the U.S. placed an order for 20 A-29 Super Tucano attack aircraft for $427 million – that’s $21.3 million for each plane. Other specialized helicopters can cost up…
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US Lose-Lose Game in Afghanistan (Part 1)

U.S. provided an estimated $83 billion worth of training and equipment to Afghan securityU.S. purchased and provided 75,898 vehicles and 208 aircraft to the Afghan army and security forcesArmored personnel carriers such as the M113A2 cost $170,000…
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Video : 20 Years of US Presence: The Costs for Americans and Afghans Invasion of Afghanistan, America’s longest war, the two-decade-long conflict that started in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Killed tens of thousands of people, dogged four U.S.…
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The Devastating and Long-lasting Effects of Iraq and Afghanistan Invasion For the United States

The Cost Of Caring For Afghanistan and Iraq Veterans Could Top $2.5 Trillion for US by 2050.
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American service members killed in Afghanistan through April: 2,448 U.S. contractors: 3,846 Afghan national military and police: 66,000 Other allied service members, including from other NATO member states: 1,144 Afghan civilians:…

Cost of Afghan War for US Soldiers and Veterans

7057 Soldiers killed in post-9/11 Wars30177 Suicides among US service Members & Veterans of post-9/11 Wars
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Israel and State-Sponsored Terrorism

Israel officially has been accused of being a state-sponsor of terrorism and also committing acts of terrorism by countries such as Bolivia, Iran, Lebanon, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Palestine and Yemen.Some Cases of Israel State-Sponsored…
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US Taxes for US Wars

Only in 2010, each American taxpayer paid an average of $767 for war in Middle East.