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Afghans Learn to Fight Without Deadly Force

Afghan National Army Maj. Azizullah Aziz, Panjshir Operations Coordination Center-Provincial, holds down Afghan National Police Capt. Safat Ullah Sangee, OCC-P, during U.S. Army Combatives training Aug. 14 at the Panjshir OCC-P.



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This work, Afghans Learn to Fight Without Deadly Force [Image 3 of 3], by Capt. Jason Smith, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.14.2010

Date Posted:08.14.2010 15:29

Photo ID:309368

VIRIN:100814-F-#####-017

Resolution:1170x2100

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Location:AF

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  • Afghan National Army Maj. Azizullah Aziz, Panjshir Operations Coordination Center-Provincial, holds down Afghan National Police Capt. Safat Ullah Sangee, OCC-P, during U.S. Army Combatives training Aug. 14 at the Panjshir OCC-P.
  • Afghan National Army Maj. Azizullah Aziz, Panjshir Operations Coordination Center-Provincial, holds down Afghan National Police Capt. Safat Ullah Sangee, OCC-P, while U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Cornell (right), a Philadelphia native and member of the Task Force Wolverine Embedded Training Team with Provincial Reconstruction Team Panjshir, instructs Aziz through an interpreter. ANP trainers began learning U.S. Army Combatives techniques Aug. 14 so they can teach the skill to other ANP officers in each of the seven districts in the Panjshir province, Afghanistan.
  • Afghan National Police Capt. Safat Ullah Sangee, Panjshir Operations Coordination Center-Provincial, teaches a map and compass reading techniques class July 13. This class was the second day of Sangee’s three-day course at the Rokha Police Headquarters. Some of the things Sangee taught included how to use a protractor with a map, give grid coordinates, find grid coordinates, identify terrain features and measure distance between points.
  • Afghan National Police Capt. Safat Ullah Sangee, Panjshir Operations Coordination Center-Provincial, helps a Rokha District ANP member with map and compass reading techniques during a July 13 class. This class was the second day of Sangee’s three-day course at the Rokha Police Headquarters. Some of the things Sangee taught included how to use a protractor with a map, give grid coordinates, find grid coordinates, identify terrain features and measure distance between points.

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