A member of the U.S. Army's military police, left, walks past an Afghan National Police humvee at the start of a joint patrol operation in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
A member of the U.S. Army's military police, left, walks past an Afghan National Police humvee at the start of a joint patrol operation in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Los Angeles Times/MCT
A member of the U.S. Army's military police, left, walks past an Afghan National Police humvee at the start of a joint patrol operation in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Los Angeles Times/MCT

The Afghan war: Do the numbers add up to success?

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