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This newscast includes the following stories:
1. Police officers of the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Brigade Iraqi Federal Police teach other Iraqi policemen, as well as soldiers in the 45th Iraqi Army Brigade, at the Task Force Nissar Training Academy. The academy used to be taught by U.S. forces, but the Iraqi police now run the school and teach all the classes.
Interview: Deputy Commander of Task Force Nissar 1LT Ilyas Renwick.



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Date Taken:06.28.2010

Date Posted:06.28.2010

Category:Interviews

Audio ID:24952

Length:00:00:59

Filename:1006/DOD_100074475.mp3

Location:TASK FORCE NISSAR TRAINING ACADEMY

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