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Afghan Local Police training

An Afghan Local Police candidate holds his rifle over his head, waiting for a second chance to recite the steps to firing his AK-47 during a weapons fundamentals class in Kajran district, Daykundi province, Afghanistan, Jan. 12. The class is part of a three-week ALP training course that covers basic policing procedures, weapons handling and other skills necessary to protect and defend Afghan citizens and maintain stability in the region.



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This work, Afghan Local Police training [Image 15 of 32], by PO1 matthew leistikow, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:01.12.2012

Date Posted:01.16.2012 02:02

Photo ID:510251

VIRIN:120112-N-JC271-205

Resolution:1680x1118

Size:652.97 KB

Location:KAJRAN DISTRICT, AFGlobe

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