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- Tom Bowman Pentagon correspondent, NPR
- Kristen Rouse Veteran, United States Army; director, New York City Veterans Alliance
- Rod Nordland Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, The New York Times; former New York Times bureau chief in Kabul; author of "The Lovers: Afghanistan's Romeo and Juliet: The True Story of How They Defied Their Families and Escaped an Honor Killing"
- Aaron O'Connell Associate professor, University of Texas at Austin; veteran, United States Marine Corps; editor, "Our Latest Longest War: Losing Hearts and Minds in Afghanistan"
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