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Afghan air force accepts more O&M responsibility

U.S. Air Force Col. Benjamin Wham, Afghanistan Engineer District South commander, and Kandahar Air Wing vice commander Lt. Col. Mohammad Isreal exchange greetings July 7 at the 205th Air Corps Cantonment on Kandahar Airfield. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, together with the U.S. Air Force and ITT Exelis, trained and mentored the Afghans who will assume facility operations and maintenance responsibilities on the air wing cantonment.

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This work, Afghan air force accepts more O&M responsibility, by Karla Marshall, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.07.2012

Date Posted:07.09.2012 04:38

Photo ID:620403



Size:6.91 MB


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