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Peace and reintegration future in Afghan's hands

Afghan Peace and Reintegration Program re-integree and Afghan Local Police commander Abdul Samad speaks with Uruzgan Provincial Gov. Amir Mohammad Akhunzada during a key leader visit to Khas Uruzgan district Nov. 24, 2012. (U.S. Army Photo by 1st Lt. Cari Butler)



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This work, Peace and reintegration future in Afghan's hands [Image 5 of 13], by 1LT Cari Smith, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:11.24.2012

Date Posted:12.02.2012 04:01

Photo ID:792914

VIRIN:121124-A-LE995-680

Resolution:2418x1732

Size:2.95 MB

Location:TARIN KOWT, AFGlobe

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