Has bi-partisan co-sponsorship on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee with Senator Paul and Senator Udall
The United States has been at war in Afghanistan since October of 2001 where it has cost $2 trillion.
There have been over 2,300 military members killed in Afghanistan and another 20,000 wounded in action.
The bill sets guidelines for withdrawal: Within 45 days a plan for an orderly withdrawal and turnover of facilities to the Afghan Government.
Within one year a $2,500 bonus will be paid to all members of the military who have served in the Global War on Terrorism.
Since 2001 more than 3,002,635 men and women have deployed. This would be a one-time cost of approximately $7 billion and an immediate savings of over 83% when compared to the current yearly costs.