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A 21-year-old soldier from Texas was killed Friday in southwestern Afghanistan, Pentagon officials announced Saturday night.
The suspect was spotted with a rifle before being contained in a greenhouse on the sprawling property in Ottawa.
Macander said her role and history-making command came with its own set of challenges.
The national command was 4,000 enlistments behind its annual goal by the end of June.
Trump said the National Garden of American Heroes will feature the statues of the “greatest Americans to ever live.”
So far the U.S. has reduced U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan from 12,000 to 8,600.