War in Afghanistan turns 16, earns driver's…

AFGHANISTAN — It seems like only yesterday US troops launched their first airstrikes on Afghanistan in October 2001. Now, the war has grown up and earned its driver’s license. The war’s proud parents — the 1979 Russian Invasion of Afghanistan and the First Anglo-Afghan War of 1839 — are amazed at how time has flown for their young war, whom they call “Operation Enduring Stalemate."

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