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The meeting was led by Lady Ishbel Aberdeen, the wife of then-governor General John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, the seventh Earl of Aberdeen.
WWE's Big Show presents army Gen. John Campbell with a championship belt during a visit with troops deployed to Camp Resolute Support in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2015.

The meeting was led by Lady Ishbel Aberdeen, the wife of then-governor General John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, the seventh Earl of Aberdeen.
WWE's Big Show presents army Gen. John Campbell with a championship belt during a visit with troops deployed to Camp Resolute Support in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2015.
After the Shorabak raid, General John Campbell, then the commander of Resolute Support, said the al Qaeda base was "probably the largest training camp-type facility that we have seen in 14 years of war.
General John Campbell (second from right), commander of the international Resolute Support mission and US forces in Afghanistan, chief executive of Afghanistan Dr Abdullah Abdullah (far left) and President Ashraf Ghani (right) before dinner at the ...

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General John Campbell (second from right), commander of the international Resolute Support mission and US forces in Afghanistan, chief executive of Afghanistan Dr Abdullah Abdullah (far left) and President Ashraf Ghani (right) before dinner at the ...
[See LWJ reports, US military strikes large al Qaeda training camps in southern Afghanistan, and Al Qaeda's Kandahar training camp 'probably the largest' in Afghan war.
Such a position became particularly challenging and politically salutary after the outgoing US commander General John Campbell testified to Congress in January 2016. He said that while current rules of engagement prevented US troops who are not ...
He commanded the 4th Brigade Combat Team from Fort Campbell before it was deactivated, leading them to eastern Afghanistan in 2008 and 2009.
One pro-Erdogan newspaper went so far as to claim that US Army General John Campbell, the respected former commander of Coalition Forces in Afghanistan, conspired with the CIA in trying to overthrow the Turkish government.
Kandhamal: On the night of 7 June this year, suspected Christian fanatics broke into a small Hindu temple in Daringbadi in Odisha's Kandhamal district.
The other was former commander of the NATO force in Afghanistan, Gen. John Campbell, the paper proclaimed. These charges are wrong and ridiculous.
The other was former commander of the NATO force in Afghanistan, Gen. John Campbell, the paper proclaimed. These charges are wrong, and ridiculous.
Factions within the Turkish press, egged on by Erdogan, have charged Henri Barkey, a fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center For Scholars, and General John Campbell, a former NATO commander in Afghanistan, as responsible for the coup.
But ever since the failed July 15 putsch, a range of U.S. Actors have become the target of lurid conspiracy theories from Turkish news outlets like the pro-government Yeni Safak newspaper, which also accused the CIA and Gen. John Campbell, a former ...

