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Afghan EOD students complete counter IED excercise

Afghan Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal student Sgt. Zahidullah Khairkhwa (front) is dressed in a bomb suit by fellow classmate 1st Lt. Mohammed Naquib Sherzad during a training exercise at the Kabul Military Training Center, May 27. Afghan EOD students demonstrated their skills during a graded practical exercise in which they were tasked to render safe a command wire improvised explosive device while ensuring maximum safety and minimum damage to property. NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan is a coalition of 38 troop-contributing nations charged with assisting the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in generating a capable and sustainable Afghan National Security Force ready to take lead of their country's security by 2014. For more information about NTM-A, visit www.ntm-a.com



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This work, Afghan EOD students complete counter IED excercise [Image 1 of 5], by PO1 Chris Fahey, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.27.2012

Date Posted:05.29.2012 11:29

Photo ID:589722

VIRIN:120527-N-VN372-004

Resolution:2100x1500

Size:980.98 KB

Location:AF

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