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BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Members of New Zealand’s Kiwi Team 5 of the Provincial Reconstruction Team recovered a cache of weaponry, April 1.

The cache consisted of one rocket propelled grenade, three rifles, three mines, one unknown object, and 1,500 rounds of ammunition.


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.

 

BAMYAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan – Members of New Zealand’s Kiwi Team 5 of the Provincial Reconstruction Team uncovered a cache of weaponry, April 1. The cache included one rocket propelled grenade, three rifles, , three mines, an unknown object and 1,500 rounds of ammunition. As part of a way of to add to security in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense’s Rewards Programs encourages Afghan participation in helping to find weapons caches and reporting of suspicious and criminal activities.(courtesy photo)

 

 

Last Updated on Friday, 02 April 2010 01:53
 

    

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