The Nangahar PRT is made up of airmen and Soldiers from around the world, and is charged with assisting the provincial government in improving security, governance and reconstruction.
Air Force Tech. Sgt. William Allison, 436th Medical Operation Squadron, deployed from Dover Air Force Base, Del., provides medical aid to an Afghan child during a foot patrol Nov. 8 in Nangarhar province.  He is part of the Nangarhar Provincial Reconstruction Team.  The PRT is made up of airmen and Soldiers from around the world, and is charged with assisting the provincial government in improving security, governance and reconstruction.  His hometown is Detroit, Mich. (Photo by Air Force Capt. J. Elaine Hunnicutt)

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Air Force Tech. Sgt. Chandra Van Staalduinen, 366th Communications Squadron, deployed out of Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, passes out candy to children at the Hope of Mother School, a private school in Nangarhar province Nov. 8. She is part of the Nangarhar Provincial Reconstruction Team.  The PRT is made up of airmen and Soldiers from around the world and is charged with assisting the provincial government with improving security, governance and reconstruction.  Her hometown is Mayodan, N.C. (Photo by Air Force Capt. J. Elaine Hunnicutt)

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A local Afghan engineer puts up the frame of a holding pen at a vet clinic in Jalalabad City, Afghanistan, Nov. 1 as part of a U.S. funded construction project that is being overseen by the 935th Agri-Development Team. The team is the first of its kind in Afghanistan, and is comprised of National Guardsmen with backgrounds in the farming industry.  The success of this program is vital to the security of the Nangarhar province. (Photo by Air Force Capt. J. Elaine Hunnicutt)

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Air Force Capt. Michael Siebert, civil engineer, inspects the roof of a veterinary clinic in Jalalabad City, Afghanistan, Nov. 3.  He is part of the Nangarhar Provincial Reconstruction Team.  The PRT is made up of airmen and Soldiers from around the world and is charged with assisting the provincial government in improving security, governance and reconstruction.  His hometown is Tacoma, Wash. and he deployed from Mather Air Force Base, Calif. His parents are currently employed at Mildenhall Air Force Base, United Kingdom. (Photo by Air Force Capt. J. Elaine Hunnicutt)

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Army 1st Lt. Rhoda Young, civil affairs, passes out candy to children at the Hope of Mother School, a private school in Nangarhar province Nov. 3.  She is part of the Nangarhar Provincial Reconstruction Team.  The PRT is made up of airmen and Soldiers from around the world and is charged with assisting the provincial government in improving security, governance and reconstruction.  Her hometown is Battle Creek, Mich. (Photo by Air Force Capt. J. Elaine Hunnicutt)

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