U.S. Soldier Speaks on Progress in Iraq

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There was another sign of progress this week in Iraq: 2,000 soldiers who helped launch the troop surge returned home.

The Pentagon said their unit will not be replaced.

Violence has dropped dramatically in Iraq since the start of the surge last January.

The U.S. military currently has an estimated 156,000 troops in Iraq.

The troop draw-down is expected to continue through this year.

Pete Hegseth just returned from Iraq.

He served the U.S. military there in 2005 and 2006, but this time he was there to report on the progress from the front lines. 

Click the play button to watch Pete's interview with CBN News, and learn more about his organization, "Vets for Freedom."

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