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US May Leave Small Number in Afghanistan

The United States may drastically lower the number of soldiers it leaves stationed in Afghanistan, due to less Taliban interference in the Afghanistan presidential elections this past April 5.

The top NATO and US commanders have recommended leaving around 10,000 US soldiers in order to train and Afghanistan's own security force and conduct counterterrorism operations. Due to a lack of cohesive and disruptive attacks, however, some high-ranking US officials are now considering leaving as few as 5,000 soldiers. This would put a higher burden on Afghanistan's own soldiers and police forces.

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ASVAB Question of the Week: April 23, 2014

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What to Expect in Summer ROTC Training

As summer approaches, cadets in Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) programs across the country will be gearing up for summer training. What to expect? Plenty of early mornings, hard work, leadership training, and skills enhancement before heading back to campus in the fall.

Leader's Training Course (LTC)

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Scholarship Spotlight: Fisher House Foundation Scholarships

Scholarships for dependents and children of U.S. Army soldiers are available through the Fisher House Foundation.

Heroes' Legacy Scholarships
$1,500 scholarships are available to children of active duty, Reserve, Guard, retired, and fallen U.S. Military service members, specifically those who have died or become disabled in battle since September 11, 2001. Those applying for scholarships must be unmarried, under 23 years of age and have a minimum 3.0 GPA.

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ASVAB Question of the Week: April 16, 2014

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What You Should Know About the Army College Loan Repayment Program

A special enlistment incentive offered to qualified applicants, the Army College Loan Repayment Program pays one-third of qualifying student loans for each year of full-time duty served. The program will contribute up to $65,000 toward eligible loans for enrolled active-duty Soldiers, with some funds also available to the National Guard and the Reserve. This student loan assistance can be a significant benefit for qualifying Soldiers.

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ASVAB Question of the Week: April 9, 2014

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