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Topic - Joseph F. Dunford Jr.
The U.S. military and the Afghan government reached a deal Wednesday on a gradual pullout of American special forces and their Afghan counterparts from a contentious eastern province, officials said.
Gen. Dunford said Gen. Amos regretted what he had said, but because he had said it, he was forced to remove Gen. Waldhauser as the convening authority.
"This ceremony highlights an increasingly confident, capable and sovereign Afghanistan," Gen. Dunford said.