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BAGRAM, Afghanistan - Afghan National Security and coalition forces killed 14 enemies of Afghanistan, detained three suspected enemies of Afghanistan, discovered one weapons cache and found and safely cleared four improvised explosive devices during operations in eastern Afghanistan throughout the past 24 hours, June 21.

Ghazni province
Coalition Forces found and safely cleared three IEDs during operations in the Ghazni district.

Khowst province
Coalition Forces discovered one weapons cache containing 75 hand grenades, five mines, 300 rounds of small-caliber ammunition, one explosive vest, one police uniform, 65 pounds of homemade explosives and various IED making materiel during operations in the Khowst district.

Paktika province
Coalition Forces killed one enemy of Afghanistan during operations in the Bermal district.

Afghan National Security and coalition forces killed eight enemies of Afghanistan and detained three suspected enemies of Afghanistan during operations in the Gayan district. The suspects were transferred to a base for questioning.

Parwan province
Afghan National Security and coalition forces killed two enemies of Afghanistan and found and safely cleared one IED during operations in the Bagram district.

Wardak province
Coalition forces killed three enemies of Afghanistan during operations in the Sayed Abad district.


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Date Taken:06.22.2013

Date Posted:06.22.2013 01:08

Location:BAGRAM, AFGlobe

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