Michael Bogar holds a photo of his son Cpl. Jason Bogar outside St. Mark's Cathedral in Seattle after a funeral was held on Friday, July 25, 2008 for Bogar, 25, who died in combat in Afghanistan on July 13, 2008. (AP Photo/Seattle Post-Intellegencer, Karen Ducey)
Michael Bogar holds a photo of his son Cpl. Jason Bogar outside St. Mark's Cathedral in Seattle after a funeral was held on Friday, July 25, 2008 for Bogar, 25, who died in combat in Afghanistan on July 13, 2008. (AP Photo/Seattle Post-Intellegencer, Karen Ducey) Associated Press
Michael Bogar holds a photo of his son Cpl. Jason Bogar outside St. Mark's Cathedral in Seattle after a funeral was held on Friday, July 25, 2008 for Bogar, 25, who died in combat in Afghanistan on July 13, 2008. (AP Photo/Seattle Post-Intellegencer, Karen Ducey) Associated Press

Sending more troops to Afghanistan could backfire, experts say

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