Combined Action in the Khost-Gardez Pass

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ANP learn how to effectively police their community

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'Taliban hotel' destroyed

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Afghan citizens save American asset in Panjshir

PANJSHIR PROVINCE, Afghanistan –The adventure began on the cold, wintery morning, Dec. 10, deep in the Hindu Kush Mountains of the Panjshir valley in Afghanistan. The Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team Read more
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BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Acting in response to information, the New Zealand Kiwi Team 2 was able to recover a weapons cache in the Bamyan Province March 22. Among the munitions recovered were mortars, rockets, grenades, small arms rounds, detonating fuses, and anti-personnel mines. (U.S. Army photo) BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Acting in response to information, members of Kiwi Team 2 of the New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team in Bamyan province, Afghanistan, recovered a cache of weaponry, March 23.

Among the weapons found in the cache were 18 rocket propelled grenades, nine 107mm rockets, 112 grenade fuses and various motars and grenades. Also discovered were other small arms, ammunition, and equipment.

There are community safety lines across Afghanistan for citizens to report criminal activities and weapons caches to potentially receive rewards.

Those with information concerning a weapons cache should call the provincial community safety call-in lines:  Bamyan province: 079-925-3277, Parwan province: 079-825-9059 Panjshir province: 079-383-9591.
Citizens in other provinces should contact their local Afghan National Security Forces directly for the number in their area.


Last Updated on Thursday, 25 March 2010 11:58


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