Afghanistan National Police Officers Graduate in Parwan

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Written by U.S Army Lt. Col Mike Brady Task Force Cyclone Public Affairs Friday, 08 January 2010 14:21

 

PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan— An Afghan National Policeman Mujahed reports to receive his certificate of completion from a police captain, Mohammad Aref, in Gorband village with members of Task Force Cyclone in Parwan province, Afghanistan, Jan 3. The ANP’s completed a 30 day immersion program with Task Force Gladius Soldiers of Company B, 82nd Airborne Division Special Troops Battalion. The immersion training helps prepare the ANP for law enforcement activities by providing them with realistic hands on training by mentors with the skills and background in law enforcement. (Photo by U.S. Army Lt. Col. Mike Brady, Task Force Cyclone, 38th Infantry Division Public Affairs)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan— 1st Lt. Samuel Drzewianowski, 1st Platoon leader with Task Force Gladius’ Company B, 82nd Airborne Division Special Troops Battalion, speaks to media about the success of the Afghan National Police officers while going through the immersion training in Gorband village in Parwan province, Afghanistan, Jan 3. The immersion training helped prepare the ANP for law enforcement activities by providing them with realistic hands on training by mentors with the skills and background in law enforcement. (Photo by U.S. Army Lt. Col. Mike Brady, Task Force Cyclone, 38th Infantry Division Public Affairs)PARWAN PROVINCE, Afghanistan—Lt. Col. Kelly Hammond, Task Force Cyclone, speaks to a group of Afghan National Police officers during a graduation ceremony in Shinwai, a village in Parwan province, Afghanistan, Jan 3. The ANP’s completed a 30 day immersion program with Task Force Gladius Soldiers of Company B, 82nd Airborne Division Special Troops Battalion. The immersion training helps prepare the ANP for law enforcement activities by providing them with realistic hands on training by mentors with the skills and background in law enforcement. “Your team is trained and ready to continue operations and move toward a bright future in this beautiful community. I look forward to our continued cooperation and shoulder-to-shoulder service” said Hammond. (Photo by U.S. Army Lt. Col. Mike Brady, Task Force Cyclone, 38th Infantry Division Public Affairs)

Last Updated on Friday, 08 January 2010 14:28