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Sara A. Carter, Circa: The next Benghazi? State Department leaves contractors in Afghanistan without escape plan
Surrounded by increasing violence and instability, U.S. contractors left behind in Afghanistan are raising alarm about the potential for another Benghazi tragedy, saying the State Department isn't sharing with them a plan to evacuate if insurgents launch a debilitating attack.
The concerns are heightened by the fact that many of those civilians doing the security and nation-building work of the U.S. government hold sensitive security clearances, making them an attractive target for the enemy.
And the situation could become even more precarious after the U.S. military in Afghanistan draws down to just 8,400 troops by year's end.
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WNU Editor: I am sure that the U.S. State Department has a plan .... I am also sure that such a plan will be useless within the first hour of such an offensive.