Afghan National Army Commandos attend their graduation ceremony in Kabul in July. Foreign combat troops are set to leave Afghanistan by the end of 2014 after handing over all security responsibilities to Afghan forces. S. Sabawoon/EPA/Landov hide caption

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How NATO Is Trying To Change The Narrative In Afghanistan
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U.S. troops patrol in the Baraki Barak district of Logar province, Afghanistan. Sean Carberry/NPR hide caption

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A soldier from the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division on patrol in southern Afghanistan. (October, 2010, file photo.) Chris Hondros/Getty Images hide caption

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From video of the incident, as the helicopter swooped low over a snowy base in Afghanistan moments before crashing in the distance. YouTube.com hide caption

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An elderly Afghan man sits next to the covered body of a person who was allegedly killed by a U.S. service member in Panjwai, Kandahar province south of Kabul, Afghanistan, on Sunday, March 11, 2012. Allauddin Khan/AP hide caption

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An Afghan demonstrator holds a copy of a half-burnt Quran, allegedly set on fire by soldiers at Bagram Air Field, during a protest outside the base today. Massoud Hossaini /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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