Tabasum Sharqi (left) opens a book she received for graduating at the top of her Fatima Girls High School class at a ceremony held at the Kunar Department of Women’s (click for more)
Soldiers from the Polish Army and the Texas National Guard Agribusiness Development Team-IV check their shot grouping during qualification on the Polish AK-74 5.56 mm Mini-Beryl short assault rifle Feb. (click for more)
U.S. Army Soldiers from Company B, 1st Battalion, 26th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Task Force Duke, play an impromptu game of volleyball against a team (click for more)
Dr. Mehirulla Muslim, the Nurgaram District subgovernor, addresses an audience of teachers, government officials and citizens during a ceremony to celebrate a completed solar panel electricity project Feb. 21 in (click for more)
U.S. Army Spc. Raheem Stewart, an automations specialist with TF Phoenix, steps along the rafters of the building his team helped wire for communications. Stewart, from Dallas, was one of (click for more)
An Afghan National Army soldier from Weapons Company, 1st Battalion, 201st Infantry Regiment, searches a pile of rocks in the courtyard of a high-value target home outside the village of (click for more)
U.S. Army Capt. Nicole Zupka of Fair Lawn, N.J., a battlewatch captain with Combined Joint Task Force-Paladin, helps an Afghan child with her writing skills during female engagement team training (click for more)
LOGAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Afghan National Army soldiers move through Kharwar District to prevent the Taliban’s freedom of movement Feb. 12. U.S. and Afghan soldiers braved more than 3 feet (click for more)
Kentucky Agribusiness Development Team II members, U.S. Army Spc. Justin Allen (left), a London, Ky., native, and U.S. Army Sgt. Nicholas Combs, a Corbin, Ky., native, get to know a (click for more)
On behalf Regional Command East, thank you for your interest in pursuing an embed.
To expedite your application and, if approved, assist you during your coverage of events in Afghanistan the Media Support Center at Bagram Airfield is available to help coordinate your embed. Keep in mind, transportation at times can be frustrating due to the war fight. Please be patient and flexible. The embed approval process is dependent on transportation and the units ability to host a journalist.
Our forces not only conduct combat operations to deliberately engage the enemies of peace and stability, they also continually work to bring stability through development projects. These projects include construction that supports transportation, water management, education, health care and governance; local governance initiatives; medical services; education; economic growth and other humanitarian projects that help build the capacity of the nation.
If your specific request does not fall under the traditional scope of RC-East, we may refer you to a different command in Afghanistan for assistance. Operations we are NOT directly involved with include training the Afghan Security Forces, opium eradication, government ministries and operations outside of our area of operational control or that are conducted by our multi-national partners, which are mostly found outside of RC-East. If you’re interested in these areas there are other organizations and points of contact we can refer you to for help with your request.
Our ultimate mission is to support the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and bring peace and stability to the people of Afghanistan. This means that the bulk of our mission is devoted to nation building activities. While we appreciate the immediacy of combat operations and have common media requests to "see the action," and "go on patrols" the majority of our efforts in Afghanistan are devoted to development and counter-insurgency operations. Adding details to your request will enable us to better determine our ability to support it and list detailed options in the event we cannot fulfill your original request.
To start the embed request process please complete and return the application. We are committed to doing our best to assist you in developing your program of coverage.
All media coming to Afghanistan are strongly encouraged to register with NATO – ISAF Public Affairs Office and obtain an ISAF media badge before coming on to any US military installation. But, it is not required for embedding in RC-East. You can find detailed information on this website, http://www.nato.int/isaf/services/media_card.html .
We are currently experiencing flight delays due to the weather and units rotating in and out of RC-East. Expect four to five day delays on both ends of your embed. Also, we need 21 to 28 days notice of your embed request date to complete the approval process. Each individual requesting an embed needs to submit a RC-East questionnaire.
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|US Ambassador, PRT inaugurate new courthouse in Kunar|
KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan for Rule of Law and Law Enforcement, Hans Klemm, and two justices from the Afghan Supreme Court, Kabul, observed the opening of the new Asadabad Courthouse its first public criminal trial Asadabad, Afghanistan, May 9.
|ADT launches several Ghazni projects|
GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Task Force White Eagle Texas Agribusiness Development Team IV attended a ground breaking ceremony hosted by Ghazni Deputy sub-Gov. Mohammad Ali Ahmadi at the Ghazni Governor’s compound April 27.
|TF Dolch launches UAV in Logar Province|
|Coalition forces engage insurgents in Kapisa|
BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan – Coalition forces killed seven insurgents in defensive operations in the Alah Say District, Kapisa Province, eastern Afghanistan, March 29.