Troop Numbers in Afghanistan

Troop Numbers in Afghanistan

November 1, 2012

How many coalition troops are in Afghanistan? Sound bites in the news don’t give any clear idea of what’s really going on and what our military is doing. This infographic breaks down just how many troops are stationed there, where they’re from, and what the potential withdrawal plans are. Source

La General Boulanger

La General Boulanger

October 25, 2012

This infographic taken from the French newspaper, Le Figaro was created to show irony about the French military- that there are too many generals in France. The humorous infographic shows how to become a general in France.

Drawing Down Troops from Iraq

Drawing Down Troops from Iraq

October 20, 2012

Earlier this fall, President Barack Obama declared that our service members stationed in Iraq have been ordered to come home by year’s end. After nine years, the United States military will leave Iraq, and our troops will be back on American soil by January 1, 2012.

Troop Levels in Afghanistan and Iraq

Troop Levels in Afghanistan and Iraq

September 22, 2012

Our troops have provided extraordinary service and sacrifice in both Afghanistan and Iraq for nearly ten years. Last night, the President spoke to the American people about the way forward in Afghanistan, and outlined his plan to remove 10,000 troops from Afghanistan by the end of this year, and a total of 33,000 by next […]

For the Troops

For the Troops

July 13, 2012

The Pepsi Refresh project has taken on a lot of projects to support and help U.S troops. This infographic provides information about the Pepsi Refresh Projects and it shows the items that are commonly sent in care packages to troops who are deployed. Source

Obama

Obama’s Secret Surge

June 29, 2012

President Obama pledged to unwind the international follies of the Bush Administration, but what has he actually changed? As U.S. troops begin a drawdown in Afghanistan, and continue one in Iraq, NEWSWEEK crunched the most comprehensive publicly available data in search of an answer. Source

Nine Hundred Terrible Days in the Life of Leningrad

Nine Hundred Terrible Days in the Life of Leningrad

May 26, 2012

On January 27, 1944, Soviet troops completely lifted the German blockade of the city. Source