Two US Senators visited Pakistan the other day, calling on soldiers of US SWAT (Special Weapons and Tactics) units at a Pakistani air-force base. This was disclosed November 24 by The New York Times. Carl Levin (Democrat, Minnesota) in charge of the Senate armed services committee and one of that committee's chiefs John Warner (Republican, Virginia) met US servicemen this past Thursday. According to The New York Times, Levin and Warner also negotiated with Pakistan's President Gen. Pervez Musharraf. Their visit was not made public, The New York Times goes on to say. Referring to sources inside the Government of Pakistan, the paper notes that 800 US special troops are currently staying at two Pakistani air-force bases. They are involved in a covert search for Talib leaders and arch-terrorist Osama bin Laden.