Lt.. Chip Heidt, 25, of Cincinatti, Ohio, (left) gathers intelligence on Taliban activities in one of Afghanistan's 40,000 villages.
Lt.. Chip Heidt, 25, of Cincinatti, Ohio, (left) gathers intelligence on Taliban activities in one of Afghanistan's 40,000 villages. Philip Smucker/MCT
Lt.. Chip Heidt, 25, of Cincinatti, Ohio, (left) gathers intelligence on Taliban activities in one of Afghanistan's 40,000 villages. Philip Smucker/MCT

Despite U.S. tactical shifts in Afghanistan, Taliban terror continues

July 02, 2009 3:21 PM

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