FORT SILL, OK (KSWO) - Major General Mark McDonald retired August 5 at the Old Post Quadrangle on Fort Sill. Retired General John Campbell presented McDonald was awards and the guidon. Maj. Gen. McDonald has had long and eventful career with ...
Meanwhile, the pro-government newspaper Yeni Safak accused the C.I.A.; Gen. John Campbell of the army, formerly a NATO commander in Afghanistan; and Henri Barkey, who runs the Middle East program at the Woodrow Wilson Center, of being behind ...
Last Monday, the Yeni Safak newspaper published a front-page story accusing retired U.S. Army Gen. John Campbell of orchestrating the coup.
Last Monday, the Yeni Safak newspaper published a front-page story accusing retired U.S. Army Gen. John Campbell of orchestrating the coup.
Previous suggestions of US involvement centered on personnel stations at the Incirlik base, where a major anti-US protest was held yesterday, as well as Gen. John Campbell, the former commander of the Afghan war, who Turkish media outlets have claimed ...
Ini Alibi Mantan Komandan NATO yang Dituduh Dalangi Upaya Kudeta di Turki. Rep: Rr Laeny Sulistyawati/ Red: Muhammad Subarkah. Reuters/Omar Sobhani.
Adding to intrigue surrounding the Afghanistan connection, pro-Erdogan newspaper Yeni Safak claimed that the coup was masterminded by US Gen. John Campbell, who was in charge of NATO's Afghan occupation until March. Campbell says he was baffled ...
Retired Gen. John Campbell dismisses a report by a Turkish newspaper he orchestrated Turkey's coup attempt: WSJ. - How the failed Turkish coup is affecting the small Pennsylvania town of Saylorsburg: WSJ.
Retired U.S. Gen. John Campbell said it is "absolutely ridiculous" to claim he masterminded Turkey's failed coup attempt; the claim was a front-page story in a pro-government Turkish newspaper Yeni Safak, according to The Wall Street Journal.
US Army General John Campbell, the last American and ISAF commander in Afghanistan, publicly acknowledged that "based in, and operating from Pakistan HQN [the Haqqani network] remains the most virulent strain of the insurgency" in Afghanistan.
Middle market private equity company J.F. Lehman has appointed retired U.S. Army General John Campbell to its operating executive board.
He read four hundred pages of the Senate Intelligence Committee's torture report on the day of its release, and the next day he apologized to General John Campbell, the American commander in Afghanistan, for having not quite finished it. He reads books ...
Acting on a request by Nicholson's predecessor, General John Campbell, Obama said the U.S. would keep 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through most of this year.
Then, just a year later, the president changed the withdrawal schedule again, saying "I've consulted with Gen. [John] Campbell in Afghanistan and my national security team, and I've decided that we will maintain our current posture of 9,800 troops ...
In December, Gen. John Campbell, then the top commander in Afghanistan, requested new authorities and received approval to conduct airstrikes against the growing ISIS presence in eastern and southern Afghanistan.
John Nicholson, who concurred with a process begun under his predecessor, Gen. John Campbell. "There was no single 'precipitating event' that led the commanders to ask for the expanded authority, one defense official said, but the Taliban have been ...
After the Shorabak raid, General John Campbell, then the commander of Resolute Support, noted that US military and intelligence officials were surprised that the camp even existed.
General John Campbell, who was the commander of Operation Resolute Support, a U.S operation in Afghanistan, stepped down after 18 months of handling operations in Afghanistan in a period of great military and political turmoil.
Recently retired U.S. Army General John Campbell might not be commanding American and NATO forces in Afghanistan any more, but he has been appointed to the board of directors for defense behemoth BAE Systems.
Nicholson's predecessor, Gen. John Campbell, made it known before he left Kabul in March that he believed Carter should consider expanding US military authorities to take on the Taliban.
The previous U.S. top commander in Afghanistan, army Gen. John Campbell, told reporters as he left his command in Kabul earlier this year that the White House had approved a series of more aggressive measures that he had requested since fall 2014, ...
Retired Gen. John Campbell, the former top U.S. commander in Afghanistan who recently retired from the army, is joining the Bae Systems Board of Directors.
MAKING MOVES - CAMPBELL JOINS Bae Systems BOARD: Retired Gen. John Campbell, who was previously the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, has been appointed to the BAE Systems Board of Directors, the defense contractor is announcing ...
John Campbell, a retired U.S. Army general and former commander of U.S. forces and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan, has been appointed to the board of directors of BAE Systems' U.S.
The recently departed U.S. Afghanistan commander, Gen. John Campbell, proposed that Afghan forces receive U.S. air support until the government can build up its own air force.
The recently departed U.S. Afghanistan commander, Gen. John Campbell, proposed that Afghan forces receive U.S. air support until the government can build up its own air force.
John "Mick" Nicholson and predecessor, Gen. John Campbell, wanting the White House to ease restrictions on striking the Taliban, those who have watched some of the White House deliberations play out have yet to detect an appetite for re-escalating the ...
The rhetoric mirrored testimony earlier this year by U.S. General John Campbell, then-head of international forces in Afghanistan.
The political pressure to do so was made apparent when, before his departure, Hutchinson, along with an Afghan general, spoke by videoconference with Gen. John Campbell, then the commander of American forces in Afghanistan. Campbell, who was in ...
Even with new air platforms, the Afghan air force is not expected to be at full strength until 2020, according to army Gen. John Campbell, the former Resolute Support commander. With well-known capability gaps for Afghan forces heading into the 2015 ...
Afterwards, General John Campbell, the commander of the Resolute Support Mission, disclosed that intelligence for that operation was gleaned from information seized at an al Qaeda camp in Paktika.
Yet army General John Campbell, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, insists, "The label 'war crimes' is typically reserved for intentional acts - intentionally targeting civilians or intentionally targeting protected objects.
army General John Campbell, then the US forces-Afghanistan commander, directed the investigation, and took action against 12 of the personnel still in Afghanistan.


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