Marine Corps Gen. John Allen, the Commander of the International Security Assistance Force, is testifying today before the House Armed Services Committee about the future of our military's mission in Afghanistan and the recent massacre of 16 Afghan civilians allegedly perpetrated by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales.
Acting Under Secretary of Defense/Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy James Miller testified earlier this morning. Click here to read about his testimony.
The Pentagon Channel is streaming live from the House Armed Services hearing:
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