Troop Reductions Only Part of the Troop Surge Under Obama | FAIR Blog
Misleading media reports today are announcing the end of the U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan.
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It’s important to understand that the troop reductions are only part of the total troop surge that happened under Obama.
As FAIR noted last year (Media Advisory, 6/23/11) there were two major increases in the number of U.S. troops in 2009:
When Obama took office in 2009, the U.S. had about 34,000 troops in Afghanistan. Obama has initiated two major troop increases in Afghanistan: about 20,000 additional troops were announced in February 2009, followed by the December 2009 announcement that an another 33,000 would be deployed as well; other smaller increases have brought the total to 100,000.
For more on this story, visit: Is the Afghan Surge Really Over? | FAIR Blog.