Afghan, French headquarters deployed side by side

ANA BG Emam Nazar, 3rd Infantry Brigade commander, 201st Corps, and French BG Jean-Francois Hogard, TF Lafayette commander, talk about the success of Bison Playoff II Nov. 21-24. (click for more)

ADT visits Paktya women’s center, university, farm

U.S. Army Spc. Mandy Kennedy from Ellsworth, Wis., 2-45th ADT education specialist, hands out items to Afghan girls during a stop at a farm in Gardez Dec. 4. (click for more)

PRT attends shura, helps Afghans in Tandan Village

U.S. Army Pfc. Cheryl Baldridge from Prague, Okla., 2-45 Oklahoma Agribusiness Development Team, examines an Afghan child's donkey at Tandan village Dec. 4. (click for more)

Iowa ADT assesses local farms

An Afghan girl looks up from cutting parsley from a small plot during a foot patrol near FOB Wright by the Iowa National Guard’s 734th ADT Nov. 30. (click for more)

Army medics help boy back on his feet

Pfc. Deana Hilburn talks with Abas at the Aid Station on FOB Fenty. Hilburn and the other medics assigned to the 426th BSB have been treating Abas for severe burns (click for more)

Turning pain into progress: Kunar women’s rights movement gains momentum, support

Some 80 Afghan women gather for the Women’s Justice Shura at the Kunar Ministry of Culture and Information Nov. 30. (click for more)

ADT, PRT, coalition partners meet with leaders in Jaghori District

U.S. Army Sgt. Katherine Williams, Ghazni Texas ADT-IV’s FET, shares a smile with girls living at a local orphanage in the Jaghori District Center while delivering winter supplies. (click for more)

Legal library opens in Salang District Center

U.S. Army Capt. Adam Bushey and U.S. Army Sgt. Erin Pickett, both with TF Wolverine, stock the selves of the newly dedicated law library in the Salang District Center here (click for more)

Kentucky ADT provides training in animal medicine to Afghan students

U.S. Army Lt. Col. Sherry Graham, a 62nd Medical Brigade veterinarian, assisted by Dr. Mohammad Nahim Sharif, a veterinary professor and students from Alberoni University, dissect a sheep Nov. 26. (click for more)

Kentucky ADT attends as 25 women graduate from poultry class

U.S. Army Maj. Bobbie Mayes, Women’s Empowerment coordinator with the Kentucky ADT, greets a teacher from the Agency for Building a New Afghanistan during a visit to the Kapisa Directors (click for more)

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KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan - U.S. Army Col. James Floyd, Kentucky Agribusiness Development Team veterinarian and resident of Shreveport, La., leads a class of students from Alberoni University in dissecting a goat Nov. 26 at the university. Floyd conducted lectures in the morning on the unique digestive system of sheep, goats and cows with pictures to illustrate how the stomach worked. In the afternoon, Floyd arranged to have two goats and a sheep dissected. For many students, this was the first time seeing the practical side and detailed explanation of a goat’s digestive system. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Peter Ferrell, Task Force Wolverine Public Affairs)

KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan - U.S. Army Maj. Robert Paul of Frederick, Md., veterinarian with the 62nd Medical Brigade, assists instruction with Dr. Mohammad Nahim Sharif, a veterinary professor with Alberoni University, Nov. 26 at the university. Paul dissected a goat while Sharif explained to students how the digestive systems worked. The students attended a lecture in the morning and later observed a practical demonstration, which most students never experienced. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Peter Ferrell, Task Force Wolverine Public Affairs)

KAPISA PROVINCE, Afghanistan - U.S. Army Lt. Col. Sherry Graham of Ocean City, Md., veterinarian with the 62nd Medical Brigade, assisted by Dr. Mohammad Nahim Sharif a veterinary professor and students from Alberoni University dissect a sheep Nov. 26 at the university. The students attended a lecture of how the stomach of goats and sheep worked and observed a sheep dissection to better understand the sheep’s digestive system. (Photo by U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Peter Ferrell, Task Force Wolverine Public Affairs)

 

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