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"Ghar" Mountain

Staff Sgt. Chris Galindo and Tech. Sgt. Catherine Carbullido both members of ISAF Joint Command climb "Ghar" a 1500 ft. mountain on Kabul Military Training Center in Kabul, Afghanistan, Aug. 20. Coalition members stationed around Kabul are using the challenge of climbing the mountain to improve their physical fitness.



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This work, "Ghar" Mountain [Image 1 of 3], by TSgt Joseph Swafford, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.20.2010

Date Posted:08.23.2010 03:24

Photo ID:311508

VIRIN:100820-F-#####-003

Resolution:1840x1224

Size:829.75 KB

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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