Top U.S. Military Leader's Plane Attacked In Afghanistan
CNN reported Dempsey was in his room at the time and "not in any danger" according to a spokesman.
Since arriving Monday, Dempsey has met with NATO and Afghan leaders to discuss changes in security on bases.
Twenty-three Americans have been killed in attacks by Afghan military and police personnel, out of a total 40.
The attacks prompted NATO commander Gen. John Allen on Friday to order troops at NATO headquarters and bases in Afghanistan to carry loaded weapons at all times.
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