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Helping Hands: The Test

10.28.2014

Helping Hands: The test

Story by Petty Officer 1st Class Patrick Gordon | Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Two Five (NMCB-25) | Date: 10.28.2014

On a desolate stretch of road in northeastern Afghanistan, Chief Steelworker (SCW) Kevin Cassidy and Builder 1st Class (SCW) Craig Lawrence contemplate a problem: how do you get a village full of civilians... Read More

Helping Hands: Reserve Seabees Prepare Afghan Engineers for the Future

10.28.2014

Helping Hands: Reserve Seabees prepare Afghan engineers for the future

Story by Petty Officer 1st Class Patrick Gordon | Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Two Five (NMCB-25) | Date: 10.28.2014

At Camp Ghazi, Afghanistan, history is being made. A new force within the Afghan National Army has been formed and is being trained by some of the best engineers the U.S. military has to offer: Navy Seabees. Read More

Helping Hands: Reserve Seabees Prepare Afghan Engineers for the Future

10.28.2014

Helping Hands: Reserve Seabees Prepare Afghan Engineers for the Future

Story by Petty Officer 1st Class Patrick Gordon | Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Two Five (NMCB-25) | Date: 10.28.2014

“Shipmates helping shipmates” is a common saying in the Navy. It describes the sense of obligation one has to their fellow Sailor and their future success. It’s a phrase that holds as much power on land as... Read More

Finding credibility through experience: Australian intel officer brings 30 years of intelligence experience to TAAC-South

10.28.2014

Finding credibility through experience: Australian intel officer brings 30 years of intelligence experience to TAAC-South

Story by Staff Sgt. Whitney Houston | U.S. Forces Afghanistan | Date: 10.28.2014

If one gains credibility through experience, Australian Maj. Mick Hahn, who serves as the intelligence deputy for Train Advise and Assist Command-South, Afghanistan, has credibility to spare. Read More

USACE hands over material testing certification to ABA

10.27.2014

USACE hands over material testing certification to ABA

Story by Spc. Ariel Solomon | U.S. Forces Afghanistan | Date: 10.27.2014

The Afghanistan Builders Association hit a benchmark with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as the authority to certify material testing laboratories passed from USACE to the ABA in Kabul, Oct. 27, 2014. Read More

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