(WPRI) - Mike Montecalvo sits down with military analyst Lt. General Reginald Centracchio for a one-on-one interview.
The general focused on the latest developments on the U.S soldier suspected of killing 16 Afghan villagers.
The General says more testing needs to be done to make sure soldiers are not re-deployed if they're suffering from mental illness.
He also says the U.S. is not withdrawing in 2014—but conducting a transition of combat soldiers.
He also claims the possibility of the draft should be looked at for both men and women.
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Four of five town councilors are facing a recall election in Exeter.
State police are trying to determine why a 32-year-old woman who died after being struck by two vehicles on Route 6 in Yarmouth was walking on the highway.