Bryant Neal Vinas, the American-born al Qaeda operative caught in Pakistan, provided intelligence that allowed the US to target al Qaeda leaders and training camps in Pakistan's tribal areas as well as information on a possible attack on a Long Island railway. In January 2009 he pleaded guilty to conspiring to murder US nationals, providing material support to Al Qaeda, and receiving military training from the group.
The ANSF Order of Battle
A breakdown of the structure and units in the Afghan National Security Forces.
The Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan
A look at the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan's top leaders.
The Quetta Shura
A look at the Afghan Taliban's top leaders, military councils, and committees.