The military and military families in Iraq and Afghanistan have long struggled to keep their loved ones safe.
Today, the military and families in both countries are struggling to find ways to keep the soldiers and their families safe.
The military and their troops have faced a crisis of legitimacy in the wake of the attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi and the death of the U,S.
Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens.
In light of this, military and veterans are concerned about the role of special operations forces (SOF) in a conflict that may be going to a new level of intensity.
The Pentagon and the White House are already working to increase the amount of U.N. troops in Afghanistan to the highest level since the Vietnam War.
The White House and Pentagon have also been attempting to convince the public that they will be more prepared to fight a war against ISIL in Syria than they were in Afghanistan.
The most recent attempt at this came from Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, who told the press that, in the event of a crisis, the U