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New Zealand soldiers of Task Unit Crib work non-stop in Bamyan

An American civilian carpenter known as "Cowboy", plays with three boys who live at the Samar Orphanage in Bamyan, June 22, 2012. Soldiers from the Bamyan Provincial Reconstruction Team, led by the New Zealand contingent, have been visiting the orphanage once a week for a decade.



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This work, New Zealand soldiers of Task Unit Crib work non-stop in Bamyan [Image 4 of 17], by SGT Ken Scar, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:06.22.2012

Date Posted:06.24.2012 06:35

Photo ID:610886

VIRIN:120622-A-ZU930-004

Resolution:2440x2848

Size:2.81 MB

Location:BAMYAN PROVINCE, AFGlobe

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