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Operation in Nawah-ye Saraj

An Afghan coalition security force arrested a Taliban improvised device cell leader during an operation in Nawah-ye Saraj district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, Sept. 7, 2012. The detained IED cell leader was responsible for the construction, movement and emplacement of explosives and roadside bombs through Nawah-ye Saraj. In addition, the Taliban leader directed specific attacks against Afghan and coalition convoys.



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This work, Operation in Nawah-ye Saraj [Image 10 of 17], by SPC Corey Potts, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.07.2012

Date Posted:10.20.2012 09:15

Photo ID:763803

VIRIN:120907-A-VF577-063

Resolution:800x533

Size:262.99 KB

Location:NAWAH-YE SARAJ DISTRICT, AF

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