How one man makes a difference in Afghanistan

PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Ghouse Loynab, human terrain analyst with Human Terrain Team, TF Red Bulls, takes notes as he talks to a villager about governance and development issues Feb. (click for more)

Guardians of Peace produces results in Paktya

PAKTYA PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Clint Koerperich of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, squad leader for 2nd Platoon, Company C., 1st Battalion, 168th Infantry Regiment, patrols with ANA soldiers (click for more)

Working together to put Afghan heroes back together again

PAKTYA, Afghanistan – Gheiratullah, an Afghan medical soldier, practices self aid and buddy care at the Paktya Regional Medical Center Feb. 13. (click for more)

Bidder’s conference places Afghans in control

PAKTYA PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. Army Spc. Crystal Sims (right), from Duncan, Okla., a project manager for the 2-45th Agribusiness Development Team, assists an Afghan with registering at the bidder’s (click for more)

Panjshir women strengthen communication skills

PANJSHIR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ashlee Lolkus, TF Red Bulls, shows Rohubza Dousti, a trainer and supervisor at the United Nations Habitat and a Panjshir youth group (click for more)

Ghazni PRT assesses village, builds relationships

GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Ghazni PRT members walk among the locals engaging in conversation during a village assessment in Touheed Abad in Ghazni Province Feb. 6. (click for more)

Iowa ADT inks deal for orchard training farm

KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Haji Hazrat Ali Gull, a fruit producer, explains improvements he already made to a proposed orchard training farm site he owns to U.S. Army Master Sgt. (click for more)

Co. A makes successful return to Shebatkyl

LAGHMAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan - A team of Kiowa helicopters provide overhead security for U.S. Army Soldiers from Company A, 1st Battalion, 133rd Infantry Regiment, and Afghan National Army Soldiers from (click for more)

Delegation conducts market outreach mission in Zormat

PAKTYA PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Mohammad Masood, Paktya Agricultural Department advisor, and U.S. Army Col. Robert Roshell, 2-45 Agribusiness Development Team commander from Lawton, Okla., examine spices during a mission to (click for more)

Kunar PRT medics help healing at Asadabad Hospital

KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Lynn Redman of San Antonio, Kunar Provincial Reconstruction Team nurse practitioner, examines a female Afghan patient with Afghan Dr. Ismat Shinwary, Asadabad (click for more)

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GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Elders from 35 villages within the Deh Yak District listen intently during a shura in the district center of Deh Yak Dec. 11. The elders raised concerns about security within the community and asked for assistance from the U.S. military. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)

GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. and Polish military members from Forward Operating Base Ghazni meet with the Afghan National Army and Afghan National Police before attending a shura at the district center in Deh Yak Dec. 11. The Agribusiness Development Team and the Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team civil affairs team conducted a site survey and spoke with members from the ANA and ANP about their facilities and operations. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - U.S. and Polish military members from Forward Operating Base Ghazni and Deh Yak meet with the provincal council during a shura in the district center of Deh Yak Dec. 11. The shura chairman, Nasrullah Syasi, spoke about their concerns and reached for guidence from the military. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)

GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Afghan National Army soldiers watch through an opening between floors while the Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team civil affairs team observe their living space during a visit to the Deh Yak District Center Dec. 11. The PRT civil affairs team conducted a site survey of all facilities within the district center. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. Army Sgt. Dylan Eberhart, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team civil affairs team member from Mishawaka, Ind., helps an Afghan National Army member clean his weapon during a visit to the Deh Yak District Center Dec. 11. The PRT civil affairs team conducted a site survey of all facilities within the district center. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Afghan National Army soldiers clean their weapons for the day during a district center visit in Deh Yak Dec. 11. The PRT civil affairs team conducted a site survey of all facilities within the district center. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Afghan National Army soldiers cook lunch for the elders and military members during a visit to the Deh Yak District Center Dec. 11. The purpose of the visit was to conduct a site survey and meet with elders to discuss future projects and concerns they may have. The PRT civil affairs team conducted a site survey of all facilities within the district center. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - An Afghan National Police officer cooks lunch for the elders and military members during a visit to the Deh Yak District Center Dec. 11. The purpose of the visit was to conduct a site survey and meet with elders to discuss future projects and concerns they may have. The PRT civil affairs team conducted a site survey of all facilities within the district center. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Courtney Witt, Ghazni Provincial Reconstruction Team)

 

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