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BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Members of New Zealand’s Kiwi Team 2 recovered three caches of weaponry, March 6-8. The caches consisted of 15-107 mm rockets, 6-82 mm mortar rounds, 55 rocket propelled grenades, 122 hand grenades, 5 anti-personnel mines, 82 hand grenade fuses, 3 rocket propelled grenade fuses, 1 box of 14.5 mm rounds and 150-7.62 mm rounds. BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Members of New Zealand’s Kiwi Team 2 recovered three caches of weaponry, March 6-8.

The caches consisted of 15-107 mm rockets, 6-82 mm mortar rounds, 55 rocket propelled grenades, 122 hand grenades, 5 anti-personnel mines, 82 hand grenade fuses, 3 rocket propelled grenade fuses, 1 box of 14.5 mm rounds and 150-7.62 mm rounds.


Those who reported the caches to Coalition forces may receive money for their help in turning in the weapons. This is part of an on-going Department of Defense Reward Program. 

Also, there are community safety lines across Afghanistan for citizens to report criminal activities. 

Bamyan residents who would like to participate, should call 079-925-3277 and Parwan residents should call 079-825-9059.

Citizens in other provinces should contact their local Afghan National Security Forces directly for the number to report weapons or criminal activities in their area.

 

 

BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Members of New Zealand’s Kiwi Team 2 recovered three caches of weaponry, March 6-8. The caches consisted of 15-107 mm rockets, 6-82 mm mortar rounds, 55 rocket propelled grenades, 122 hand grenades, 5 anti-personnel mines, 82 hand grenade fuses, 3 rocket propelled grenade fuses, 1 box of 14.5 mm rounds and 150-7.62 mm rounds.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 March 2010 14:36
 

    

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