2-45th ADT makes first mission to eastern Paktya

Sgt. 1st Class Billy Payne (left) from Aubrey, Texas, project manager for the 2-45th ADT, writes down information regarding a watershed project here during a site survey Oct. 30 with (click for more)

TF Wolverine Soldiers discuss winter projects in Waras

Lt. Col. Wiley Blevins, Bamyan ETT team leader, Maj. Timothy Drake, contracting officer, and ANP Col. Mohmad Ishawk, chief of police for Waras District, discuss the positioning of a new (click for more)

Paktika PRT helps farmers grow crops year-round

Local farmers work together to construct a greenhouse during agriculture training at the Bermel District Center Oct. 28. Farmers from 10 districts in Paktika Province received training on greenhouse construction (click for more)

Soldiers on hunt for hidden enemy

U.S. Army Spc. Robbie D. Nuttle II of Galena, Kan., a “sweeper” for Route Clearance Package 36, Task Force Bastogne, checks the crater of an improvised explosive device blast for (click for more)

Delta Co. helps Charikar school

U.S. Army 1st Sgt. Christina Churchill, first sergeant for Company D, 186th BSB, 86th IBCT and a Sheldon, Vt., resident, passes hand crank radios to a worker at the Jolala (click for more)

New literacy program educates Afghan children

BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan – Malal Loynab, a Human Terrain Analyst with CJTF-101, teaches an Afghan child English during a new literacy program, which she helped start at the Egyptian Field (click for more)

ROK PRT honors fallen Korean War heroes

BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan – Republic of Korea soldiers cook steaks at a barbecue following a ceremony commerating the sactifices the ROK and United Nations forces made during the Korean War (click for more)

Czech PRT builds, repairs schools in Logar Province

LOGAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – A new school building in Darwish, Pol-e Alam District, was recently completed by the Czech Provincial Reconstruction Team. (click for more)

TF Iron improves new home

GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Dining facilities at FOB Andar provide an indoor eating area for Soldiers to enjoy their meals and each other’s company. (click for more)

Bagram District KLE sets transition from TF Wolverine

PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Spc. Sarah Huntley, a medic with Company A, 86th BSTB, 86th IBCT, which is located in Bradford, Vt., shakes the hand of a young Afghan girl (click for more)

http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/219237101030_a_3775s_001.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/581167101022_a_9212f_036.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/529902101028_o_9999x_001.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/448748101007_a_0846w_230.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/821039101027_a_1182g_018.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/914804101028_a_3904h_004.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/251676101026_a_0783m_010.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/585446100828_o_9999x_001.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/455586101027_a_5810p_004.jpg http://cjtf101.com/components/com_gk2_photoslide/images/thumbm/114498101024_a_1182g_175.jpg
http://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3556-2-45th-adt-makes-first-mission-to-eastern-paktya.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3553-tf-wolverine-soldiers-discuss-winter-projects-in-waras-.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3551-paktika-prt-helps-farmers-grow-crops-year-round.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3550-soldiers-on-hunt-for-hidden-enemy.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3549-delta-co-helps-charikar-school.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3547-new-literacy-program-educates-afghan-children.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3546-rok-prt-honors-fallen-korean-war-heroes.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3545-czech-prt-builds-repairs-schools-in-logar-province.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3543-tf-iron-improves-new-home.htmlhttp://cjtf101.com/en/regional-command-east-news-mainmenu-401/3541-bagram-district-kle-sets-transition-from-tf-wolverine.html

KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Task Force La Fayette Police Operational Monitoring Liaison Team members arrive in Mollah Bashro to assist in the inauguration of a new Afghan National Police station here Nov. 2. The new police station was built to improve the ANP working and living conditions. Originally the policemen were sheltered in containers. Currently, 15 others are still under construction and will soon be delivered to the ANP. Afghan and French policemen in Kapisa have developed a strong working relationship through the last months training together. (Photo by French Army Capt. Edouard Dupleix, Task Force La Fayette deputy public affairs officer)KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan – French Army Col. Georges German, the Task Force La Fayette deputy commander; and Nijrab District Deputy Gov. Mohamad Safi and chief of police inaugurated the Mollah Bashro police station here Nov. 2.

This was the first police station delivered to the Afghan authorities in Kapisa Province. Currently, 15 others are still under construction and will soon be delivered to the Afghan National Police.

A local construction firm handled the whole project, which was financed by the European Union to reinforce Afghan security capabilities. The union employs local workers of Nijrab valley for other projects and services such as water and electricity access, which also helps with the local economic development.

The new police station was built to improve the ANP working and living conditions. Originally the policemen were sheltered in containers. The 16 new stations will ensure the ANP have more security, comfort and durability at work.

The French Police Operational Monitoring Liaison Team policemen from Task Force La Fayette are deployed to Kapisa to provide ANP training courses. They teach topography, first aid skills, operational search techniques and crowd control capability.

Safi warmly thanked the POMLT for their work, help and collaboration with the ANP in this area, not only for the training but also for their help in improving the working conditions.

KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Nijrab District Deputy Gov. Mohamad Safi and French Army Col. Georges German, the Task Force La Fayette deputy commander, officially inaugurate the first new Afghan National Police station in Mollah Bashro here Nov. 2. The new police station was built to improve the ANP working and living conditions, and was financed by the European Union. A total of 16 police stations will be delivered to the Afghan authorities in Kapisa. (Photo by French Army Capt. Edouard Dupleix, Task Force La Fayette deputy public affairs officer)

 

    

Related Links

Bagram Airfield

The Flood

English

Dari

Thunder

Thunder

Fallen Heroes

Language Selection

Press Releases

ANP receive new stations in Kapisa

KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan – French Army Col. Georges German, the Task Force La Fayette deputy commander; and Nijrab District Deputy Gov. Mohamad Safi and chief of police inaugurated the Mollah Bashro police station here Nov. 2.

Read more...
 
Operations conclude in Pech River Valley

KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – The combined security force of Afghan National Security Forces and International Security Assistance Force Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, finished clearing operations in the western Pech River Valley here Nov. 3. 

Read more...
 
TF Iron conducts air assault to stop insurgent attacks

GHAZNI PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Task Force Iron Rakkasans continue thwart insurgent activities as three platoons took part in an air assault operation into Shamshay Village, Andar District, here Oct. 29.  

Read more...
 
Combined force takes fight to enemy in Kunar

KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Afghan National Security Forces and ISAF Forces began clearing operations in the western portion of the Pech River Valley early Oct. 31. The operation involved the insertion of combat forces by helicopter and vehicles in the Darah-ye Pech District and focused on villages west of Nangalam.

Read more...