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A new sign advertising the Kansas National Guard for additional deployments is posted on the side of a trailer in Tipton County, Kansas. The Department of Defense is paying for hundreds of advertisements to be posted along highways, airports, public transit hubs and other locations across the United States to promote its request for volunteers for an additional deployment to Afghanistan, according to a report in the New York Times. The ads, which feature an image of a World War II-era soldier with the caption, “Support our troops in Afghanistan.”, will be in place at bus stations, major transportation hubs, and other locations across the country through Monday, according to the Times. They will also be placed in military bases across the country. The request is for 3,900 personnel who will help train and advise Afghan forces in order to help to reduce civilian casualties and increase security in the war-torn country. The number of troops requested could put the number of U.S. forces in Afghanistan at the highest level since the United States invaded the country in late 2001. Just over 9,000 U.S. troops were in the country when President Barack Obama ordered the deployment of an additional 30,000 troops and directed them to increase airstrikes. Obama authorized the force increase in September, citing progress in the war and the need to help protect the U.S. embassy in Kabul and carry out other missions. The number of U.S. troops in Afghanistan remains much higher than the roughly 1,000 troops Obama had asked for. The other two trailers placed at the Tipton County site where the local Guard is headquartered are advertising employment opportunities with the National Guard and the Kansas Army National Guard. The trailers are staffed by a recruiter from the Kansas Army National Guard. Sgt. Bradley Smith told the local newspaper he was “not against the campaign” but said “I just don’t think it’s fair to advertise those opportunities without other soldiers being able to see it.”Q: Python multithreading: Variable values change unexpectedly when moving between threads In the following Python example, two threads are created. Each thread sets a flag to true and then waits 5 seconds. The threads then move through the following statements. I am confused as to why the variable s (the flag) changes from false to true after the threads have both run through the second line of code. from threading import Thread



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