50 graduate Fatima Girls High School

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)

Polish and US Forces bond through weapons

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)

TF Duke Soldiers volley for peace

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)

Nurgaram District leaders electrify Nangaresh schools

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)

10th CAB Soldiers bring communications to Bagram’s east side

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)

ANA, Red Bulls search Parwai during Operation Brass Monkey

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)

Female engagement teams trained to aid communication with Afghan women

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)

ANA, TF Storm break trail, make difference in Kharwar

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)

Ky. ADT II begins Panjshir sheep parasite project

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)

Engineer Soldiers deliver aid to Afghans

An Afghan carrying a child approaches U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Peter Moeller of Atkins, Iowa, a medic with Task Force Red Bulls, for humanitarian aid at Qale-Mussa Pain Middle School (click for more)

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    GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Polish Army Pfc. Patryk Sawicki, 6nd Polish Police Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team (right), and Polish Army Lt. Radoslaw Lasota, 2nd POMLT, meet with a Shakra-e-Kohn Secondary School student May 22. Afghan National Policemen, International Security Assistance Force POMLT advisers and District Development Team education specialists visited Shakra-e-Kohn Secondary School and Sanayee High School in Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. (Courtesy photo)GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Polish soldiers from Task Force White Eagle’s 2nd and 6th Police Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team and their Afghan National Police counterparts visited Shakra-e-Kohn and Sanayee Schools in Ghazni Province, Afghanistan, May 22.

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    PANJSHIR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Afghan National Police members bag evidence and collect fingerprints from a simulated crime scene during a Crime Scene Investigation Class held by law enforcement professionals attached to Panjshir Embedded Training Team in Bazarak Municipality, Panjshir Province, Afghanistan, May 24. The four-day class, funded by the Task Force Red Bulls rule-of-law office, consisted of Afghan rule-of-law criminal procedures, working a crime scene from the beginning through the prosecution in court and collecting and preserving evidence to be presented in court. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Amber Ashcraft, Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team Public Affairs) PANJSHIR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – More than 20 Afghan National Police members from Panjshir Province were the first to graduate from a crime scene investigation class in Bazarak Municipality, Afghanistan, May 24.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Coalition forces and aircraft responded to an insurgent attack. Four insurgents were killed by air strike and three were killed by direct fire from coalition forces.

All rounds were reported safe and on target. There were no reports of injuries or damages to civilians in the area.