Acting Secretary of Protection Miller Travels to Afghanistan > U.S. Section OF Defense > Release

 Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher C. Miller travelled to Afghanistan on Tuesday, December 22. Thanks to protection concerns bordering this trip, it was not declared in advance.

 While in Afghanistan, the Acting Secretary met with the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani at the Presidential Palace in Kabul to go over the ongoing U.S. armed forces help to the Afghanistan Countrywide Protection and Protection Forces amidst a historic chance to achieve peace in the region.

 Acting Secretary Miller also fulfilled with Typical Scott Miller, Commander Resolute Assistance Mission (RS) and US Forces Afghanistan (USFOR-A) to gain his assessment of the all round security situation to contain the latest counterterrorism and Educate, Recommend and Assist missions, the level of Taliban violence and the ongoing drawdown of U.S. forces.

In addition, Performing Secretary Miller appreciated many possibilities to satisfy with provider users at Combined Protection Changeover Command Afghanistan (CSTC-A), RS headquarters and at outlying destinations wherever he was ready to thank them and acknowledge their sacrifice of being absent from their Households during a tricky vacation time.