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AHRIMS helps ANSF upgrade personnel records

Afghan National Police Col. Bashir Ahmad Khoroosh, chief of the Afghan Human Resource Information Management System office in the General Directorate of Personnel walks out of the AHRIMS offices located at the Ministry of Interior in Kabul, Afghanistan, Nov. 6, 2013. As the ANSF expands and assumes the lead for the security of Afghanistan the organization of all personnel records is being upgraded with the use of the AHRIMS. A graduation ceremony for 123 AHRIMS course graduates was held at the Capital Training Center in Kabul, Nov. 7, 2013. The AHRIMS program expects to conduct its first iteration of Phase II training in March of 2014. The training will be a continuation for all Phase I AHRIMS graduates. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Richard Andrade, International Security Assistance Force HQ Public Affairs



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This work, AHRIMS helps ANSF upgrade personnel records [Image 3 of 8], by SSG Richard Andrade, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.06.2013

Date Posted:11.10.2013 10:00

Photo ID:1050032

VIRIN:131106-A-UO630-005

Resolution:2265x1500

Size:669.48 KB

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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