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Section 60 (November 11, 2012) ...item 3.. Freedom Remembered (December 23, 2012) ...item 5.. U.S. soldier stabbed to death in the back by Afghan teen (1 April 2013) ...
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People grieve at a gravesite in Section 60, an area where members of the U.S. military who were killed in action in Iraq and Afghanistan are buried, during Veterans Day observances at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, on November 11, 2012. (Reuters / Jonathan Ernst)
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.....item 1).... The Atlantic ... www.theatlantic.com ...

with Alan Taylor - In Focus

Afghanistan: November 2012
DEC 3, 2012

www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2012/12/afghanistan-november-...

Most media attention paid to Afghanistan this month revolved around a scandal involving General David Petraeus and General John Allen, the two most recent U.S. military commanders there. However, that scandal has had little or no impact on daily life in Afghanistan. Of greater concern there is the continued insecurity. As the 2014 withdrawal of NATO troops approaches, people are leaving Afghanistan at a higher rate than they have since 2002. Iran and Saudi Arabia, rivals for regional influence, are making investments in the country's infrastructure, each hoping to be the stronger partner after 2014. But it's far from clear what the future will bring. These photos show just a glimpse of this conflict over the past month, part of the ongoing series here on Afghanistan. [37 photos]
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.....item 2).... Operation Enduring Freedom ... iCasualties.org ...

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News

--- 12/24/12 Tolonews: Policewoman in Insider Attack Likely Acted With Premeditation
The Afghan policewoman who allegedly shot and killed a US civilian adviser near the Kabul police chief's compound appeared to be acting with premeditation and crossed three checkpoints to get inside the highly secure enclave, sources tell TOLOnews.

--- 12/24/12 pottsmerc: Pottstown native Navy SEAL commander Job Price dies
Pottstown High School graduate Navy SEAL Cdr. Job W. Price, 42, died Saturday while serving in southern Afghanistan...The Associated Press reported Sunday that a U.S. military official said the death “appears to be the result of suicide.” The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the death is still being investigated.

--- 12/24/12 DoD: Navy Casualty Identified
Cdr. Job W. Price, 42, of Pottstown, Pa., died Dec. 22 of a non-combat related injury while supporting stability operations in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan. Price was assigned to an East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare unit in Virginia Beach, Va.

--- 12/24/12 NATO: ISAF casualty
An International Security Assistance Force service member died following an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan today. The insurgent attack in which this ISAF service member died is unrelated to the shooting at the Kabul police headquarters today.

--- 12/24/12 AP: Afghan police say policewoman killed US adviser
An Afghan policewoman shot and killed an American adviser Monday outside police headquarters in Kabul, a senior Afghan official said. The circumstances of the killing were not immediately clear, but the shooting could be another insider attack by Afghans against their foreign allies.
12/23/12 BNA: Mine Blast Martyrs Frontier Policeman, Wounds 2 In Nangarhar
A frontier policeman was martyred and two others wounded in explosion of a mine in Chaparhar district of Nangarhar province. Edress Mohmand spokesman for Nangarhar frontier police commandment said to BNA, this explosion occurred in Dago area, Chaparhar district while the vehicle of frontier police was passsing from the area.

--- 12/23/12 thenews: Three Polish soldiers wounded in Afghanistan
Three Polish soldiers were injured on Saturday morning after coming under attack in the province of Ghazni, eastern Afghanistan. The incident took place while the soldiers were on a routine patrol in the south western part of the province.

--- 12/23/12 rferl: Huge Fire Devastates Kabul Market
A major fire has swept through a market area near the center of the Afghan capital, Kabul. There were no reports of casualties, but hundreds of shops and stalls were destroyed and Kabul's nearby currency-exchange center was evacuated, authorities say.

--- 12/22/12 WNA: Two militants killed in Herat coordinated operation
Joint Afghan National Army (ANA) troops and the coalition forces, repelled an attack by insurgent forces in Alibad village of Shindand district, the alliance said Saturday. Two enemy fighters were killed during the attack on Afghan National Security Forces, who were conducting a presence patrol in the area, the statement said.

--- 12/22/12 AP: Afghan girl shot in face by Taliban is recovering after reconstructive surgery at NY hospital
A 6-year-old girl from Afghanistan is recovering at a Long Island hospital after undergoing surgery on her face to repair damage done by a Taliban bullet. Newsday reports that the child, named Marizeh, held a toy unicorn and blew kisses as a nurse carried her past well-wishers before her surgery Friday at South Nassau Communities Hospital in Oceanside, New York.

--- 12/22/12 AP: ND native recovers from attack in Afghanistan
Army Capt. Seth Nieman, a Calvin, N.D., native, is spending Christmas at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. But he'd rather be back in Afghanistan with the Special Forces "A-Team" that he leads. Nieman is recuperating from wounds, including the loss of part of his right leg, suffered Nov. 27 when a roadside bomb exploded while he and five fellow soldiers were on mounted patrol in Wardak province near Kabul.

--- 12/22/12 AP: Gunmen kill 11 Pakistanis‚ Afghans in SW Pakistan
An official says gunmen have killed eleven Pakistanis and Afghans in a border town of southwestern Pakistan as they were trying to cross to Iran to travel on to Europe as illegal migrants. Local government official Zubair Ahmed said Saturday the shooting took place late Friday in the Sunsar town of southwestern Baluchistan province.
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.....item 3).... Freedom Remembered ... Remembering Our Troops ... freedomremembered.com

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.....item 4).... youtube video ... Justin Hayward and John Lodge - Blue Jays (Full Album) ... 50:50 minutes...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ri4OcEbM7Vs

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Published on Nov 8, 2012

Blue Jays is a 1975 album by Justin Hayward and John Lodge. It was recorded and released during the Moody Blues' five-year hiatus.

