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Topic - Joseph F. Dunford , Jr.
In a NATO context, 'assist' would include things like providing combat support, which is specifically the aviation piece, and a policy decision would have to be made about that," Gen. Dunford told the British paper.
Marine Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, Jr., commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, said in an interview Sept. 2 with Britain's The Guardian newspaper that providing combat support to Afghans as part of the Resolute Support mission is being considered.