While the war in Afghanistan is winding down, it is by no means over, said Lt. Gen. Mark Milley, commander of III Corps and Fort Hood.
“I would say the conditions are set for winning this war, but it is not yet won and it is not yet over,” said Milley, who is deployed with the Phantom Corps to Kabul, Afghanistan, serving as the commander of the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command since May. As the second in command, he oversees NATO operations across the country.
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