A Moment's Rest
- Big Media Sent 3 Of My Favorite War Photographers to Afghanistan And What They Brought Back Were The Near-Same Medevac Shots. Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;1/16/2011, p1
Several photographs on Afghanistan war are presented including one showing injured Marine being treated by crew members, another showing U.S. Army flight Medic SGT Patrick Schultz talks to a wounded U.S. soldier in a medevac helicopter, and on showing medevac helicopters.
- U.S. Troops in Afghanistan. // Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;9/9/2011, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p4
A quiz about the number of U.S. troops that fought in Afghanistan since 2008 is presented.
- Sources Say U.S. Troops May Have Been Killed By Predator Drone. Tragone, Adam // Human Events;4/25/2011, Vol. 67 Issue 16, p7
The article discusses the investigation on the deaths of two soldiers in early April 2011 who may have been killed by the accidental firing of a missile at the U.S. military base in Afghanistan.
- Afghanistan. // Soldiers;Jan2009, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p4
Several photographs of coalition force soldiers deployed in Afghanistan are presented including soldiers moving west across a wadi in Kapisa Province, soldiers preparing to move out on a mission, and soldiers firing mortars during operations south of Forward Operating Base Naray.
- Afghanistan, the Barking Dog. Hull, Karen // BAGnewsNotes;6/23/2011, p2
A photograph depicting U.S. soldier pointing a gun at a dog to make it stop barking, during the 2001 Afghanistan war is presented.
- AFGHANISTAN RISK EXPOSED. // New Scientist;9/9/2006, Vol. 191 Issue 2568, p6
The article presents information on the ongoing fierce confrontation between ousted Islamic militia Taliban and the coalition forces in Afghanistan. Analysis of fatality rates among coalition forces there clearly suggests that Taliban kills five coalition soldiers every week on average....
- Waiting Your Turn in the Machinery of Death. Hariman, Robert // BAGnewsNotes;7/ 2/2010, p1
In this article the author comments on a photograph where the dead body of a U.S. soldier was being sent back from Afghanistan. He states that mainly the U.S. is responsible for the death of innocent people in Afghanistan and its soldiers in that country. However, the photograph depicts the body...
- Afghanistan Kumbaya. Shaw, Michael // BAGnewsNotes;3/12/2012, p1
In this article the author comments on a cover page of "The New York Times Magazine," of February 2012 issue. He informs that the cover features both U.S. and Afghanistan soldiers posed at an outpost in Helmand Province in Afghanistan. He stated that the photographs looked contrary to the recent...
- So This Is Paktya. Shea, Neil // American Scholar;Summer2010, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p4
This article presents a profile of military activities being undertaken by soldiers in the U.S. military in Paktya Province, Afghanistan in 2010. It describes the working conditions of the region and the capabilities Afghan police and armed forces, strongly suggesting that the Afghan forces are...