Is the U.S. military going to move several field hospitals into Kunduz to replace the destroyed hospital so that wounded Afghan children, sometimes referred to as "collateral damage", will have some relief from their suffering?
Since the U.S. military causes some of the civilian casualties, do they bring in medics to treat the lightly wounded and helicopters to evacuate the seriously wounded, or are they just left to suffer and die?
The UN mission in Afghanistan reports that the Taliban causes about 80% of civilian casualties. Even if that's true, do we leave those people to die? Do we even spend enough to help our own wounded veterans? Judging by the suicide rate, the answer seems to be no.
We are spending trillions for destruction but not nearly enough billions to repair the damage.
If our military forces destroy more than they heal, then by any sane definition, we are losing the war in Afghanistan.