May 2011AUSA News
The Taliban’s momentum has been reversed in most areas of Afghanistan, but the progress achieved there is fragile and reversible, the commander of NATO and U.S. forces said before the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai announced recently the first seven areas of his country that will transition to full Afghan security control.
Since January, Afghan and coalition forces have eliminated 825 potential improvised explosive devices, 200 indirect fire attacks and 11 suicide attacks.
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