The track "Blue Guitar", originally released as a non-album single credited to Hayward and Lodge in September 1975 but performed by Hayward with the band 10cc, was added to the album upon its re-release on CD in 1987.

In 2004, the album was remastered and released on CD with the same bonus tracks.

Side One

"This Morning" (Justin Hayward) - 00:01
"Remember Me (My Friend)" (Hayward, John Lodge) - 05:55
"My Brother" (Hayward) - 11:21
"You" (Lodge) - 14:52
"Nights Winters Years" (Hayward) - 19:27

Side Two

"Saved by the Music" (Lodge) - 23:04
"I Dreamed Last Night" (Hayward) - 29:17
"Who Are You Now" (Hayward) - 33:45
"Maybe" (Lodge) - 36:12
"When You Wake Up" (Hayward, Lodge) - 41:55

1987 Bonus tracks (also 2004 remaster)
"Blue Guitar" (Hayward) - 47:10

Justin Hayward -- guitar, vocals
John Lodge -- bass, vocals
Jim Cockey -- violin
Tim Tompkins -- cello
Tom Tompkins -- viola
Kirk Duncan -- piano
Graham Deakin -- drums

Blue Guitar"
Justin Hayward - guitar, lead vocals
Lol Creme - guitar, vocals
Kevin Godley - drums, vocals
Graham Gouldman - bass, vocals
Eric Stewart - keyboards, vocals

Category
Music

License
Standard YouTube License
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.....item 5).... 'He was always a kid at heart': U.S. soldier stabbed to death in the back by Afghan teen as he played with local kids ..

... Mail Online - Daily Mail ... www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ ...

By KATIE DAVIES
PUBLISHED: 12:30 EST, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:40 EST, 1 April 2013

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2302437/He-kid-heart-U-S...

A Kentucky soldier two months from coming home was stabbed to death by a teenager in Afghanistan after he stopped to play with a group of local children, it emerged today.

Sgt Michael Cable, 26, of Philpot, Kentucky, was guarding a meeting between Afghan and U.S. officials in the east of the country near the Pakistan border on Wednesday when a teenager, believed to be aged 16, attacked him from behind with a large knife.

The soldier, who would have been returning from Afghanistan for a vacation in June and then permanently in September, was playing with local children when the attack took place, according to reports.
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img code photo ... Sgt. Michael Cable, 26, of Philpot, Kentucky

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Killed: Sgt. Michael Cable, 26, of Philpot, Kentucky, was stabbed to death in Afghanistan on Wednesday

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img code photo ... A U.S. Army team carried his remains

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Remembered: A U.S. Army team carried his remains to be transported home on Thursday. He was remembered by family and friends for his fun-loving spirit

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He died of stab wounds to the neck.

Members of his family flew to Dover Air Base in Delaware on Thursday to watch his body returned to U.S. soil and remembered their fun, outdoors loving son.

His older sister Wendy Dickens remembered his surprise visit to the family in November.

'He was goofy the whole time and riding and pushing himself on a cart through the store even though he was a grown-up. He just, he was always a kid at heart,' she told Tri-state.com

His mother Vickie Johnson said: 'I'm so proud of him because he done it for the United States of America.'

Ms Dickens and Cable's other sister Lisa spoke of his great rapport with their children and how difficult it would be to explain his death to them.

'I miss him so much,' Lisa Osborne said. 'I had already started day dreaming about when he came home. Playing football with Dave and Kids in back yard. My boys have always seen him as their hero.'
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img code photo ... Dedication: Michael Cable signed up in 2007 and had already served in Iraq.

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Dedication: Michael Cable signed up in 2007 and had already served in Iraq. He was due to return home in June for a vacation and permanently in September

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Prayer: Fellow soldiers paid their respects on Thursday

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Writing on Facebook, Dickens wrote: 'Trying to figure out how to answer a 5 yr and 9 yr olds questions about death and dying. My little brother was my children's hero they thought he was invincible. He was there own special GI Joe and now he's gone.'

The fact that he was being kind to the local community when he died has been noted by the family, who say he went into the army to 'help'. He signed up in 2007 and had already completed a tour of Iraq.

'He was very determined,' his brother Raymond Johnston Jr - named after their father - told the Courier Press.

'He just felt that he could really be a good soldier. He wanted to help. He was prepared before he left for anything that happened.'

Former school friends from Daviess County High remembered his sense of humor and athleticism.
He was a Daviess County runner and becomes the second soldier in his running class to be killed.

Cable's teammate Matt Rowe, who currently coaches at Daviess County, said. 'Michael's attitude was contagious. He loved life, cared deeply for his friends, and was always the first to make you laugh. He was the type of person that always had your back, even though he might be going through a tougher situation at the time. His friendship was so sincere and Michael is someone that none of us will ever forget.'

Michael Cable's death is another in a tragic month for U.S. forces in Afghanistan.

14 soldiers have been killed this month, a sharp increase in the death toll which was 4 in January and February.

An investigation into Cable's death is ongoing.

He was guarding swearing-in ceremony of Afghan Local Police in Shinwar district in Nangarhar province.

The young man who carried out the attack escaped into Pakistan. The Taliban said he was acting independently but had joined the Islamic militant movement since fleeing the scene.

Cable's funeral will take place on Saturday


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