201st Corps Commandos practice rescue operations

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Written by Bagram Media Center Saturday, 26 December 2009 11:50

KABUL, Afghanistan – One Soldier plays the role of a wounded civilian during a rescue operation scenario as a three-man commando team from 3rd Company, Commando Kandak (Battalion), carries him to safety during live-fire training at Pol-e-Charkhi in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 19. The commandos trained in a variety of scenarios and drills with both the M4 rifle and various heavy weapons. (Photo by Afghan National Army Sgt. Rahmudeen Nangarhari, 201st Corps Public Affairs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KABUL, Afghanistan – A three-man team from 3rd Company, Commando Kandak (Battalion), provides 360 degree security while a fourth Soldier plays the role of a wounded civilian during a rescue operation scenario at Pol-e-Charkhi in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 19. The commandos trained in a variety of scenarios and drills with both the M4 rifle and various heavy weapons, all of which used live ammunition. (Photo by Afghan National Army Sgt. Rahmudeen Nangarhari, 201st Corps Public Affairs)

 KABUL, Afghanistan – The commander of 3rd Company, Commando Kandak (Battalion), checks a Soldier’s M4 rifle during a qualification range at Pol-e-Charkhi in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 19. The commandos would later train in a variety of scenarios and drills with both the M4 rifle and various heavy weapons, all of which used live ammunition. (Photo by Afghan National Army Sgt. Rahmudeen Nangarhari, 201st Corps Public Affairs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KABUL, Afghanistan – A two-man commando team practices with an M240 during live-fire training at Pol-e-Charkhi in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 19. The 3rd Company, Commando Kandak (Battalion), trained in a variety of live-fire scenarios and drills with various heavy weapons and the M4 rifle. (Photo by Afghan National Army Sgt. Rahmudeen Nangarhari, 201st Corps Public Affairs)

 

KABUL, Afghanistan – Soldiers from 3rd Company, Commando Kandak (Battalion), fire from the kneeling position during a qualification range at Pol-e-Charkhi in Kabul, Afghanistan, Dec. 19. The commandos would later train in a variety of scenarios and drills with both the M4 rifle and various heavy weapons, all of which used live ammunition. (Photo by Afghan National Army Sgt. Rahmudeen Nangarhari, 201st Corps Public Affairs)

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