The heart-wrenching scenes that emerged from the Kabul Airport have been a tough pill to swallow for Americans as the hallmark of a war that spans 20 years.
The blood and treasure spent to win the first campaign in the War on Terror have left Americans divided, frustrated and confused over why exactly we stayed in Afghanistan.
One who has some thoughtful and rather provocative observations about this is Dave Galluch, U.S. Naval Academy graduate who served as an Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) officer in the Navy and was deployed to the Middle East and Somalia.
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