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PMT Marines Help Afghan Border Police Succeed

Marine 1st Lt. Colin Duffy, PMT platoon commander, and an Afghan border policeman talk with local villagers during a patrol west of Patrol Base Masood. The patrol was part of an effort to show local villagers that the ABP are here to take responsibility for the security of the surrounding villages.



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This work, PMT Marines Help Afghan Border Police Succeed [Image 2 of 2], by Cpl Daniel Flynn, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.16.2009

Date Posted:09.16.2009 12:05

Photo ID:204320

VIRIN:090916-M-#####-001

Resolution:3389x1777

Size:593.61 KB

Location:FORWARD OPERATING BASE DELHI, AFGlobe

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