U.S. military officials have grown increasingly worried about the threat posed by militants who have infiltrated Afghan security forces to launch attacks on NATO personnel.
One intrepid bunch has been saying this since the time when USG was denying it. Black market uniforms, anyone?
And it's kinda hilarious how we are portraying insurgent attacks in Kabul as a sign of weakness, or failing that, as a sign that Pak is tipping the scales. Odd that. Most analysts would argue that such a reach into an adversary's capital is a negative metric. When facts don't fit the narrative.
Oh, and an obit, Cicely Angleton, poet and CIA official’s spouse (He used to say that she thought he worked for the Post Office. Wasn't true, of course.)