Your Stories from Eight Years in Afghanistan

How people feel about the war depends on where they are

Friday, October 09, 2009

As we've been marking the eighth anniversary of the war in Afghanistan, we've found that people can think about the war in vastly different ways, depending on how close they are. We hear from those who've served, those who see the soldiers return, and even those for whom the war is far from their minds.

Contributors:

Leo Duran

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