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He told me, with some chagrin, that killing a mid- or even high-level Taliban commander only had an effect on the insurgency for a few days to a few weeks, and then only locally, and that it took only days for them to appoint new commanders. The Taliban will be corralled when we kill enough of the low level fighters that it makes joining their cause inadvisable and unattractive. This requires counterinsurgency warfare, not policing and counterterrorism by SOF troopers by raiding high value targets. You need a big steaming cup of humility and a new hobby.” And in the interest of openness and giving all points of view, there you have it.Our so-called general purpose forces have been relegated to policing the population, while direct action kinetics are being done by the special operations troopers against high value targets. So why do we have Pentagon strategists still surprised at the fact that this strategy doesn’t work? UPDATE #2: A well meaning reader mentions the notion that my prose might be being used by the Pentagon to convince the Taliban commanders that they are winning rather than us. I recommended that she balance her reading with Joshua Foust’s latest piece.The blunt intelligence assessments are consistent across the main spy agencies responsible for analyzing the conflict, including the CIA and the Defense Intelligence Agency, and come at a critical juncture. Insurgent groups that have ceded territory in Kandahar and elsewhere seem content to melt away temporarily, leaving behind operatives to carry out assassinations or to intimidate villagers while waiting for an opportunity to return.Officials spoke on the condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. SOF troops come in the middle of the night and kill high value targets (always members of some one’s family), disappear into the night, and leave the GPF to explain the next day why it all occurred.

Taliban elements have consistently shown an ability to “reestablish and rejuvenate,” often within days of routed by U. forces, the official said, adding that if there is a sign that momentum has shifted, “I don’t see it.” One of the military objectives in targeting mid-level commanders is to compel the Taliban to pursue peace talks with the Afghan government, a nascent effort that NATO officials have helped to facilitate. He said last week that progress is occurring “more rapidly than was anticipated” but acknowledged that major obstacles remain. Among the troubling findings is that Taliban commanders who are captured or killed are often replaced in a matter of days.

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