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U.S. military officials wonder why insurgents are uncharacteristically quiet before national election.
Diyala Province is ground zero in the effort to stop Iranian weapons and operatives from entering Iraq.
On the border between Iraq and Iran, deminers try to keep explosives out of insurgents' hands.
A U.S. commander turned a squad of Afghan policemen into a crack motorbike unit.
U.S. troops are mixed on their support for the presidential candidates.
Nearly 500 documents were slated for destruction at 41 regional VA offices.
U.S. soldiers are discovering more and more "house-borne improvised explosive devices"
Mine-resistant vehicles not enough to protect U.S. forces in Afghanistan from powerful roadside bombs.
An Iraqi police colonel named Ahmed is typical of America's new partners in a once dangerous province.
Claims attack killed civilians, not senior Al Qaeda in Iraq operative.