US Army chief of staff visited Kabul to evaluate Military campaign
US military officers were in Kabul on Monday to evaluate the new military campaign against terrorists in the upcoming year and ensure new American advisory teams and an upgraded Afghan Airforce are on target as the upcoming fighting season is going to be started in recent days.
Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said he wants to understand the goals for the coming months so the U.S.-led coalition can develop ways to measure progress in the fight. Dunford told reporters traveling with him that he seeks “a discussion about measures of effectiveness. A key question is how the U.S. will know that it’s where it needs to be in implementing what is, in actuality, the Afghans’ plan.
US military forces are trying to end their longest war in Afghanistan at a time that Taliban is not willing to set on negotiation table with Afghan forces and they are trying to violate the country in upcoming months.