David Petraeus: 2010 would be a tough year for U.S. military in Afghanistan

David Petraeus, commander of U. S. Central Command, told Congress Tuesday the military faces a tough year ahead in Afghanistan, but violence level there is unlikely to rise as high as the 2006 peak in Iraq.
Petraeus told the Senate Armed Services Committee in a hearing that U.S. military and its NATO allies have "spent much of the past year working to get the inputs right in Afghanistan," and "we 're starting to see the outputs."

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