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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.The security transition guidelines acknowledge that progress has been slow, and that Afghan forces are nowhere near ready to take over the mission across the country. One senior NATO military officer in Kabul said there actually were a few areas in which American forces had begun thinning out and moving to neighboring regions, especially in Helmand Province, in southern Afghanistan, the focus of President Obama’s troop surge. But the officer acknowledged that areas showing such progress are few in number so far.

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