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In Musahi Village there are routes where high volumes of insurgents pass. Because of this, an afghan police department was established in the area. Now, the Afghan National Police and coalition forces are able to give humanitarian aid to more than 500 residents. Air Force Tech Sgt. Rebecca Zannetti shows us how forces are working together.



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Date Taken:02.04.2011

Date Posted:02.04.2011

Category:Newscasts

Audio ID:26497

Length:00:01:27

Filename:1102/DOD_100124382.mp3

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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