Monday, May 22, 2017

A Day In The Life Of One American Soldier In Kabul

Major Jared Auchey (Hollie McKay/Fox News)

FOX News: US soldier in Afghanistan: A day in the life of one American fighter

KABUL, Afghanistan -- Jared Auchey, Virginia-born and raised on a sequence of Air Force bases, was just 18 years old when he joined the U.S Army Reserve in 1999. Five years later, after graduating from Penn State University, his first assignment with the Harrisburg Recruiting Battalion was as an active duty soldier in Afghanistan.

Little did he know then that at age 36 and now with the rank of major, Afghanistan would still be the mainstay of his military career, or that the war against terrorism in that country would be far from over. Auchey spent his first deployment in the western province of Herat, then a relative sanctuary of stability compared to the southern and eastern provinces. Today Auchey works out of Kabul and is now six months into his third deployment in the conflict-torn country.

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WNU Editor: My gut is telling me that things are going to be picking up for the U.S. in Afghanistan very soon.

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