AP source: Obama to relieve top Afghanistan war general of command over critical remarks in magazine...
AP source: Obama chooses Gen. David Petraeus to replace McChrystal as top Afghan commander.
AP source: Obama replaces McChrystal with Petraeus
Obama accepts McChrystal's resignation 'with considerable regret'; Calls it the right step.
Obama chooses U.S. Central Command Gen. David Petraeus to succeed McChrystal.
Obama says McChrystal's magazine comments undermined civilian control of the U.S. military.
Obama says McChrystal's resignation is 'right decision for our national security'
Obama: Afghanistan demands a 'unity of effort' and a change in command was vital.
Obama says he'll tolerate debate on war policy but 'I won't tolerate division'
Source: Petraeus chosen to succeed McChrystal
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Statement by Gen. Stanley McChrystal
The statement issued by Gen. Stanley McChrystal after President Barack Obama announced his dismissal the top NATO commander in Afghanistan:
This morning the President accepted my resignation as Commander of U.S. and NATO Coalition Forces in Afghanistan. I strongly support the President's strategy in Afghanistan and am deeply committed to our coalition forces, our partner nations, and the Afghan people. It was out of respect for this commitment - and a desire to see the mission succeed - that I tendered my resignation.
It has been my privilege and honor to lead our nation's finest.
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